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SuccessFactors License Expert

Job Title: SuccessFactors License Expert
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Surrey
Salary: Open
Start Date: End of April
Duration: 6 weeks initial
REF: sapsuccess180417_1492533489
Contact Name: Amy Harris
Contact Email:
Job Published: 4 months ago

Job Description

I am urgently looking for a SAP SuccessFactor License Expert for a 6 week+ contract based in Surrey

The Client signed an agreement with SuccessFactors before they were acquired by SAP.

They have good commercial terms but the licencse entitlements we have in their agreements have been changed by SAP.

As a consequence they now face a challenge of agreeing usage rights with SAP and have inconsistency in reporting.
They need a SuccessFactor / SAP license expert to deliver the following:
* Review the usage mainly in the USA but also UK and Japan
* Agree a new license baseline by country of entitlement versus usage.
* Agree a common set of license entitlements which commercially doesn't disadvantage the client but is agreeable to SAP.
* Create a simple model to measure the usage as new countries start to deploy SuccessFactors
* Set up a reporting process in line with SAP procedures .

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