In the past, HR has always been associated with the support functions across the industry. Today, HR has been recognized as strategic business partner to propel organization forward. They have evolved, and thanks to technology, they are now (should we add on “tomorrow and beyond”) part of the key contributors to the growth.
How? With a more active role in driving business objectives, HR is looking to technology to help. Software, systems, collaborative tools and all things technology are driving efficiency and innovation in workplace resulting into competitive edge in the market.
The claim above is supported by techtarget.com with their predictions of five HR technology trends for 2013 to include more investment in Software as a Service (SaaS), the rise of HR master data management, HR will assume a strategic stance, Social performance management to edge out the annual review and more focus on engagement.
In this fast growing market, they are aware of the latest technologies in HR with the feeling of not to be left back in the dust by competitors. Isn’t it a good time as any for you to be engaged with their great needs and requirements?
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