As we approach 2020, technology is both distinguishing and disrupting businesses in every industry across the globe. From retail to financial services to healthcare—organizations are rethinking their entire business models, their strategy, and the technology they use to remain competitive.
Human Resources (HR) is no exception. According to a recent study by MIT Technology Review, two-thirds of companies are either in the late stages or fully deployed for HR in the cloud. Proactive business leaders are relying on the cloud to help elevate HR’s role and redesign their organizations for the future. Here are the top 10 reasons organizations are selecting the simply powerful Oracle Human Capital Management (HCM) Cloud 1.
1 MIT Technology Review, Finance & HR: The Cloud’s New Power Partnership, 2017
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