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HR Systems Survey 2020 - Sierra-Cedar's Annual Report

Posted by Mathew French on 21 July 2020

Every year, Sierra-Cedar publish their HR Systems Survey Report. For their 2020 report, they surveyed 1,892 unique organisations representing a total workforce of 22.2 million employees and contingent workers across the globe. They've been conducting this research for over 20 years now, and they've used that data to chart the course of the impact of HR software's use by businesses globally. This year's survey covers HR software adoption, trends for applications, deployment options, vendor feedback, expenditures, and value achieved for the categories of different applications used. If your organisation hasn't yet embarked on a digital transformation journey and you're looking for intel, then this report sets an industry benchmark. Let's take a look at what 20 years of HR Software has done for business.

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Topics: HR Software Implementation, hr software, HR automation, HR Systems Survey, HCM Blueprint, Sierra-Cedar


HR Technology Issues You Need To Consider In Your Business

Posted by Mathew French on 23 April 2019

According to HRD's annual research, CEOs across the Asia-Pacific are empowering their HR teams with increasing budgets to purchase HR tech platforms and systems. 74% of HR professionals surveyed said they were planning to increase their spend on HR tech over the next 12 months. With more virtual working arrangements and tech savvy employees than ever before, HR departments are working to keep up with the pace of change, looking to tools like technology to help manage that change. However, HR technology can bring with it a set of issues that HR professionals are (and will continue to) grapple with, including AI, machine learning, implementation and how to manage future workforces. This HR Blog will examine the HR tech issues you need to consider in your business and how to mitigate them going forward.

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Topics: HR Software Implementation, HR technology, hr software, The future of work


10 Tips For A Successful HR Software Implementation

Posted by Mathew French on 22 March 2018

Even though each organisation is unique, with its own individual needs, it is fair to say that there is a standard blueprint that forms the foundation of all HR software implementation projects. To get implementation right, it is critical that your business approaches the entire process with a willingness to work methodically from beginning to end, putting in place a detailed plan that your team then executes with diligence and a high attention to detail. If you want to avoid the pitfalls that many businesses experience during the implementation process, here's what you need to know.

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Topics: HR Software Implementation, Successful HR Software Implementation


Harness The Power Of HR Software Cloud SaaS (Part 2)

Posted by Mathew French on 5 March 2015

If you're an HR professional who is new to the world of HR Software Cloud SaaS and you're not quite sure where to start, this blog will outline the headlines of how to assess and align your organisation with best practice when selecting and implementing an HR technology solution. We have also created a downloadable checklist that will enable you to assess your organisation against best practice benchmarks in order to make a fully informed decision about which Cloud HR solution is best for you. Essentially we want you to have as much information as possible, so that when you embark on a transition to the Cloud, you're as well prepared as you can possibly be.

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Topics: Culture and Values, HR Cloud, HR Software Implementation, SaaS, Cloud


Why Projects Fail. HR Software, Payroll Software, Recruitment Software…

Posted by Mathew French on 20 April 2011

Interesting topic really. Usually, people are the reason why projects fail. Really, to stop project failing, particularly larger projects, there really needs to be an independent project manager brought in who really does not have any vested interest either from the client side or the vendor side, just the success of the project itself. In this way, an objective view can be taken in terms of business needs alignement to system offering.

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Topics: HR Software Project, HR Software Implementation, HRIS Project, HRIS, Talent Management Software, eRecruitment Software


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