In this blog post, I'll be covering Configuration and Customization as the next critical factor of SAP payroll. In previous blog posts I covered Data Integrity and Integration.
I believe there are four major areas of configuration and customization, all of which can be accomplished using standard SAP functionality.
SAP Project (transactioncodeSPRO)
Implementation Guide (IMG)
Schemas (tcode PE01)
Rules (tcode PE02)
Features (tcode PE03)
Beyond those major areas, we can get a better understanding of how things are working or enhance how payroll processes using tcode PE04 to review or customize Operations and ...
In my last blog post, I identified Data Integrity as the first of 10 most critical factors of SAP Payroll. Continuing with this blog series, now we'll cover how integration is critical to SAP Payroll.
Integration occurs throughout the SAP payroll process by way of table configuration, schemas and rules, HR master data and configuration, employee time entry, Finance and Controlling master data, Accounts Payable configuration and master data, and interfaces to partners both before and after. There are many other integration points that ...
In last week’s blog post, we introduced our blog series about the 10 most critical factors of SAP payroll. This week, we will cover the first critical factor: Data Integrity.
Data integrity in payroll is a fundamental requirement due to the sensitive nature of what is being accomplished. Payroll is processed at a point in time with the expectation that incoming data is factual and complete.
The most straight forward and probably the best definition is from Thomas McRae in The Impact of ...
SAP Payroll can be a complex and unwieldy system when not methodically implemented and maintained. The SAP Payroll business processes can be accurate and efficient when the 10 most critical factors are considered and understood by those implementing, maintaining, and performing business processes. When it comes to configuring, processing, and administering payroll, small details can have big ramifications.
This 10 blog post series will dive into the most critical business, strategy, and technical topics every payroll professional must weigh carefully in order to avoid ...
Omaha, Nebraska – December 14, 2014 – Mike Timm of ICG is proud to announce that he will present at SAPinsider’s HR 2015 conference. The event takes place at the Bellagio in Las Vegas, March 3-5, 2015. Attend to learn proven methods for continuously improving and transforming key HR processes.
Please be sure to check out these sessions:
Field-tested strategies to avoid or overcome the most common and costly payroll and time-related challenges
Integrating payroll with accounting (FI/CO) and benefits: Configuration guidelines and best practices to reduce complexity
Managing payroll claims, ...
In our September posts, we talked about how to get the most out of attending a seminar and using social media to enhance the seminar experience. On December 8-10, a seminar will be held in Las Vegas for optimizing payroll in SAP.
All three speakers from the Philadelphia and Chicago seminars are excited to be in Las Vegas for the third and final seminar. They’ll bring their depth of knowledge and experience with business process, configuration, and technical to share the smallest ...
SAP HCM and payroll expert Mike Timm took readers' questions on year-end payroll in SAP, as well as questions on BSI 10, and streamlining payroll in your SAP systems.
Review all the discussion in this one-hour online chat with Mike Timm of Integrated Consulting Group, a featured speaker at SAPinsider's annual HR event
View the chat replay for all of Mike's tips and discussion on SAP Payroll and preparing for year-end, and read the edited transcript Streamline Year-End Payroll and Processes: Q&A with ...
In a September post, we talked about how to get the most out of attending a seminar. On November 17-19 in Chicago, SAPinsider will present Optimizing Payroll in SAP, which is the preeminent seminar for HR, payroll, and time specialists seeking to derive maximum value and efficiency from existing SAP ERP HCM payroll systems.
The speakers from the Philadelphia payroll seminar in October will be reprising their roles in Chicago. They all bring vast amounts of experience and knowledge and plan to ...