Deutsche Post DHL outlined at Celonis World Tour 2022 Munich how it improved its hire-to-retire human resources processes and now plans to expand use of the Celonis Execution Management System (EMS) and automation via the Action Engine.
Speaking during the Celonis World Tour 2022 Munich keynote, Deutsche Post DHL's Dirk Hein, Shared Services Lead at Deutsche Post DHL in Germany, said the company's vision is to deliver simple processes and services that make work easier for employees daily.
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Hein was joined during the keynote by Celonis Co-CEO Bastian Nominacher and Celonis CTO Martin Klenk along with other customers and partners. Uniper, an international energy company, also outlined how it has used Celonis to optimize maintenance for its international power plant fleet as well as its energy trading and purchasing businesses.
The HR Shared Service Center of Deutsche Post DHL started working with Celonis in 2019 after a proof of concept and they are currently planning to scale usage across other business units and processes beyond human resources. Hein explained the initial goal was to improve data quality, standardization and efficiency for the HR processes at Deutsche Post.
Initially, the company focused on hire-to-retire and multiple subprocesses. Hein said a total of 8 use cases were created for the launch and the project was challenging at first, but both teams worked through the implementation.
In 2021, the Celonis Team of Deutsche Post DHL HR Shared Service Center along with Celonis identified other areas where Celonis EMS could be of use in HR. Hein said his team is working on a global HR case management integration and working on its HR data quality enhancements for Deutsche Post DHL with almost 50 Active Engine skills within Celonis EMS.
According to Hein, there are plans to scale Celonis EMS beyond its German HR shared service center and internationally with Celonis as a strategic partner. Hein added that first expansion proof of concepts across the company are underway.
During the keynote chat, Hein had a handful of key takeaways. Among them:
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The Celonis implementation was done with its own resources, which helps the team develop its skills, which are needed for further scalability.<!— htmlmin:ignore —>
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