Creating a global process platform Core HR: Why and how

Many organizations today need to manage talent globally. Is yours one of them? The cultural, geographic, linguistic, and structural silos that divide global enterprises are smaller obstacles than ever if you have the right technology. Cloud technology — especially talent management systems integrated with core HR systems — can bridge differences and break down boundaries

Six questions to ask before moving core HR into the cloud

Globalization is putting enormous pressure on HR to standardize systems and processes.1 The lack of a single global system of record for core HR data — such as name, payroll, benefits, talent, and contact information, as well as legally required documentation — prevents companies from operating effectively and efficiently. As companies race to expand into

Racing for Results or moving in circles

Today, there’s lots of talk about moving core HR into the cloud. Sure, you can benefit from making the move, but it’s not a race you should begin without knowing what you’re getting into. Some vendors may pressure you to quickly rip and replace your current system. Going fast is fine, but you don’t want

SAP Crystal Solutions What’s New In 2011

SAP® Crystal solutions offer an open, self-serve approach to entry-level business intelligence that enables business users to explore, view, report, visualize, and manage actionable information in a secure environment. SAP Crystal solutions include SAP Crystal Server software, designed for data exploration, report viewing, dashboard viewing, management, and delivery; the SAP Crystal Reports® family of offerings,

Self-Service: An Essential Capability Of BI

There are major forces at play that are changing how business operates: Business processes are becoming more integrated and complex, economic pressures are forcing companies to do more with less, and the amount of information available is becoming more overwhelming. To meet these changing conditions, companies of all sizes are progressively more dependent on increasing