Tyconz has officially become a partner of DocuSign
What is docusign:
DocuSign for SAP is a full digital business solution that transforms your business. Global companies of all sizes from all industries are undergoing a digital transformation, performing critical business transactions online, safely and securely. It is here to help by letting people inside and outside your organization electronically access, sign, and send important documents anywhere, anytime, and on any device. More information here.
In August 2018, Baladna food industries the pioneers of Diary products in Qatar, have decided to undergo the digital transformation path.
They chose Talenica, Tyconz’s very own software, built on top of the world’s number one HR solution SAP SuccessFactors, to automate their human resource tasks.
The project went through three-phase until its completion in March 2020:
- The first phase, the deployment of employee central and employee central payroll was complete
- Then in the second phase the deployment of performance management and learning,
- Finally, the third phase covered recruitment management, onboarding management, compensation, succession and planning, and visa and permit management.
Thanks to Talenica, Baladna HR is now digitally prepared and remotely operational during the COVID-19 crisis.
This achievement was accomplished due to the efforts of the following Tyconz team:
- Mohamed Morsy: SAP SF Project Manager (First half of the project)
- Mustafa Amar: SAP Project Manager (Second half of the project
- Mostafa El Hefnawy: SAP Senior HCM/ SF consultant
- Vivekanandan Perumal: SME / Principal Consultant – SuccessFactors Talent
- Rehab Mostafa: SAP SuccessFactors Consultant
- Ahmed Nageh: SAP Senior Successfactors Consultant
- Arvind Kumar Rai: Principal Consultant – SF HCM
TYCONZ and Baladna Qatar expertise conducted the GO LIVE celebrations online due to current COVID-19 Pandemic. Here is a snippet.
New digital platforms such as SAP Ariba are changing the way companies are responding to the coronavirus pandemic.
At 5 p.m. ET on Tuesday, Richard Primm, a vice president at the German software giant SAP, received a text message requesting the seemingly impossible.
Heath Layfield, the chief digital officer of Ram Tool and Supply, was seeking 500 beds for a temporary hospital that the Alabama-based construction company was helping build outside New York City to treat patients with the coronavirus.
At first, Primm told Business Insider, he doubted it was even possible, given the rush across the US to find such products. “My initial thought was: There’s absolutely no way if you gave me three months that I would be able to find this,” he said.
Then he turned to Ariba Discovery — SAP’s global, cloud-based marketplace that’s available for free to both buyers and sellers during the crisis.
He started with a simple search term: hospital beds. And surprisingly, up popped Joerns Healthcare, a medical-equipment supplier and a client of Primm’s. It was one of the few vendors nationally that had the capacity to help out.
Within the next 30 minutes, Primm had executives from the two companies connected. Ram Tool and Supply ordered the beds that night, and they are expected to arrive on Monday — a startlingly fast timeline for such an in-demand product.
“Completely improbable. It just was jaw-dropping to me that this happened,” Primm said.
Digital platforms are powering the pandemic response
That’s just one example of how new digital platforms are changing the way companies are able to respond to the coronavirus pandemic.
Cloud-based platforms provided by firms including SAP now allow businesses to get a holistic view of different aspects of the enterprise — like human resources and regulatory compliance. For many, it’s the first time they’ve ever had such visibility.
Such insights can help lead to significant cost savings. And it’s one reason why the pace of adoption could quicken as a result of the outbreak.
Better supply-chain management powered by tech
In the past, many companies had a fragmented view into their supply-chain operations.
That made replacing partners or bringing in new ones a time-intensive process that required humans to do much of the grunt work.
Now corporations can employ platforms like enterprise-resource planning (ERP) systems to get an end-to-end view of their suppliers. And machine learning is helping to automate many of the tasks that employees once had to manage.
For example, if a business needed to quickly source new providers or replace those that may have shuttered amid the outbreak, software from SAP, and others could automatically suggest vendors that fit certain criteria, including those that are close to existing partners.
Take Bumble Bee Foods, a San Diego-based provider of tuna, salmon, and other products that is expecting a surge in demand over the coming months as consumers remain quarantined at home amid the pandemic.
