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15 January '15 | Ralf Reich

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14 January '15 | Manesh Rajendran

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13 January '15 | Anil Gandharve

The New Omnichannel Dynamic: Finding Core Principles Across Industries

13 January '15 | Debjyoti Paul

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02 December '14 | Anshuman Singh

Apple Pay – The Best Is Yet To Come

02 December '14 | Indy Sawhney

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01 December '14 | Amit Varma

3 Stages of FATCA Testing and Quality Assurance

06 October '14 | Raman Suprajarama

3 Reasons why Apple Pay could dominate the payments space

18 September '14 | Gaurav Johri

Beacon of Hope: Serving Growth and Customer Satisfaction

05 August '14 | Debjyoti Paul

The Dos and Don’ts of Emerging Technologies Like iBeacon

30 July '14 | Debjyoti Paul

What You Sold Us On – eCommerce Award Finalist Selections

17 July '14 | Anshuman Singh

3 Steps to Getting Started with Microsoft Azure Cloud Services

04 June '14 | Koushik Ramani

8 Steps to Building a Successful Self Service Portal

03 June '14 | Giridhar LV

Innovation outsourced – a myth or a mirage or a truth staring at us?

13 January '14 | Ramesh Hosahalli

What does a mobile user want?

03 January '14 | Gopikrishna Aravindan

Make HR Transformation a Destination Rather Than a Journey

Posted on: 20 August '15

Today’s companies are turning to their Human Resources (HR) departments to help them stay afloat in a sea of changes to business practices, as well as social changes. In the midst of reduced employee engagement, high attrition rates, and a lack of insight into workforce data, HR managers are reevaluating their HR strategies and planning for transformational change.

Traditional strategy and execution methods tend to make HR transformation more of a journey than a destination. If the journey is lengthy, it’s because the methodology makes transformation dependent on requirements elicitation, followed by business process reengineering, and eventually a detailed scope, and selection and implementation of a suitable enterprise resource planning platform.

What if there were a product on the market that could turn the journey into a destination? Of course, the requirements would be a tall order for any application to meet: the product would have to combine social collaboration, mobility, and big data with analytics services to significantly impact efficiency in workforce planning, onboarding, performance management, and compensation and benefits administration. In fact, the very concept of a modern HR operation is transformative.

Oracle Fusion Human Capital Management (HCM) is the ideal solution for companies seeking to transform their fragmented HR landscapes. It’s a one-stop solution that is talent-centric, insightful, and equipped with social and mobile capabilities.

Here are the top four features that make Fusion HCM both a transformation and a destination:

  • Legacy processes go through natural optimization when you move them to Fusion HCM, because the application reimagines business processes.
  • Fusion HCM’s native mobility gives employees freedom for on-the-go navigation to personal information, a company directory, career planner, and more.
  • Because the application is social by design, its collaboration capabilities within the organization and with the external world make a remarkable difference in the employee experience.
  • The digital application experience that allows users to navigate beyond laptops and desktops to mobile devices transforms employee engagement and goes a long way towards simplifying transactions.

Arrive at HR Transformation in 14 – 16 Weeks

Are you ready for an HR transformation with a refreshing timeline of 14 – 16 weeks? The rapid implementation of Fusion HCM or Taleo offers opportunities for immediate business value. To streamline the adoption path and make it more predictable, you need a partner who can tackle end-to-end processes, from cloud-readiness assessment to implementation, maintenance, upgrades, and support.

Mindtree’s Oracle services practice has extensive expertise helping enterprises undergo HR transformation with Fusion HCM and Taleo. Our fixed-scope offerings change the way our clients hire, grow, and retain a workforce. To ensure fast and thorough results, we developed our proprietary implementation framework, mVANTAGE, at our Oracle Center of Excellence.

Pamela Kundu

Pamela is an Oracle consultant with 11+ years of work experience in Oracle ERP in HCM domain. She is an avid technology enthusiast, keen on exploring emerging Cloud based HCM platforms and solutions around governance and compliance.