When Energizer Holdings Incorporated split into two publically-traded companies, the personal care business branded itself as Edgewell Personal Care and chose the hummingbird as its logo image. Hummingbirds surprise and delight people, making them feel happy, and Edgewell products do exactly that. Edgewell also provides us with products to prepare us for everyday life like Schick razors and Skintimate shaving cream. The company creates Playtex, Carefree, and Stayfree feminine products, Diaper Genie, and Wet Ones wipes. Edgewell products are those that we use at almost every stage of life. The company takes great pride in what it creates, and like the hummingbird, Edgewell corporate culture embodies a challenger mentality. Edgewell employees are “roll-up-your-sleeves” kind of people who help each other out and share a strong desire to win. When Energizer Holding Incorporated divided into two separate companies, management needed to ensure that both entities would not only be fully functional, but also in a better state than before the split. Focused on top-line growth, increased market share, and simplified business processes, Edgewell decided to replace a very old legacy HR application. After comparing both Workday and SAP SuccessFactors solutions, Edgewell chose SuccessFactors, an SAP company, because SAP offered a rapid deployment solution and individual module implementation. Edgewell replaced its archaic, labor-intense software with a modern, self-service model that’s accessible via mobile device and tablet. SuccessConnect Las Vegas this past August, Jermaine Holt, director of global business services at Edgewell Personal Care, summarized Edgewell’s technological journey: “We were in the Dark… [Read full story]
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