SAP HCM Pros and Cons

SAP HCM Pros

AhmedAbdelhady
Executive Manager & CO. Founder at Phoenix Consulting
HCM is a very important module that each organization should want to use. It will help any organization to calculate and control the cost of their human resources.
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reviewer1194150
Consultant at a consultancy
The most valuable feature, in my view, is the level of exceptions or error messages that come back when something goes wrong.
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Porsche D'Oliveira
Specialist SAP Division at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
The integration between the different models like personnel administration, work management, payroll, and time management are the most valuable and key features.
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LangfordMunthali
Owner at Simply HR
The master data where most of the reports were run from was the most valuable. We were quite satisfied with this module.
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reviewer1199859
SAP HCM/FICO Team lead at a transportation company with 1,001-5,000 employees
All of the core processes are very valuable aspects of the solution. These include personnel, administration, organizational structure, and payroll.
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HeHR893021
Head HRM Technology at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees
We have managed to consolidate our payroll for all India operations on this platform.
Customers can create custom infotypes to store any custom data points.
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reviewer1155018
Consultant Application Manager at a energy/utilities company with 5,001-10,000 employees
The stability of the solution is good.
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reviewer772467
SAP Consultant at a university with 201-500 employees
The user interface is the solution's most valuable feature. It makes it easy for us to use.
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SAP HCM Cons

AhmedAbdelhady
Executive Manager & CO. Founder at Phoenix Consulting
SAP now does the most innovation for the cloud solution and less innovation for the on-premises client.
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reviewer1194150
Consultant at a consultancy
It takes a long time to apply an update patch to the system.
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Porsche D'Oliveira
Specialist SAP Division at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
On the personnel administration side, it's very difficult to do custom development.
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LangfordMunthali
Owner at Simply HR
It is a bit tedious and manual to work with.
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reviewer1199859
SAP HCM/FICO Team lead at a transportation company with 1,001-5,000 employees
The organizational structure visualization could be improved in future releases. The solution has a very poor interface.
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HeHR893021
Head HRM Technology at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees
System usability is a challenge.
It needs a lot of end user training as it is not intuitive at all.
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reviewer1155018
Consultant Application Manager at a energy/utilities company with 5,001-10,000 employees
SAP is not ready to sell the license on time and delays the progress of projects. It's better to work with a competitor like Oracle. Those that are selling the product just go through powerpoints and don't have the knowledge necessary to sell. They can't answer any questions.
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reviewer772467
SAP Consultant at a university with 201-500 employees
The implementation of the solution can be a bit difficult. They should make it easier. If it could be as simple as the SuccessFactors implementation that would be ideal.
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