Sapling can sync new hire data with your Kallidus Perform account, saving your HR, and People Operations team time from manual data entry and removing the risk of errors.
With the Kallidus Perform Integration, Sapling will:
Create Users: When a user completes their Sapling profile, they will automatically be created in Perform.
Update User Attributes: When a user attribute is changed in Sapling, the corresponding user profile in Perform will automatically be updated.
Deactivate Users: When a user is offboarded in Sapling, the corresponding user in Perform will automatically be disabled.
How It Works
Setting up the Integration Step by Step
Step #1. Retrieve your Perform API Key
Reach out to your Kallidus Recruit Customer Success Manager.
Step #2. Enable the Perform Integration in Sapling
Navigate to the Integrations → Kallidus→ Perform
Enable the Kallidus Perform Integration
Enter your Perform subdomain URL and API key
Step #3. Confirm the Integration settings
Review the integration filters and make your selection
Save changes and that’s it!
Kallidus Perform is the future of continuous performance management in a simple, easy, and effective way.
Sapling is continually expanding the number of fields that sync between Sapling and Kallidus Perform.
Here is a full list of Sapling and Kallidus Learn and Perform Integration Fields.
Key Factors to be aware of
Kallidus Learn and Kallidus Perform
If you are leveraging Learn, Perform, or both, there is only one API call needed to create user profiles.
You will only need to enter your subdomain URL and API Key once.
In Sapling, you will enable both if you are using both integrations.
To ensure a consistent data flow, once you activate this integration, we'll attempt to match all existing employees between Sapling and Kallidus Perform.
Filters in Sapling
Sapling supports filtering, and allows you to identify what users you want to keep synced based on the following:
The integration with Sapling and Kallidus Perform will allow for Field Mapping. This is in the works and excited to share more about this in the upcoming weeks.