SAP Business One and Bamboo HR Integration
- EMPLOYEE UPLOAD
- EMPLOYEE DOWNLOAD
- Employees saved in Bamboo HR (Human Resource Software as a Service) will be synced to SAP Business One Employee Master Data under the Human Resource section with all details that are mentioned in Bamboo HR for that particular employee – such as Employee Name, Address, all personal and contact details, all job information and compensation details.
- Employees created in SAP Business One under the Human Resource section along with the existing employee details maintained in the ERP also can be sync back to Bamboo HR. All the mandatory fields with the required details of that employee should be mentioned for the sync of an employee from SAP Business One to Bamboo HR.
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