Managing those fluctuations is much easier with new digital supply-chain tools, according to Bumble Bee Chief Information Officer Tony Costa. “We can adjust production to minimize supply chain constraints,” he said in an emailed statement.
Also, digital investments from Campbell Soup have helped that company better manage inventory and oversee the supply chain during a time of unprecedented demand for its products.
And many pharmaceutical giants and medical-device firms already use ERP platforms to manage operations. Those systems can support efforts by manufacturers to quickly ramp up production of a coronavirus vaccine once it receives federal approval.
Crises like the pandemic have “a catastrophic impact on a company’s plan, their business plan, their supply chain,” Jeff Harvey, a chief customer officer at SAP, told Business Insider. “To be able to react in 24 hours, or in a matter of hours … that’s the capability that exists now with these platforms.”
Article by Business Insider
DEX has partnered up with Tyconz, SAP’s Gold Partners for their digital transformation…
As digital asset markets mature and capital markets embrace blockchain technology, there is a need for regulated digital asset platforms to provide a financial ecosystem to serve all market participants’ requirements. DEX is on track to be a leader in the global digital asset marketplace with strong technical intellectual capital, an innovative approach, a digital assets regulatory framework and robust compliance.
In addition, their goal is to provide market access to digital assets for both primary and secondary markets in a transparent, regulated and secure environment. Their platform and digital asset classes provide for a fresh and innovative approach to traditional capital markets as well as offer a regulated ecosystem for all market participants.
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In March 2020, The Department of Human Resources for the Electronic Government of Ras Al Khaimah, launched MAWAREDNA project. Its main objective is to manage the human resources capital of Ras Al-Khaimah using the latest SAP cloud technology. Therefore this project was built-on SAP SuccessFactors and its diverse modules:
- Employee Central
- Performance Management
- Succession Planning, Recruiting
- Recruiting Marketing
- and Analytics
In fact, the launch of MAWAREDNA project falls under the wise leadership of the United Arab Emirates, which announced 2020 the year of preparation for the FiFTY. Moreover, it aims at setting a solid base in the digital transformation of Ras Al-Khaimah; starting from a futuristic innovative vision using the best practices in the Human Resources world.
For this implementation, the Department of Human Resources of the Electronic Government of Ras Al Khaimah collaborated with Tyconz; SAP’s award recognized partner in MENA. Not only known for their excellence in overall sales, innovation, technology, and services in HR specific projects but also proud winners of the best SAP SuccessFactors partner for 2019 & 2020. Tyconz excels in everything SuccessFactors, handling projects from A to Z.
The Benefits of Integrating SAP SuccessFactors
SAP SuccessFactors is a state-of-the-art system, as well as the number one human resources solution in the world, based on cloud technology. It aims to manage tasks and procedures with ease and proficiency. Furthermore, it provides distinguished services within the best global practices, ensuring an automated and improved experience for the system users, since it focuses on simplifying operations and increasing the efficiency of human resources procedures.
More importantly, this system will benefit more than 3000 qualified employees and 18 government entities, reporting to the Human Resources Department in RAK EGA. Granting them many features and advantages accessible anywhere, anytime via the cloud. Also, it gives decision-makers access to reports and statistics provided by the system; in addition to electronic recruitment management, new employee guidance, personnel management, performance objectives, workforce analysis, and planning.
Finally, SAP and Tyconz are proud of this successful move marking a wider footprint in Ras Al-Khaimah and UAE.
- Mohamed Morsy – SAP SuccessFactors Project Manager
- Mostafa Elhefnawy – SuccessFactors PMGM
- Malk Kanan – SuccessFactors Employee Central (EC)
- Waleed El Deeb – SuccessFactors Records and Case Management (RCM)
- Yasser El Ameen – SAP SuccessFactors Succession & Development (SPCD)
- Mohamed Ibrahim Omar- SAP SuccessFactors Learning Management System (LMS)
- Mohamad Ibrahim – SAP Analytics
- Mohamed Medhat – SAP Senior SuccessFactors EC Consultant
- Harish Suresh – ABAP Unit Head
- Mohamed Asif – BASIS Consultant
- Sanjay Sharma – BASIS Unit Head