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Title: SAP Employee File Management
Published by: Athol Hill, StoneBridge Systems
Abstract: During 2009 and 2010, SAP has added a variety of Open Text products to the SAP pricelist. All of these products are focussed on providing business solutions for SAP and in most cases, Open Text have provided solutions designed to meet a specific customer requirement rather than just provide a generic enterprise content management (ECM) solution. SAP Employee File Management (EFM) is not a new product in the Open Text suite however this product was only recently introduced to SAP’s price list. The product provides a solution to help customer meet requirements for managing their employee documents and to try address the shortcomings provided in standard SAP.
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