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Recommended Implementation Sequence for Success Factors Employee Central Project

Recommended Implementation Sequence for Success Factors Employee Central Project

This is the recommended implementation sequence for Partners and Consultants. These steps are strongly recommend that to follow this sequence for the first few implementations and discuss any variations with your Team Lead.

Steps Detailed Information
Step 1: Setting Up a New Account in Provisioning Initial Configuration Tasks
This section describes the steps to get started with your implementation, including the different options you need to select in Provisioning to enable Employee Central.
Step 2: Creating the Super Admin Initial Configuration Tasks
The section How do you create the Super Admin describes the different steps required to create the Super Admin.
Step 3: Defining the Corporate Data Model Corporate Data Model
This section describes how to set up the Corporate Data Model for your customer.
Step 4: Defining the Country/Region-Specific Corporate Data Model Country/Region-Specific Data Models
This section describes how to set up the Country/Region-Specific Corporate Data Models for your customer.
Step 5: Setting up MDF Foundation Objects MDF Foundation Objects
These sections describe how you can configure your MDF FOs and custom GOs. These sections also describe how you can set up the country/region-specific configurations for MDF Foundation Objects.
Step 6: Configuring the Succession Data Model Succession Data Model (for Employee Central)
This section describes how to set up the Succession Data Model for your customer. If you have defined associations in steps 3 and 4, make sure that you update the field criteria in the Succession Data Model.
Step 7: Configuring the Country/Region-Specific Succession Data Models Country/Region-Specific Data Models
This section describes how to set up Country/Region-Specific Corporate and Succession Data Models for your customer.
Step 8: Importing the Picklist Introduction to Picklists
This section describes how to import the different values that a customer sees when they click a dropdown menu. It also provides information on MDF picklists and cascading picklists.
Step 9: Creating Foundation Objects Introduction to Foundation Objects
This section describes what foundation objects are including how you can define them.
Optional: Configuring Position Management Employee Central Position Management
This guide explains how to set up position management in Employee Central. If you plan on using position management, then it should be set up before creating business rules since many business rules and event/workflow derivation are based off of Position Management configuration (sync, position change, and on).
Step 10: Configuring Business Rules Business Rules in Employee Central
This section describes how to set up the different rules for your system.
Step 11: Creating Event-Reason Derivation Rules Event Reason Derivation Business Rules
This section describes how to set up the different rules. Depending on the attributes that change, the system automatically determines the rule to apply.
Step 12: Creating Workflow Derivation Rules Implementing and Configuring Workflows in Employee Central guide in the SAP Help Portal.
This guide describes what workflows are, when to use them, and how to set them up.
Step 13: Setting Role-Based Permissions Permissions for Employee Central
This section describes which permissions are specific to Employee Central and how you manage them.
Please refer to the Role-Based Permissions guide on the SAP Help Portal for details on how to set up permission roles, permission groups, and permission assignments.
Step 14: Importing Employee Data Employee Central Imports
This guide describes everything you need to know about importing employee data.
Step 15: HRIS Sync Human Resource Information System (HRIS) Synchronization
This section describes how you can sync data from Employee Central to other modules.
Step 16: Setting up Leave of Absence You need to set up Time Off to use leave of absence. Note that you need to decide first whether you want to use leave of absence as standalone or together with other Time Off features. Depending on this decision, the setup varies.
You can find more information about how to set up leave of absence in the Implementing Employee Central Time Off guide on the SAP Help Portal.
Optional: Setting Up Payment Information Employee Central Payment Information
This guide explains how to set up the MDF-based payment information for users in the system.
Optional: Setting Up People Profile People Profile
This guide explains how to set up the People Profile in your instance.
Optional: Setting Up Global Assignments Implementing and Configuring Global Assignments in Employee Central
This guide explains how to set up global assignments in Employee Central.
Optional: Setting Up Concurrent Employment Implementing and Configuring Concurrent Employment in Employee Central
This guide explains how to set up concurrent employment in Employee Central.
Optional: Setting Up Contingent Workforce Contingent Workforce Management
This guide explains how to set up contingent workers in Employee Central.
Optional: Setting Up Document Generation Employee Central Document Generation
This guide explains how to set up document generation in Employee Central.
Optional: Setting Up Employee Central Advanced Reporting https://help.sap.com/viewer/7acb210c5f7f47aea70754cb158d2951/latest/en-US
This guide explains how to set up standard reports for the different areas in Employee Central.
Optional: Setting Up Mobile SAP SuccessFactors Mobile Deployment Guide.
This guide describes how to set up & use Employee Central on your mobile devices.
Optional: Setting Up Employee Central Payroll Employee Central Payroll using Point-to-Point Integration
This guide describes how to set up Employee Central Payroll.
Note
If you want to have the same IDs in the Employee Central and Employee Central Payroll systems, we recommend that you use numeric employee IDs in Employee Central, because the PERNR is numeric in Employee Central Payroll. Therefore, an alphanumeric ID cannot be used across all processes in the Employee Central Payroll system.

 

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