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Category Archives: Accuracy and Data Integrity
Integrating disparate HR applications—such as time and attendance, payroll, and talent management systems—can add tremendous productivity gains. For instance, a common scenario is to integrate an applicant tracking system (ATS) with an onboarding system. By automatically transferring information captured in the ATS about newly-hired employees to the onboarding system, companies can eliminate redundant data entry,
For software vendors, dealing with application integration can be something of a quandary. If they devote a lot of time and money to integration, they’re diverting limited resources they probably should apply to their core product. So, when you need assistance with integrating your HR applications, you may find that your vendor doesn’t offer this
The opportunities for HR departments to benefit from technology have never been greater. There are myriad vendors for any technology need an HR department may have. However, there is a downside to this level of choice. To orchestrate the flow of data between applications is difficult, like managing a team of people who all speak
Creating reports by gathering data through multiple software systems has always been a tedious and time-intensive task. In today’s connected world, the average U.S. company could have six or seven separate systems for storing and managing data. If those systems are not professionally integrated and automatically synchronized, collating and making sense of the data is
Even though HR applications are rapidly growing in power and sophistication, accuracy and data integrity within organizations are still suffering. That’s because—unfortunately—integrations are typically an afterthought. The source of the problem includes poorly integrated applications and setups that require manual integrations. Your objective as an HR application vendor should be to secure the support you