THIS EVENT WILL BE HOSTED BY MITCHELLS & BUTLERS IN CENTRAL BIRMINGHAM
Our UK Payroll Special Interest Group (SIG) is one of our best supported and best attended of all of the SIGs. The high level of interest reflects both the degree of custom complexity in processing payrolls and the constant changes in UK payroll legislation.
We will start the day with Tony Moran sharing ''Mitchells & Butlers: Our SAP HCM Journey'', in which he will cover the challenges they have encountered along the way and the solutions Mitchells & Butlers have put in place to make the journey more comfortable!
Natasha Robinson from SAP will deliver a Legal Update which takes customers through any legal changes being delivered in the software.
With global economic pressures bearing down on organisations, it's more important than ever to find ways to save costs and be innovative in delivering value to your business. The SAP payroll system has been a reliable component of ERP systems for 40 years, but figuring out what to do with it when transitioning to the cloud can be challenging. In this session, we'll share lessons learned from many organisations about the best ways to approach payroll modernisation.
During the session, Jessica Keartland and Natasha Mowatt will explore available options for modernising your payroll for the future. Jessica will discuss the functional impact of optimising your existing payroll when you move to the cloud, while Natasha will share information about the PRISM migration solution, which offers a low-risk, low-cost way to move to Employee Central Payroll (ECP) or S/4HANA Private Cloud Edition (PCE).
The session will include case studies highlighting the following areas:
Using EPI-USE Labs PRISM readiness report and pre-flight analysis to identify and mitigate project risks.
By attending this session, you'll gain valuable insights into how to modernise your payroll system for the future while minimising risks and costs. Join us to learn from real-world examples and discover new approaches that can benefit your organisation.
At the end of the event, there will be a facilitated Q&A session with Natasha where she will be answering pre-submitted questions from attendees. This is the perfect opportunity for you to ask our SAP experts any questions you have about our Payroll SIG or the topics that will be discussed. So don’t miss out, contact [email protected] no later than Wednesday 14th June with any questions you have. Any questions raised after the deadline will be prioritised to be answered at the next event.
As this is a Partner sponsored event, there may be some restriction on which members can attend. This means that even if your initial booking is accepted, we may contact you to cancel your booking.
Payroll SIG Co-Chair
Rachael has over 23 years of experience of SAP and the Public Sector, through the lens of Local Government, and now in the Private Sector at Sodexo where she currently heads up the UK&I SAP Team based in Salford who are embarking on their next iteration of their SAP roadmap.
SAP HCM Consultant
Mitchells & Butlers
Tony has worked on several SAP implementation projects and support roles for both public and private sector organisations. His last SAP HCM implementation project was the one for Mitchells & Butlers. He joined the implementation project as an SAP HCM Consultant working directly for the Business.
Business Unit Director
Natasha has been at EPI-USE Labs for 13 years and is Business Unit Director for UK and Ireland. Natasha builds excellent internal and external relationships and is focused on a client first attitude. Holistic Account Management enables Natasha to partner with her clients on their SAP journey.
Associate Partner and Head of Consulting Services
Jessica is responsible for the delivery of consulting services across the UK business for both SuccessFactors and on-premise SAP solutions, including support of Business Development, Pre-sales enablement, consultant development and management and utilisation.
HCM Product Expert for UKI Localisations
SAP (UK) Ltd
Natasha has over 25 years of experience of working with SAP HR and Payroll solutions. She has had a variety of roles covering, implementation, support, project management, training delivery, pre-sales and is now a Local Product Manager at SAP.
Payroll SIG Co-Chair
Married, and with 2 boys, I started my professional career as an archaeologist and then shifted my analytical enthusiasm to the world of SAP. This I have been doing for more than 20 years now with most of those in Payroll support. I like learning stuff and passing it on to others.
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Natasha Robinson presented at the Payroll SIG on Tuesday 27th June 2023.
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