Category Archives: Vendors

White Paper: Poor Application Integration is Costing You Revenue

Many companies are abandoning disparate HR point solutions in favor of integrated platforms or integration solutions that provide more insight and efficiency. This white paper examines the revenue opportunities awaiting HR software application developers and vendors that capitalize on this trend with truly seamless integrated automation beyond limited APIs. Download it now.

APIs, Are They the Complete Answer?

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,

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Video: Lies of APIs

There is no API (application programming interface) standard for HR applications. All APIs are different in how they’re built, how they are implemented and how they’re documented. CloudMills has deep expertise and understanding of all available APIs, and the CloudMills platform is built to accommodate them all. That means no experimentation or trial and error

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White Paper: Problems with Manual and Partial Integration Strategies

Extending the life of legacy HR applications by adding new features from niche HR vendors is a viable strategy. You get the latest features while leaving the adequate legacy application alone. The challenge, however, is integrating applications to ensure data flows smoothly from one to another without time-consuming oversight or costly errors. Our latest white

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Infographic: Full Integration Will Boost Your Bottom Line

The world of HR is big and complex, and made more difficult by non-integrated HR applications that affect productivity, strategic planning and ultimately, a company’s revenue. Incompatibility in HR solutions creates: Difficulties tracking transactions to find the source of incompatibility errors Inefficiencies and errors—applications that can’t communicate with one another Additional IT investments—legacy systems that

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The Impact of Manual Integrations on Reporting

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

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