SAP SuccessFactors Recruiting

Efficient recruitment with SAP SuccessFactors Recruiting




Optimize the recruitment process of an famous and international university.


  • SAP SuccessFactors Recruiting
  • Specific Development

The optimization of the recruitment activity contributes to the visibility and recognition of UNIL.

Context & Goals:

The University of Lausanne brings together more than 14,500 students and 4,000 staff members, faculty and research, some 187 nationalities, and recruits 400 new employees each year.


UNIL decided to integrate into its Human Resources Information System (HRIS) a recruitment optimization solution, with the aim of:


  • Simplification: one single application available for all employees
  • Ergonomics: easy to use, user friendly
  • Flexibility: ajusted to UNIL processes
  • Integration: interoperable with the existing HRIS.



The SAP SuccessFactors Recruiting solution covers the entire recruitment cycle, from the recruitment requirements to the candidate’s final selection. It has been chosen for its openness and ability to integrate with the existing HRIS



Recruitment and hiring are managed end to end, via a single platform accessible to all recruitment players.


UNIL has simplified and streamlined its recruitment process for 3 categories of staff hired: professors, researchers, administrative and technical staff.
The simplicity, flexibility and intuitive approach of the tool are highly praised.


“ARAGO Consulting understood our need for flexibility: SAP SuccessFactors Recruiting has adapted to the UNIL processes, and not the opposite.”
Franck TOURNIERIT Manager, Université de Lausanne


« Time saving, automating milestones, finer selection of candidates, enhancement of our employer brand, better candidate experience: we improved the quality of our process and led the implementation project with agility thanks to SAP SuccessFactors and ARAGO Consulting » said University of Lausanne , IT Manager Franck TOURNIER, who adds: “optimization of the recruitment activity contributes to the visibility and recognition of UNIL. ”