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Merging SVA and SVB to SVS and BKWVB to BVAEB


Our client is the digitalization enabler in the Austrian healthcare sector and a leader in terms of technological change. In order to build on these strengths in the long term, he company relies on artificial intelligence (AI) projects on the one hand and on intensive collaboration with start-ups within the framework of an innovation hub on the other.

Hauptprojektziele Main project goals

  • The two social insurance institutions SVA and SVB were merged to form SVS in the course of the reorientation of the Austrian social insurance (SV) system.
  • Furthermore, several ‘smaller’ SV carriers and company health insurance funds were merged into ‘larger’ SV carriers.
  • These six companies, with a combined total of more than 4,000 active employees and more than 1,000 pensioners, were mapped and managed by ITSV in separate clients in HCM.
  • The task was to merge all existing processes and all used functions of the different clients into the respective target clients.
  • central and efficient management of all HCM requirements in the respective target system
  • In the course of the migration, the different time management solutions and the different ESS/MSS solutions were merged with 1 January 2020.

Lösung Solution

  • central handling of all HCM requirements and processes within the respective target client
  • merging of ESS/MSS processes
  • central reporting incl. BI

Benefits Important Benefits

  • shared use of a small number of clients
  • all required HCM tools are mapped together within the respective target clients
  • central processes and reporting functionalities
  • central ESS/MSS template deployment for many end user functionalities
  • central use of archiving functions
  • harmonized process handling
  • uniform approval processes

Input Input and Contribution of CNT

  • process consulting and implementation partner
  • support in the harmonization of business processes
  • further development of the various templates used
  • development of the migration tools and migration tables
  • implementation of multiple data migrations
  • training of project team and key users
  • overall migration coordination and planning
  • SAP architects for the overall planning of all new functionalities and handover to the ongoing support team