When you have an option of thousands of HR technology solutions to choose from, the process of selection is complex. Apart from multiplicity of software applications, the HR technology buyer is also faced with the dilemma of specialist vs generalist. In this cacophony of softwares how do we make a reasonable decision?
On the back of a rich cultural heritage, travel industry in India is gaining explosive momentum. Even with modest projections, travel is poised to become a $48 billion industry by 2020, while air travel shows a significant growth of 15% and hotel businesses at 13%. As the industry grows fast, the demand for a better end-user experience is increasing at a rapid pace.
“It’s in our Roadmap” – This phrase is quiet popular in the life of a product manager, especially when designing any HR SaaS solutions as the product keeps on evolving from time to time. There are always some incorrect connotations about what a road map is and what it should be used for.
Organizations today are operating in an uncertain, complex, and an increasingly volatile world. With innovations happening at earth-shattering pace, it’s difficult to keep up with an evolving landscape. The HR function is facing new demands which require quick, and fitting adaptation to the new mission. That’s why, while buying a new HR Technology, you need to keep a balance.
When you have thousands of employees geographically spread across hundreds of kilometers in the country, a single consolidated view of all employee data can seem utopian. Unless organizations are willing to be left behind, they will have make a decision to find the best HR solution that makes the most sense, for its business evolution as well as its people.
Sometime or the other in the recent past, we’ve all overheard conversations or caught snippets of discussions about the great ‘UX (User Experience)’, or the poor ‘UI (User Interface)’ of a product. With an ever expanding and ever evolving digital environment, we come across such terminologies almost every day and often end up confusing one with the other.