FOLSOM,CA 06 July, 2015:
KPIT Technologies (BSE: 532400) (NSE: KPIT), a fast-growing product engineering and IT consulting firm, has successfully implemented the SuccessFactors® Recruiting Management solution for Metropolitan Utilities District of Omaha (M.U.D.). KPIT provided M.U.D. with the cloud-based solution from SuccessFactors, an SAP
company that enabled M.U.D. to improve organizational efficiency, communication and response time.
The goal was to provide M.U.D. with a newer human capital management (HCM)
solution to improve its ability to manage the workforce holistically with transparent visibility, organizational efficiency and HR insight. The project scope included integration of the SuccessFactors solution with multichannel, third-party reporting tools addressing issues such as retirement, succession and retention, as well as aging technologies and skills-gap shortages. The implementation has brought the organization a configurable reengineered design to eliminate manual processes and streamline HR strategies. Business objectives were met with improved communication and response times, reduced work redundancy, improved accessibility and greater mobility.
Commenting on the deployment of KPIT's SuccessFactors solution at M.U.D., Aasim Hasan, Executive Vice President and Utilities Business Leader, KPIT, said, "We are pleased to announce the latest deployment of SuccessFactors solutions in KPIT's recent series of successful implementations for utilities. This success can be credited to the partnership with M.U.D., whose team worked with and alongside KPIT's to improve organizational efficiency by streamlining HR strategies."
Mark Doyle , Chief Information Officer and Senior Vice President, M.U.D., said, "With KPIT's effective partnership, M.U.D. was able to successfully implement the cloud-based SuccessFactors human capital management solution in an effort to modernize and streamline our HR processes. The solution will allow us to operate at a higher level by gaining more insight through improved visibility and communication, further cultivating people and performance excellence."