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Nexus Suite provides
The Nexus Suite was a key element to the success of our project. Saving us many months of effort by avoiding the need to reconfigure payroll from scratch, removing the need for data manipulation and cleansing, all while allowing us to retain our full payroll history, it allowed us to easily make the transition from our SAP On-Premise payroll to the Employee Central Payroll cloud solution and a reimplementation of the core SuccessFactors module with speed and a high degree of oversight through the visibility the tool affords with its auditing and reporting.
The Nexus Suite HCM Data Replication Module now allows the Bureau to quickly copy PA and PD data, on an individual or organisational level: this capability has assisted in the rapid resolution of payroll issues as well as been a invaluable tool in this organisation’s support pack and regression testing analysis. I now regard the HCM Data Replication Module as being an integral part of the Bureau’s SAP HR landscape.
With Nexus we have been able to take payroll extracts from all countries and tailor the inbound interface into our ECC6 SAP HR environment. The HCM Gateway Modules ‘executables’ are configured, by our functional resources, account for country, SAP specific fields, values, numbers, symbols, etc. We don’t know how we could have completed this without Nexus. It is a unique tool and will transform any organisations data integration requirements.
If it wasn’t for the Nexus Suite and its ease of use and sophistication the HR Assist project wouldn’t have been anywhere near the success that it was.