Interested in building a career in HR Tech?

In 2021 the HR tech market exploded.

According to, investors have poured USD14Bil into 300+ different HR Tech startups in eight segments.

The fund represents a 775% increase over 2020 to USD1.6Bil.

What are the contributing factors to this phenomenon?

For one, 2-year testing (and running) on ​​remote or hybrid operating businesses has created the technology requirements to make it work.

Imagine for a second you were transposed into the karmic driven world of Earl. After all, video calls would be expensive and I can’t imagine that we would all have to fix it in our home to make it possible.

But advances in technology have pushed hardware away, and better Internet bandwidth has led to the explosion of software-in-service and simply streaming it over the Internet.

The younger generation is more familiar with mobile devices and how those apps are distributed.

They are expecting a consumer-grade experience. It translates to not reading a 100-page manual to learn to click a button

There is a growing focus on high productivity, data privacy, cyber security and much more.

HR Tech followed a career

By jumping on this coup bandwagon, one can get into the trajectory of a carrier that is not usually found.

– Want to start a career in HR Tech or change careers in HR Tech which is important (regardless of subject and tenure):

Such as the need for skills now and in the future, proper training, a team of experts, good projects, supportive team of like-minded people, culture of education.

Why SAP SuccessFactors

SMEs and large enterprises are snapping up HR Tech to enable their digital transformation.

For the latter, many of them will gravitate towards tried and proven solutions like SAP SuccessFactors.

Founded by Lars Dalgard in 2001, the public listed company had 12,000 subscribers, and by January 2022 had 191 million users in more than 200 countries.

The demand for SuccessFactors consultants has skyrocketed because more companies are embarking on their HR digitization journey with the help of SAP SuccessFactors.

And it will continue to grow. This is why this is the best time to consider a career in SAP SuccessFactors.

And here are five more.

1. Gain global experience

COVID19 has made business travel impossible, creating a variety of unexpected opportunities.

Customers have become accustomed to remote implementation and support. And since this is going to be remote, there is no reason for the seller to be from the same country.

Rolling Array’s SAP SuccessFactor consultants have worked with companies in Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Australia, Dubai and many more.

It provides more opportunities to choose a consultant who is not open. Still, it allows for a new business culture that will add value to the resume and portfolio.

2. Upward mobility is good

For SAP SuccessFactors Consultants, there are two distinct career paths to choose from. In terms of consulting, you can go from Associate Consultant to Lead Consultant and later to Practice Leader.

The second route will be to the Project Management Office (PMO), which starts with a project coordinator and then progresses through the project manager and finally the project director.

3. Salary is good

An entry-level SAP SuccessFactors Associate Consultant will earn $ 3,000 to $ 4,000 per month at the beginning of their career.

For someone with more than 12 years of SuccessFactors skills, the salary can range from $ 15,000 to $ 20,000 per month.

4. Super high demand

With more firms implementing their HR digital transformation with SAP SuccessFactors, there is a significant shortage of SAP SuccessFactor Consultants to meet the current demand in the market.

Moreover, it would take a long time to train someone from the ground up. As a result, SAP exceeds the supply of SuccessFactors Consultants requirements, resulting in a significant demand for these professionals in the market.

5. Work on new exciting projects

In the SAP SuccessFactors vendor community, you can expect to be involved in a variety of projects that are challenging and enjoyable to work with.

No two days will be the same.

Rolling Array serves a wide variety of clients, including hospitals, banks, schools and the energy business.

Since projects may originate from different countries, similar projects will feel different due to cultural differences.

Rolling Arrays’ SAP SuccessFactors HR Tech Academy

To support the interest in career building at HR Tech and especially SAP SuccessFactors, Rolling Array has set up its own HR Tech Academy (HRTA) to train individuals with no prior experience to become associate mentors.

A systematic training program based on real-world case studies will ensure that you develop skills in technology (SAP SuccessFactors), Human Resources (Process) and consulting, which will help you start your SAP SuccessFactors consulting career.

And HRTA is a fully paid program, so you pay from the first day of your learning journey.

Below is what some RA HRTA alumni have to say about the program:

The program is running at the moment and I like the structure of the program, the engaging and interactive learning sessions as well as the assignments given.

Lynical Ng (Side HRTA)

Under the guidance of experienced and nurturing consultants, I have had the opportunity to collaborate with colleagues to help our clients in their HR conversion journey across multiple industries in the Asia region.

Carina Wong (HRTA – New)

HRTA has given me a major start in the tech consulting industry which has taken me on a journey full of many educational opportunities and overseas exposures.

Gabriel Yo (HRTA Fresher)


Interested in learning more about Rolling Array’s HRTA program?

Apply through this HRTA recruitment form. You will receive an online assessment test if you are shortlisted and a SAP SuccessFactors specialist will conduct an interview next.

This is a post sponsored by Rolling Array.

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