Number of SAP SuccessFactors Performance & Goals solution reaches 5,000
SAP SE is glad to announce that the number of SAP SuccessFactors Performance & Goals solution customers has reached 5,000 with more than 300 new customers having came into line during the first half of 2019. The new clients include Arrocera Los Corrales S.A. (ALCSA), CLAAS Group, Constructora EBCO S.A., Compartamos Banco and TÜV Rheinland Group.
“Organizations are realizing that accurately tracking workforce goals and performance is vital for both employee happiness and achieving business objectives,” commented SAP SuccessFactors President Greg Tomb.
“SAP SuccessFactors Performance & Goals makes this possible and easy, with its simple-to-use cloud-based foundation. Today, over 5,000 leading companies around the world have chosen SAP SuccessFactors Performance & Goals to help them focus on what’s truly important — their people.”
Kongsberg Automotive is among SAP clients
It has come to light that Kongsberg Automotive has implemented SAP SuccessFactors solutions for human capital management (HCM). The company is aiming to modernize its human resources (HR) processes across the whole organization globally.
The solutions have already been implemented in 19 countries all over the world. The company is busy aligning its HR processes with its overall organizational strategy.
“Kongsberg Automotive is making an impact on the daily lives of drivers,” SAP SuccessFactors President Greg Tomb commented. “SAP SuccessFactors solutions are helping the company recruit the right talent, train employees properly and deliver an exceptional, integrated HR user experience.”
SAP opens a new Berlin location in 2022
SAP SE chose Berlin as a new location for expanding its presence in the capital of Germany. The officials highlight the importance of the capital region as a perfect place for dialogue with clients, politicians, and startups. With the new campus SAP is planning to strengthen several technology areas including artificial intelligence, machine learning and blockchain.
The company says that in the next few years, it is going to invest over €200 million into building a campus near Berlin central station, the move to which is planned for end of 2022. The campus is supposed to place about 1,200 employees with more than 30,000 square meters in “Quartier Heidestrasse,” also called Europacity.
“SAP loves Berlin,” explains SAP Chief Technology Officer and Berliner by choice, Juergen Mueller. “The capital and its tech ecosystem cannot be overlooked by us and our clients. This applies to the innovations of the future as well as to Berlin’s location as an important job market. Berlin, like no other capital, has a strong appeal beyond Europe.”