SAP SuccessFactors Onboarding 2.0 Learn the new SAP SuccessFactors Onboarding 2.0!Explore the functionality designed for new hires, their managers or colleagues, and their HR administrators
Onboarding 2.0 shares shares core data structure and a database model with the entire SuccessFactors suite. This gives you direct access to use many of the same functionalities and objects from Foundation and EC. Most notable is the use of the Business Rule Engine for tailoring processes to client-specific needs as well as Meta-Data Framework (MDF) objects used to gather data directly in the core of the suite.
The Super Admin persona will no longer be required for ONB 2.0. There will be minimal configuration in SuccessFactors provisioning, as most of all configurations will be accessible via SAP SuccessFactors Admin Center.
MDF objects are used for any ONB 2.0 custom data collection fields. Personal Information data collection will use the EC developed MDF objects.
ONB 2.0 uses Email Services.
Document Center is an ONB 1.0 storage system which will not be included with ONB 2.0. Instead the Document Management Service in HCM platform is used for ONB 2.0.
Yes, customers can use SAP Signature Management by DocuSign especially to support digital transactions and advanced use cases with the need of an e-signature. With this, an additional license is required.
Adobe Lifecycle Designer (ALD) for SAP is available to SuccessFactors customers at no charge.
A demo instance will be available Q1 in 2020.
ONB 2.0 is entirely based on SAP SuccessFactors HCM Suite (EC, MDF, Rules, etc.). HCM instances are needed, and you typically get three instances – Test, Preview, and Production. A separate instance as with KMS/ONB 1.0 is not required.
Beginning December 9, 2019, the certification exam (C_THR97) is live.
The new Onboarding 2.0 Associate Certification will be available via the SAP Certification Hub.If a consultant does not have one, they can purchase a subscription for ~$550.
The SAP CitC subscription is valid for 12 months. Each user has up to six exam attempts, with a maximum of three attempts for each version of the exam. If a consultant fails the exam three times, he/she must wait until the new exam version becomes available.
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