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Wednesday, May 05, 2010


HR Software Moving to SaaS

Many companies looking to implement HR software are considering SaaS options.

The future of HR software lies in SaaS, or Software as a Service, which requires the software to be maintained by the provider and frees up resources companies can use to focus on other projects.

According to a survey from Saugatuck Technologies and Plateau Systems, HR departments view SaaS as a way to stay on top of recruiting and other company goals, but also want their CIOs to make sure support comes with the package.

"It is clear from this research that HR is broadly adopting SaaS solutions to help them meet their business objectives," Jeff Kristick, senior vice president of marketing at Plateau, said. "It is equally clear that not all SaaS solutions and vendors are created equal.

"We partnered with Saugatuck Technology to explore these issues, and found that not only is HR headed to the cloud, but also that, importantly, HR executives identify 'Service' – a component they find to be lacking in many SaaS HR solutions – as the most important consideration when evaluating SaaS solutions," he added.

According to the survey, respondents believe the biggest business challenges during the next two years will be: organizational change and transformation; addressing the skills gap; reducing overall labor costs; and leveraging technology to improve business performance.

In addition, many HR executives believe their current systems are falling short of helping them meet those goals. Many respondents plan to use cloud-based solutions, including SaaS, to help bridge the effectiveness gaps.

The survey further found:


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