Chow Tai Fook Jewellery Group (“Chow Tai Fook”) adopted SAP SuccessFactors to accelerate digital transformation in its human resources by streamlining core HR processes, optimising recruitment, and enhancing employee experience and productivity.
Optimised HR operations
The SAP SuccessFactors Employee Central and SuccessFactors Recruiting, will optimize Chow Tai Fook’s HR operations through standardised HR processes and integrated data, enhanced organisational visibility and embedded insights, streamlined hiring processes, and automated regulatory compliance.
With its cloud-based human experience management software applications, SAP SuccessFactors solutions can support various HR functions.
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“They realize that using digital tools to streamline HR operations can create a workplace environment where employees are more engaged and productive. SAP SuccessFactors enables companies to achieve that through an agile, cloud-based digital platform, accessible anytime online and through mobile devices. SAP is proud to support Chow Tai Fook in its drive towards better employee performance and satisfaction,” said Esmond Tong, managing director, of SAP Hong Kong.
“Chow Tai Fook boasts a rich heritage and nearly 95 years of experience in Mainland China and Hong Kong, establishing itself as one of the world's leading jewelry groups. Our unwavering commitment to fostering a people-centric culture and talent development has been instrumental in our success,” said Theresa Lui, chief people officer, of Chow Tai Fook Jewellery Group.
“Building a strong and productive workforce is the key to driving sustainable business growth. To that end, we are leveraging SAP SuccessFactors to elevate our HR operations by streamlining processes, optimizing recruitment, and making business decisions based on data-powered insights. We believe this digital transformation will empower employees and equip Chow Tai Fook with the agility to strategically align resources and operations, as well as to meet future development needs.”