For those attending this week’s HR Technology Conference in Las Vegas, we have a two-part guide to making the most of the show. This is Part 1. Part 2 appears later today.
SuccessConnect 2017 marked an all-new leadership team on stage. Why the changes? No one better to ask than SAP cloud chief Rob Enslin, who also shared news on SuccessFactors-on-HANA and SAP payroll.
The SuccessConnect day one keynote is in the books. Here's some impromptu reactions, critiques, and questions I'm pursuing for the rest of the show.
Workday surprised some of us by recently announcing a mid-market offering. Following a deep dive briefing, Den and Brian offer their perspectives on what this means for both U.S. and European markets.
Five takeaways from PepsiCo's global head of HR operations in the wake of rolling out SAP SuccessFactors to 260,000 employees earlier this year
The concept of reverse mentoring has now morphed into the idea of mutual mentoring. Cath Everett talks to two tech companies which have introduced the approach into their own organisations.
Salesforce-native applications vendor FinancialForce has outsourced its roadmap for HCM to ADP so that it can focus in on its 'ERP for services' vision
Holger Mueller and Den Howlett offer a quick overview of the opening day keynote at FinancialForce Community Live 2017. Key points cover tone, ADP partnership and revrec.
Ceridian impressed with consistent messaging along with clear evidence of delivery. It earns high praise in a market that's resplendent with 'me too' offerings.
SuiteWorld 17 has come and gone but this year, we found eight customer stories that are worth the reading along with three others that capture the essence of the strategies Oracle NetSuite is deploying.
The big product news from NetSuite this week is SuitePeople, a full-function core HR system that's deeply embedded in the cloud ERP platform
Fairsail's CEO says its acquisition by Sage creates an opportunity to dominate the midmarket in global HR and payroll
Some intriguing digital payroll futures are in the works at SAP and elsewhere, even though existing systems are among the last to move to the cloud