HR Shared Services Survey: Prioritizing Objectives & Deploying Technology
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Join us for the HR Shared Services Institute's 2013 annual HR Shared Services (HRSS) Survey results, presented by Jim Scully – the survey's author and president of the Institute, and a leading shared services consultant. This webinar will highlight the more popular technologies coming onto the market, and show you how companies are prioritizing objectives. The webinar will cover:
- Prioritization of HR business objectives and budget
- Current and anticipated HRSS delivery models, organization and staffing
- New technologies – current and emerging – to enable this transformation
- Planned and future HR process improvements, including technology deployments
As a webinar participant, you will receive the full survey report to use as a basis for strengthening and validating your own HRSS Center strategy and spend.
Don't miss this opportunity to benchmark your HR operations against the best practices of others.
Jim Scully is the founder of the HR Shared Services Institute, and a leading shared services consultant based in Atlanta, Georgia. He works with companies globally to evaluate, design and implement value-driven HR service delivery models that tailor world-class solutions to meet the specific needs of client organizations. Prior to founding the Shared Services Institute, Jim directed the HR Shared Services operations for Georgia-Pacific Corporation – serving an employee population of 50,000. Under his leadership, the HR Service Center gained year-over-year improvements in customer satisfaction while achieving significant operational cost savings. Jim also led major HR shared services and effectiveness projects for Hewitt.
Jim will be reporting on:
The Third Turning – the shift underway from client-server to cloud computing as the third turning in HRMS
Cloudy on Cloud? – SaaS, Hosted, Single-Tenant, Multi-Tenant
Wade or Wait? – the different strategies an organization may consider in terms of approaching the third turning; risks and rewards
Aptized! – the fundamental shift to an app approach to HRIS and what it means for custom, niche-solution development
Is it Safe? – the risks associated with cloud computing and how they are being addressed by the market
Platform-as-a-Service: Tomorrow's Mainframe? – how PaaS allows companies to develop custom applications using the infrastructure and development toolkit of a vendor to combine the customization flexibility of mainframe with the cost advantages of SaaS