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4 responses to “SAP/SuccessFactors — Help Me Count The HRM Codebases”

  1. SAP’s M&A Strategy: the Key to a Successful SuccessFactors Acquisition. | EAConsult

    [...] look easy. As ably pointed out by the grande dame of HRMS, Naomi Bloom. SAP is sitting on a virtual hairball of HRMS code bases and products. Adding SuccessFactors to the tune of $3.4 billion should put the onus on SAP to figure out this [...]

  2. SAP and SuccessFactors Acquisition Q&A

    [...] Naomi Bloom - SAP/SuccessFactors — Help Me Count The HRM Codebases [...]

  3. Jerzy Kowalski

    Yes, lot’s of Code to manage. But different audiences are addressed.

    With SaaS it’s the vendor who needs to deal with complexity.
    With on-premise software the customers are forced to deal with it.

  4. SAP’s M&A Strategy: the Key to a Successful SuccessFactors Acquisition.

    [...] look easy. As ably pointed out by the grande dame of HRMS, Naomi Bloom. SAP is sitting on a virtual hairball of HRMS code bases and products. Adding SuccessFactors to the tune of $3.4 billion should put the onus on SAP to figure out this [...]