The authors of »Concur: Travel and Expense Management with SAP«

Sven Ringling

Sven Ringling is a consultant and the UK director of iProCon (www.iprocon.com), an SAP SuccessFactors, SAP ERP HCM, and Concur consulting partner. He works with large and medium-sized organizations to drive digital transformation and to optimize HCM, payroll, and T&E processes. He is the author of two editions of Mastering HR Management with SAP ERP HCM and an SAP Mentor.

Hannah Smith

Hannah Smith is a principal Concur and payroll consultant at iProCon. She has nine years of experience working with a range of customers across various industries and locations on the core HCM modules and is iProCon‘s Concur SME for the UK.

Andy Wittmann

Andy Wittmann is a senior consultant and the director of Global Services at Lyndon Group. His responsibilities include all aspects of global services, from implementations to helping organizations improve their overall travel and expense programs on an international scale. He brings extensive experience to all his clients, having deployed Concur Travel, Concur Expense, and Concur Invoice for clients in North America, Asia, Europe, and the Middle East. He has more than 15 years of experience in consulting, technology, and project management. He leverages his technical, process development, and Concur expertise to create optimal solutions for clients.

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    Mastering HR Management with SAP ERP HCM

    Sven Ringling, Jörg Edinger, Janet McClurg

    664 pages, hardcover

    This definitive guide to SAP ERP HCM teaches HR managers, functional users, project managers, and others working with HCM about how to use and customize it throughout the entire HR process. From recruiting personnel to transferring HR data to accounting, More about the book

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