According to a new Gartner report, "When it comes to HCM technology, many organisations have ageing applications that do not meet current HR and organisational requirements.”1

As the nature of work continues to significantly change and strongly shift to more flexibility in the ways it is organised, business leaders are being encouraged to develop and regularly update an HCM technology strategy that better responds to the current and future demands of digital business.

HR leaders in particular need to understand how this change in work will impact their organisation’s structures and roles, transform processes, and affect the way work is done. They need to work with their IT counterparts to develop their future technology landscape.

Read the “2016–2018 Strategic Roadmap for HCM Technology Investments” report to gain:

  • An understanding of the current and future states of HCM technology
  • Access to a gap analysis and interdependencies
  • Advice on a migration plan with higher-priority, medium-priority, and lower-priority elements

1Gartner Inc. "2016–2018 Strategic Roadmap for HCM Technology Investments," by Helen Poitevin, Jeff Freyermuth, Ron Hanscome, Melanie Lougee, Sam Grinter, Chris Pang, 30 June 2016.




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