HR Expert Explains Indirect Assignment of Authorizations in SAP ERP HCM

Dedham, MA (PressExposure) February 14, 2012 -- This article focuses on how to implement position-based authorizations in your organization. Author Prashant Rastogi remarks, "A position-based authorization approach (also called indirect assignment) is predicated on the fact that positions stay with companies, while employees may not. Therefore, by basing a job on the position rather than on the employee, companies can reduce maintenance and ensure that their security needs are met." The article goes on to examine instructions for implementing position-based authorizations, and lists considerations for methods of implementation.

Bob Croce, product director of SAPexperts comments, "SAP ERP HCM is an effective way for firms with a strong focus on HR to manage position based authorizations."

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About the Author: Prashant Rastogi works at Accenture as an SAP HCM Team Lead. He has been working in SAP ERP HCM for the past seven years in various assignments. Prashant has experience in implementing ESS, MSS, ECM, Performance Management, Succession Planning, Talent Management, OM, PA, and Nakisa. Prashant has an MBA (HR) along with a Master's in Law and Labour Welfare. He is also an engineer in IT.

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