The benefits of switching to HRMS (Human resource management system) are endless. However, there are challenges in implementation that cannot be ignored. Here’s how to cope.
According to Brian Sommers, a leading HR technology analyst, one of the first steps while embarking on a digital transformation journey is to have clarity.
Change is the only constant. And it is technology that is at the forefront of driving change at the modern day workplace.
Although machine learning seems like a recent buzzword in technology, did you know it was first coined in 1959 at IBM? At that time, machine learning was defined as a way to give “computers the ability to learn without being explicitly programmed.”
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.
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.
In the world of HR SaaS solutions, what was relevant yesterday could quite possibly be old news at the end of the week. There is so much innovation and evolution in this space that’s it is very important to keep yourself constantly updated with the latest trends. Simplifying the UI to give better employee experience, streamlining the technical schematics or making cosmetic rearrangements are just some of the ways HR technology solutions providing firms are making improvements in the ‘look and feel’ of their products and services.
For all the money spent by organizations on web based HRMS solutions, there often remains a persistent and troubling gap between the inherent value of the technology they sign up for and their ability to put it to work effectively.
In today’s race of moving the digital way, the distance between technical promise done during sales and genuine achievement post the launch is a matter of grave concern.
Someone once mentioned “Good things come in small packages”. Not sure about “good”, but India Inc. can definitely vouch for the fact that ” small is powerful”. There are about 63 M small and medium enterprises in India and they are the most powerful force in the Indian economy. Not only in terms of the growth they can provide, but also the number of jobs they can generate.
Since the beginning of 21st century, our workspace has seen more transformation than it has in the previous 100 years.
With today’s ever-changing business dynamics it makes most sense to have an equally adaptive HRMS cloud solutions (or HR Management Systems) that works in sync with the business processes to provide un-disrupted flow of work.