The L'OCCITANE Group is a leading natural ingredient-based cosmetics and well-being producer and retailer with 3,000 retail outlets in 90 countries.
SAP SE announced that L'OCCITANE Group has utilized SAP SuccessFactors solutions for human capital management to make digital HR transformation available across the globe. The implementation of SuccessFactors helped the company to provide better insight throughout its retail operations and improved standardization and efficiency of its HR processes across the group.
"We chose SAP SuccessFactors solutions to help us simplify and streamline our HR operations," said Xavier Meulemans, director of Total Rewards and HRIS at L'OCCITANE International. "As a global company committed to growth, effectively attracting and engaging a diverse workforce are paramount to our continued success. With SAP SuccessFactors solutions, we're equipped to better manage a flexible and changing workforce across different geographies and cultures, while also increasing transparency and efficiency. We're proud to partner with SAP as we innovate in HR and put people at the center of our digital transformation."
"The retail industry is one of the most competitive industries around," SAP SuccessFactors* President Greg Tomb said. "L'OCCITANE Group recognizes that investing in a differentiated and digitalized experience for employees today is a strong investment in the company's future. We're excited to partner with this leading natural cosmetics group to tell its story about how its people are at the center of its digital business transformation, and how SAP SuccessFactors solutions uniquely support the company's objectives. Seeing how an industry leader like L'OCCITANE is addressing the realities of today's global business imperatives can help others better understand what people-focused transformation can look like for their organizations. We look forward to continuing this collaboration and to the success that we hope it will continue to bring."
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