We as a generation of citizens of India have been really lucky. We saw the transformation of India from being a closed economy to the fastest growing one, from a manual job intensive market to the technology hub of the world and from being a dot in the global business world to the nation with the largest human potential.
Amidst this action, one of the key things that never received enough attention is HR. Though an industry in its own might (globally), it continued being a backend function in India until recently (as recent as 5 years ago). Times have changed and so has our focus on Talent and Technology.
Being part of this journey for that past decade, we thus felt that this would be the best time to talk about the subject which impacts businesses even more than we realize. And to start with we chose our personal favourite topic – the HR Tech Market.
The entry of ‘technology’ in HR started with the mainframes, which were used for administrative tasks like record keeping and payroll management. Then came the time of Traditional ERPs, where the problem of physical space was resolved, but it was still difficult to implement and manage systems.
This article was published on PCQuest