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by Deepankar Maitra, Senior Manager, Accenture August 25, 2016
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Deepankar Maitra discusses the different parts in a SuccessFactors talent-process chain in which competency plays a role. Once you understand the interrelationships of this attribute, its characteristics can be catalogued into a single unified process.


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by Raghavendran Parthasarathy, Principal Consultant, Hexaware Technologies September 16, 2014
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Raghavendran Parthasarathy shows how to configure company-specific employee service agreement bonds in standard SAP ERP HCM with this easy method.


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Don’t miss this opportunity to hear Deepankar Maitra, Senior Manager, Accenture, discuss one of his most widely read HR articles from SAPexperts. Learn how to measure the effectiveness of an SAP screen using the example of SAP’s time writing application user interface on the portal. Also learn about the improvements recently provided by SAP with the latest version of Cross-Application Time Sheet.

This is a video of his SAPexperts LIVE presentation at HR 2013, in Las Vegas.


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by Deepankar Maitra, Senior Manager, Accenture October 24, 2012
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Deepankar Maitra shows how to make SAP ERP HCM report selections dynamic, allowing users to create report variants that adjust themselves based on events and conditions. .


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by Deepankar Maitra, Senior Manager, Accenture February 28, 2012
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Do you want to measure the effectiveness of an SAP screen? Using the example of SAP’s time writing application user interface on the portal learn how you can achieve this. Also,learn about SAP's improvements to latest version of CATS.


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by Deepankar Maitra, Senior Manager, Accenture April 8, 2011
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Learn how to write dynamic actions to automatically create records and quickly identify and resolve HR infotype debugging issues that can sometimes occur.


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by Deepankar Maitra, Senior Manager, Accenture March 31, 2010
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Learn how to complete acceptance testing for an SAP payroll system using an optimized approach that guarantees a thorough review before project acceptance. Learn to better define tasks, remove duplications, facilitate investigations of errors, and document the testing performed with a higher degree of efficiency.

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by Manuel Gallardo, SAP HR System Architect April 15, 2007
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Make the most of the user exits in Cross-Application Time Sheet (CATS) with these expert tips.

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by Martin Gillet, SAP HR Consultant, Cogilius bvba March 15, 2007
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This overview of Cross-Application Time Sheet (CATS) introduces you to the tool, describes its features and functions, and offers tips for configuring and using CATS.

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by Deepankar Maitra, Senior Manager, Accenture November 15, 2005
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A good cutover plan is as important as a good overall project plan. Get real-world tips on how to execute a flawless go-live.

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by Deepankar Maitra, Senior Manager, Accenture October 15, 2004
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Designing authorization roles for a Cross-Application Time Sheet (CATS) implementation can be made simpler by an understanding of three major role types. The author presents strategies for setting up these roles using the examples of the general user, the central timekeeper, and the supervisor.

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by Deepankar Maitra, Senior Manager, Accenture April 15, 2004
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When tracking target hours using the Cross-Application Time Sheet system (CATS), it is impossible to know whether an employee worked a day, evening, night, or holiday shift. This information can be a vital part of determining overtime pay or shift bonuses. The author shares a convention he developed to display shift information by enabling a CATS user exit.

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by Deepankar Maitra, Senior Manager, Accenture May 15, 2003
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The problem of employees who are remunerated at multiple rates is not new. To deal with it, the author proposes a model using R/3's standard HR Personnel Administration (PA), Cross Application Time Sheet system (CATS), and Organizational Management (OM).