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November 29, 2016updated 19 Jul 2022 10:41am

Accenture’s High Velocity Talent helps in improving digitally enabled HR

The solution can help clients in speeding up time to value, while increasing return on investment.

By CBR Staff Writer

Accenture said that its High Velocity Talent and HR solution for SAP SuccessFactors Human Capital Management (HCM) Suite is now gaining popularity and is being implemented across several industries at lower cost and higher flexibility.

Accenture’s High Velocity Talent and HR solution offer standardisation in implementing core modules of SuccessFactors rapidly and efficiently. It has end-to-end project deliverables needed to support all aspects SuccessFactors’ implementation lifecycle.

Business processes in High Velocity Talent are claimed to have been configured for ready-to-use, so they can be implemented in three months of time. HR functions can be moved quickly onto the cloud while speeding up time to value and can boost the return on investment.

High Velocity Talent and HR has been designed to help clients with easy modification of scope by including add-ons to requirements, while reducing risk with a highly predictive solution.

According to the company, at present there are more than 10 clients across the US, Canada and several countries in Europe in several industries such as chemicals, energy, oil & gas and consumer goods that are using High Velocity Talent and HR solutions to fully implement SAP SucessFactors, quickly and at lower cost.

One of Accenture’s clients FirstEnergy in the US, implemented SuccessFactors Learning Management Systems in February this year.

With this implementation, users now can get a unified learning experience aligned with their job. On the other hand, management can take informed decisions on learning planning for the organisation.

FirstEnergy also implemented SuccessFactors Performance and Goals Management and Succession Planning in April with the help of High Velocity Talent and HR.

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Another client of Accenture, TNT, a courier delivery services company with 58,000 employees, operating in 61 countries had implemented SAP SuccessFactors Learning Management Solution with the help of High Velocity Talent and HR.

TNT global learning director Malcolm Pickup said: “Accenture’s High Velocity Talent and HR solution helped us take a more strategic approach to human resources and human capital management.

“Working with Accenture and SAP, we were able to turn a potentially complex and time-consuming project into a successful initiative that aligns our human resources processes with our business goals.”

Recently, Accenture updated its solution to include new functionality in several other SuccessFactors modules such as Employee Central, Learning Management, Recruiting Management, Performance and Goals Management, Succession Planning, Compensation and Variable Pay and Jam.

This updated solution has now been integrated with Accenture Clone and Test for Cloud and HR Audit and Compliance Tool.

Accenture SuccessFactors business managing director and lead Arvind Mathur said: “Digital technology is disrupting corporate human resources functions in a positive way, opening up new opportunities that require collaboration, insight, agility and speed to implementation.

“Our High Velocity Talent and HR solution for SAP SuccessFactors helps companies shift the focus from configuration and transactional activities to strategic and performance-enhancing HR activities that are critical for business success.”

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