Thomas Jefferson University Elevates Employee and Patient Experience with SAP® SuccessFactors® Solutions
SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. — June 1, 2017 — SAP SE (NYSE: SAP) today announced that Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health has selected SAP® SuccessFactors® solutions to help transform and simplify its HR processes on an integrated, intuitive platform. Thomas Jefferson University, a leading health sciences university and innovative health system in Philadelphia, chose the SAP SuccessFactors Talent solutions to extend a best-in-class HR experience to all 30,000 employees and to connect the total workforce better through collaboration tools and advanced learning initiatives.
“As an organization at the forefront of modern healthcare and higher education, it’s critical we empower our staff to fulfill their passions and deliver the highest quality education and patient care,” said Jeffrey Stevens, chief human resources officer, Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health. “We needed a modern HR solution that provides the learning and collaboration tools to elevate the employee experience – and ultimately the patient experience. After an extensive evaluation, it was a clear choice to go with SAP SuccessFactors solutions to provide the best support and development opportunities for our staff, which will help unlock their true potential and ensure the highest standard of care for our patients.”
With a long history of providing leadership in healthcare and education, Thomas Jefferson University required integrated, next-generation talent solutions to unify disparate HR tools and processes. The university selected the SAP SuccessFactors Learning, SAP SuccessFactors Performance & Goals and SAP SuccessFactors Succession & Development solutions. It chose the solutions over competing cloud solutions in order to help provide the entire workforce with world-class learning and development programs and engage and motivate all employees to continue progressing in their careers. The university also chose the SAP Jam™ collaboration platform to enhance communication, collaboration and informal learning.
“The patient experience is central to any organization in the healthcare industry, with the level of care provided being completely dependent on employees,” said Robert Enslin, Member of the Executive Board of SAP SE and president of Cloud Business Group, SAP. “Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health has always put its patients first, and a key part of that has been enabling employees across the organization to deliver innovative healthcare and medical education. With SAP SuccessFactors solutions, the university will be able to provide simple, beautiful, mobile and social solutions that help maximize each employee’s unique potential so they stay engaged and motivated to provide the best patient care.”
Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health is one of the latest companies to select SAP SuccessFactors solutions to put people first and help them succeed. As more companies look to transform HR to meet the demands of an increasingly global and digital workforce, they are embracing leading SAP SuccessFactors solutions to help optimize HR processes and enhance the employee experience.
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