Ingentis business rule trigger
Automated maintenance of core HR data in
The software identifies newly created and edited objects and executes the “edit and save” action for all objects within a configurable evaluation path. This is how your SAP SuccessFactors business rules are being triggered. The process can be scheduled or initiated manually.
The business rules in SAP SuccessFactors can be triggered during the creation of new data, the editing of objects or by saving changes. Typical events that are initiated via business rules include:
Validating data entry
Triggering specific workflows
Sending warnings or error messages
Setting default values
Propagating data from other fields/tables
Since business rules in SAP SuccessFactors are only executed for the affected object following the pull principle, new information cannot be pushed down to other objects along the structure.
This is the point where the Ingentis business rule trigger steps in, triggering objects to pull updated information from higher levels when applicable.
Benefits of the Ingentis business rule trigger
Reduced manual effort regarding data maintenance and validation
Fast creation and bulk edits of core data
Great flexibility due to customer-configured rules
Automated structure updates and newly created structures
Up until now, due to the default settings, structural edits in SAP SuccessFactors might have required you to manually adjust all associated child objects.
For example, if the employee Bernd Sander had become the new head of the department HR Business Office, the update of the position structure would have required manual action. A business rule on the position which would have fetched the new managing position via the head of department would not have been initiated since the edit did not get executed on the position object itself but on the department.
The Ingentis business rule trigger on the other hand notices the change and triggers the child objects to pull new or edited information, and the complete organizational structure is updated, from top to bottom or across the hierarchy structure.
Passing on a parent object’s value updates to child objects
Let’s say, the cost center of a department has been changed and all child departments and linked positions need to be updated with this new information. Thanks to the business rule trigger, this can be done in an automated way, based on pre-defined business rules in SuccessFactors.
The software identifies edited objects, checks their history to see when the last change was made and if applicable executes the respective business rule within a configurable evaluation path. This allows you to initiate automated data updates throughout the company instead of having to manually adjust information or start a mass upload.
The Ingentis business rule trigger in a nutshell
Automated maintenance & update processes
Runs on SAP Cloud Platform
Triggering of SAP SuccessFactors business rules top down and across objects
No coding required
Single solution or add-on to org.manager
Also available on the SAP App Center
If you’d prefer to discover or acquire the Ingentis business rule trigger via the SAP App Center, that’s possible, too!
Product recommendation for SAP SuccessFactors users:
Org charts with Ingentis org.manager [web] for SF
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