The SAP HCM Insights Podcast is from a group of industry experts who discuss all the current trends and topics important to SAP and SuccessFactors HCM clients and consultants. We have a core group and will invite others to join our discussions along the way. Listen to the podcasts here on the site or subscribe via RSS, iTunes, SoundCloud and LinkedIn (click below to subscribe):
Meet the Podcast Team
Steve is Managing Partner at Insight Consulting Partners and has worked with SAP HR/Payroll since 1993. Focusing on core-HR and HRIS Project Management he has worked with all sizes and types of companies. In addition to being a founding member of the advisory board and contributing author at the HR Expert newsletter from SAP Insider he also presents at SAP conferences around the world. Steve blogs at www.insightcp.com/blog and can be found on Twitter at SteveBogner.
Martin is an SAP-certified HR consultant and SAP Mentor who works freelance on international projects. He graduated with honors in Human Resources Management from Belgian Haute Ecole Namuroise Catholique (HENaC). Martin has worked with SAP HR since 1998, with special expertise including XSS, LSO, E-Recruiting, CATS, Reporting, Authorizations, and SAP NetWeaver Portal. He has written two books on SAP HR: Integrating CATS, and Configuring and Customizing Employee and Manager Self-Services in SAP ERP HCM. You can find Martin on Twitter at MGillet.
Mark has over fifteen years of SAP HR experience, and has worked with SAP E-Recruiting since 2002. Before starting Ingram Talent in 2006, Mark was the Product Manager at SAP responsible for SAP E-Recruiting. Responsibilities included the entire product lifecycle from product definition, through product rollout, marketing, and training. Mark is a regular speaker at SAP conferences, has authored several articles on SAP E-Recruiting, and was a co-author of the HR-XML Consortium's Staffing Exchange Protocol. He can be found on Twitter at @IngramTalent
Luke is Chief Cloud HCM Architect at Hula Partners, an experienced SAP and SuccessFactors implementation partner. Luke is an author, blogger, speaker, technologist, strategist, and SAP Mentor with a focus on end-to-end Human Capital Management strategy, advisory, and implementation. He has worked with over 40 customers across a number of different industries in North America, Europe, the Middle East, and Asia. Luke works closely with SAP and SuccessFactors on various market and product development initiatives. He is co-author of the SAP Press books Talent Management with SAP ERP HCM and SuccessFactors for SAP ERP HCM, a regular blogger on SCN as well as his own www.lukemarson.com website, and can be found on Twitter at @lukemarson.
Sven is co-founder of iProCon GmbH and Director of its London subsidiary iSolcon Ltd. In HRIS and SAP HCM in particular, he provides consultancy for design and delivery with his excellent team. His passion: linking HRIS to business benefits and making HR technology work through proper change management, particularly in international rollouts. Sven is on Twitter at svenringling. Sven started his career in 1996 as an SAP HR consultant at IDS Scheer in Germany. He then started iProCon GmbH in Hanover as a consultancy for SAP HCM and business process reengineering. His books and articles published in German, English, and Chinese cover SAP HCM, innovation culture, talent management, M&A, and the design of people management processes.
Jarret Pazahanick is an SAP Mentor and HCM Certified Consultant who has specialized in SAP Human Capital Management (HCM) since 1998. He is a subject matter expert in US Payroll and the Employee Interaction Center (EIC) and Managing Partner of EIC Experts. Over the past 13 years, Jarret has completed 18 high profile, full life cycle SAP HCM implementations for global Fortune 1000 companies. He is SAP HCM certified, ASAP certified, a HR Expert author, ASUG News author and you can find him on Twitter at SAP_Jarret.
Brandon has worked on the edge of SAP HR for 12+ years in PA, OM, Benefits, ESS, MSS, Talent Management and E-Recruiting, very frequently working with emerging solutions in ramp-up. His clients include airlines, retail, manufacturing, oil and gas, financial services, and public sector among others. Brandon has held many project roles - change management, project management, trainer, functional analysis, and a developer. He brings a unique blend of business, functional and technical expertise. He has presented at numerous conferences and is currently co-authoring a book on HCM Processes and Forms. Brandon is a passionate believer in the potential of Human Capital processes and technology to supercharge performance of organizations. He can be found on Twitter at BrandonToombs.