Hopefully you’ve already heard exciting news about the recent SAP Payroll Processing enhancements, namely the SAP Payroll control center add-on, which will shortly generally available as part of the HR Renewal 2.0. Frans Smolders wrote a few great blogs about the topic (see de-clustering or Payroll control center add-on). If you didn’t have a chance to read these posts, now is a perfect time because SAP Payroll control center add-on is making its first appearance in Orlando at the SAP America’s User Group and Sapphire annual conference. 

You will have an opportunity to see a live demo and get familiar with SAP roadmap for innovating payroll end-to-end processing on Wednesday, June 4th at 1:45 pm at session 1807 SAP Suite on HANA: Payroll Control Center – Johnson & Johnson and SAP Journey Innovating End-to-End Payroll Processinghttp://sessioncatalog.sapevents.com/go/agendabuilder.sessions/?l=80&sid=14477_40068&locale=en_US in room S330B: S. Concourse, L3.

The Johnson & Johnson team will share their experience on being co-innovation partners, conducting testing, and implementing the Payroll control center add-on. You learn what strategy the team used to gather the requirements for
Payroll control center and what benefits they expect from implementation.

Your payroll experience will not stop there. The following day you can get an introduction to Payroll control center for Payroll Process Manager that will become a new HANA-based Payroll Workbench. This session 1712 SAP Payroll on HANA: Payroll Control Center Influence Council is in room S330A: S. Concourse, L3. SAP plans to deliver this functionality with HR Renewal 2.0 Feature Pack 1. SAP Product and Development is looking for the wide customer feedback. During this session the participants will get the first look at enhanced user experience with a consumer-grade UI. We want to have a discussion that helps to determine and prioritize common business requirements, use cases,and user interface requirements. So embrace the challenge and come to learn and share your thoughts!

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