How recent acquisitions are changing the field of HR software, and the decisions customers need to make about the future.
SAP, Oracle and other HR software vendors have a surprising new competitor thanks to the acquisition of Rypple by Salesforce.com.
To some observers, SAP's acquisition of SuccessFactors gives the German conglomerate immediate credibility in SaaS—also called cloud computing.Read More
SAP executives have laid out a future that blends SAP and SuccessFactors' applications in human resources.Read More
More and more companies are establishing bring-your-own-device policies. Once they get past the initial security concerns, most company leaders are finding little downside to allowing employees to use their own smartphones and tablets for work.
Bring-your-own-devices policies should clearly state who can use personal devices for work, what devices they may use, what carriers they may use, and who is responsible for overages if they occur.
To keep track of its pipeline of high performers around the world, the global engineering giant relies on talent management software.Read More
Giving consumers price information about services they pay for seems like an obvious choice, but such data is nearly impossible for the average consumer to come by.Read More
Social media can be a cheap, fun way to educate more tech-savvy employees about benefits options, giving administrators a valuable tool to promote their programs.Read More
More than two dozen states have enacted health care price transparency legislation over the past 10 years.Read More