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TMCNet:  Global SAP HR Experts Introduce Technology That Revolutionizes User Experience

[February 26, 2013]

Global SAP HR Experts Introduce Technology That Revolutionizes User Experience

LAS VEGAS --(Business Wire)--

Global HR consulting organization Exaserv, a leading SAP (News - Alert) and SuccessFactors specialist, is transforming enterprise HR with the launch of the Bodhi Portal. With a completely customizable user interface, the Bodhi Portal provides actionable information at the tip of the user's fingertips and unlike other products, this is a live widget experience that is brand new to the traditionally "single program" focused HR technology field.

The Bodhi Portal follows in the footsteps of industry leaders such as Microsoft (News - Alert), who focuses on a personalized experience and knows that each user works differently and deserves simple, energetic and uniform design throughout their HR solution. It is this uniquely personalized experience throughout the HR package that differentiates the Bodhi Portal from the rest of the market. It allows simplified direct access to the information that users need, both inside their systems and out.

With widgets like branches, and information like roots - Recruiters can use Bodhi during their hiring process to access instant information on LinkedIn, Twitter and Google (News - Alert) Search while remaining inside their designated HR package and continuing their HR processes.

"This dynamic HCM solution completely transforms the user experience for today's HR professionals," says Wim De Smet, CEO of Exaserv. "Imagine your company's look and feel flowing throughout a unified solution and having information available with a single click and none of the frustrations associated with saving, changing or moving to different programs. I look forward to this HR of the future and the ease it will provide customers."

Exaserv will demonstrate the Bodhi Portal at the HR 2013 conference February 26th - March 1st at the Bellagio in Las Vegas, in booth 220. To schedule a demonstration please visit http://www.exaserv.com/events/events-overview.aspx.

About Exaserv

Headquartered in the US with global offices in Europe and Asia-Pacific, Exaserv is a SAP and SuccessFactors certified Partner specializing in the implementation of SAP ERP HCM for global companies. Exaserv has combined deep functional knowledge and technical expertise to develop their proprietary Exalerate SaaS (News - Alert) HCM Solution which includes Exalerate Ci, Exalerate Onboarding, Exalerate AdminTool, Bodhi Portal and OpenText ™ Services; progressive offerings and customized solutions for SAP HCM. For more information about Exaserv visit: www.exaserv.com.


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