The journey to SAP SuccessFactors for Molson Coors was motivated by unifying its HR systems and processes—at one point it was working with 32 different HR systems across 32 different countries for 19,000 employees.

With the help of /N SPRO, the multinational brewing company brought in HR employee self-service. With this project, Molson Coors was able to identify best practices for HR throughout the globe and use that information to develop company-wide processes through its HR One Way program.

“When we started with /N SPRO, we felt instant chemistry,” said Diana Kuettel, who spoke with ASUG (Americas’ SAP Users’ Group) in the video below. “They were very responsive in some of our questions that we had, especially when it came to implementation and processes around best practices.”

Rather than having individual teams in each country implementing SuccessFactors, Molson Coors took the approach of having a project headquarters in Denver. This proved to be both cost effective and saved time on the implementation.

Benefits of Unified HR Going Forward

A key benefit from implementing SuccessFactors as single source of HR information was the ability to engage employees through manager self-service and employee self-service. With the core HR platform in place and employees engaged, Molson Coors now has the ability to bring in more SuccessFactors tools.

“Our next step is to implement LMS and Talent Acquisition and using /N SPRO as our business partner will point us in the right direction,” Kuettel concluded.

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