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Organisations need to gear up now for some significant changes to SAP HR/ Payroll taking effect in the coming financial year. Peter Stulcbauer highlights the changes you should be aware of.
The mining boom doesn’t just reward resources companies – organisations in associated fields such as engineering, construction and professional services also reap the benefits of an uptick in activity. Michael Maslen, industry principal – engineering, construction and operations, discussed why these sectors are an emerging area of focus for SAP ANZ.
In July, Andrew Barkla took up the role of president and
managing director of SAP ANZ, left vacant by Tim Ebbeck earlier in the
year. Barkla joined SAP from senior regional roles at Unisys and
PeopleSoft. He spoke with Freya Purnell about what’s on his agenda for
the next 12 months, the challenges ahead for SAP, and the role of the
ecosystem in helping SAP ANZ double in size by 2015.