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Technology, Service, and Mobility: Defining the Ideal HR System for Medium to Large Businesses

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Rising competition, costs, and compliance obligations spell the end for patchwork HR systems from multiple vendors. Medium to large companies want to gain meaningful value from a single, cloud-based HR system that offers truly integrated technology (not just a pretty dashboard), mobile accessibility, and support from a dedicated service team with the ability to solve issues when they happen—day or night.

To stay competitive and in compliance, companies tie up as much as 80 percent of operational expenses in their people. As a result, they’re looking for bold solutions that can help deliver a greater return from their labor costs and remove barriers to employee productivity.

They’re looking for faster, smarter, and more efficient employee management that not only makes their current processes easier, but uncovers new opportunities to control labor costs and improve workforce productivity.

Ultimately, many companies are looking for an ideal situation where their HR information system and the service team that supports it are dedicated to controlling labor costs and maximizing labor investments.

Learn what a CFO Research study* revealed about mid-sized companies’ HR management strategies, find out how to identify an ideal HR information system for your company, and get three questions to take with you as you research potential technology and service solutions.

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