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This ISG white paper examines each of these components in the context of moving from an on-premises model to an HR SaaS solution and explore how to take advantage of the opportunities and avoid the pitfalls.
With diversity and inclusion (D&I) programs taking an increasingly important role in organizations today, companies are turning to digital solutions to help drive improved diversity and inclusion.
An uptick in M&A due diligence performed on APAC companies was registered in May, which is precisely when leading HR software and payroll provider Ceridian announced its intent to acquire regional payroll provider Excelity Global (Excelity).
ISG helps enterprises evaluate payroll operations, benchmark costs and prioritize activities to mitigate risk and minimize disruption.
Categories: HR Technology & Transformation
For many businesses, the damage of COVID-19 has come in the form of lost productivity with workers banned from the office under social distancing regulations. For others, however, productivity hasn’t taken such a hit.
The recent announcement of the merger between HR software solutions provider Ultimate Software and workforce management cloud provider Kronos is the latest in a years’ long shake-up of HR tech providers.
Organizations need to harness the force of HR Business Partners to contribute insights and address today’s greatest business challenges.
This article explores some of the key technical and implementation considerations when selecting a HCM solution.
It’s hard to believe it’s been 20 years since the first pioneering HR business process outsourcing (BPO) deals.
Adoption of human capital management (HCM) software-as-a-service (SaaS) solutions continues to rapidly expand across all types and sizes of HR organizations as leadership looks for ways to provide more efficient HR and payroll services.
After more than a decade of speculation about the future for U.K.-based HR provider NGA Human Resources, acquisition by U.S.-based HR provider Alight Solutions is imminent sometime this fall.
Enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems — the business management tools that allow businesses to collect, manage and interpret their data — are struggling to keep up with the speed of change.
HR organizations today face the competitive challenges of becoming a top destination for talent, building the workforce of the future, managing an agile organization and retaining top employees.
Five years ago, if I asked an enterprise client selecting a new enterprise resource planning (ERP) system if they were considering moving to the cloud, the response was usually a definitive no.