BINGO Implements SAP SuccessFactors During a Pandemic with Rizing

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When SAP SuccessFactors customer BINGO, an Australian waste management company, launched an initiative to improve HR processes and technology, it happened to coincide with the arrival of the COVID-19 pandemic. That meant while HR was seeking to improve holistically, it was also looking to develop new processes for COVID-19 testing and remote work.

Even before the added challenge of a pandemic, BINGO was looking to keep its HR transformation simple, with software that could be long-lasting while remaining adaptable for a growing business. That led BINGO to choose SAP SuccessFactors, implemented with the help of Rizing Synchrony Payroll and Synchrony People—SAP-Qualified Partner-Packaged Solutions.

BINGO wanted to avoid customization in SAP SuccessFactors to allow future agility as its workforce grows and changes. Synchrony Payroll and Synchrony People allowed them to move quickly during the pandemic, proving an accelerated time to value in the short-term and a system robust enough for the long-term.

The Benefits to SAP SuccessFactors Customers Benefits of Preconfiguration 

The preconfigured payroll and HR platforms allowed BINGO to move quickly—and employees responded with 95 percent downloading the new mobile app within the first week. This high rate of downloads was without the typical training courses—the simplified offering allowed for greater adoption.

Staff is now able to access HR data remotely with greater ease, and engagement with HR tasks such as leave, payroll, and scheduling can be handled within SAP SuccessFactors. Overall, the implementation of Synchrony Payroll has trimmed payroll processing time by 50 percent.

For more detail on BINGO’s story, check out the full feature from HRD Magazine. You can also access a recorded presentation on the topic from the recent HR Connect event featuring BINGO and Rizing. You can register and access on-demand HR Connect content for free here, then search for the session: “How a one-time Family Owned Business Pressed ‘Go’ in the Nick of Time.”