Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Unifies People Data at 134 Companies with SAP SuccessFactors
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The leadership at Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) wanted more insight into their employees, and more consistent reporting on their HR functions. The goal was to create a more unified human resources approach across the more 170 companies and 90,000 employees under its umbrella. MHI turned to SAP SuccessFactors Employee Central as its core HR system to provide the employee system of record and SAP SuccessFactors talent modules to standardize key processes such as recruiting, onboarding, performance management, development, and succession for every company.
“You have to think about what metrics you want and what data feeds those metrics, and is that data being used efficiently and consistently across the globe or not?” Beccy Casasent, Senior Director of HR Operations at MHI Shared Services America, says.
Read this article and learn:
- How the company standardized HR systems globally with SAP SuccessFactors.
- Why project was rolled out in waves across 134 companies.
- The impact of support from partners such as IBM and internal leadership to help MHI align with IT with business needs and save money.