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The number of decision-makers in human resources (HR) who say employee experience (EX) is the most important aspect of their HR strategy has nearly tripled over the last two years

"The results were published in a new study from Forrester Consulting LLC commissioned by SAP (NYSE: SAP), Qualtrics, an SAP company, and EY. Likewise, budget for EX has almost doubled over the same time period, from 6% to 11% and is expected to increase to 16% within two years.

Employee experience is at an inflection point as organizations look to support an increasingly remote workforce while maintaining culture, flexibility and productivity. Still, most EX initiatives remain relatively immature, according to the 'Close the Employee Experience Gap' study, which surveyed 900 HR decision-makers and 900 full-time employees. Organizational silos, lack of executive support, inconsistent measurement, dispersed data and misalignments between HR departments and employees leave room for improvement in creating EX initiatives that drive lasting change..."


SAP Ariba solutions replaced Flint Group's manual procure-to-pay processes, which required individual purchase orders for each supplier.

"SAP SE announced that Flint Group, one of the largest suppliers of inks, digital printing presses and other products to the printing and packaging industry, centralized and digitalized its indirect materials and services procurement processes with SAP Ariba solutions. As a result, the company has increased efficiency, reduced costs and gained greater control over its spend.

SAP Ariba solutions replaced Flint Group's manual procure-to-pay processes, which required individual purchase orders for each supplier. With a single, unified platform in the cloud, the company standardized its purchasing process enterprise-wide and made buying, invoicing and accounting easier and more transparent for employees, suppliers, managers and accounts payable..."


SAP SE said that entertainment retailer Virgin Megastore, motorcycle manufacturer Sundiro Honda and Chinese hotel supply-chain platform GPP have selected the SAP Commerce Cloud solution to deliver world-class e-commerce experiences to their customers

"SAP Commerce Cloud, part of the SAP Customer Experience portfolio, helps business innovate to deliver exceptional omnichannel buying experiences with a cloud-native e-commerce solution. With consumers demanding personalized shopping and attentive customer service, SAP Commerce Cloud provides a seamless process, from search to sale, for a smooth shopping experience..."

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