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SAP signs on as WorkForce Software reseller

13 Aug 15

Cloud-based workforce management vendor WorkForce Software has inked a global reseller agreement with SAP.

The deal will see SAP reselling the Time and Attendance, Advanced Scheduler and Absence Compliance Tracker components of WorkForce’s EmpCenter workforce management suite, under the name SAP Time and Attendance Management by WorkForce Software.

SAP says the deal adds a ‘robust, cloud-based workforce management solution’ to its portfolio, complementing its core human resources and global payroll solutions.

Mike Ettling, SAP president HR line of business, says customers moving to the cloud demand choice and flexibility in the platforms and vendors they work with, allowing them to maintain their investments in what works well today and to evolve as they grow.

“By offering SAP Time and Attendance Management integrated with SAP Success Factors Employee Central and SAP SuccessFactors Employee Central Payroll, some of the most flexible core HR products available, we can help an ever-growing number of enterprise customers overcome the challenges often associated with workforce management.”

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