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Mountain View, CA, United States, 2006/09/28 - In this exclusive webcast, noted Forrester Research analyst Paul Hamerman will share his thoughts on why this progression is important and how it will help organizations build high performance workforces (HCM). NASDAQ: SUMT
Human capital management (HCM) applications are rapidly evolving from basic HR transactional systems like payroll and benefits administration into strategic talent management suites that work in conjunction with organizational learning initiatives. Solutions are now able to align individual employee performance measurement with the strategic goals of the organization and apply learning to performance gaps in an effort to achieve business objectives.
In this exclusive webcast, noted Forrester Research analyst Paul Hamerman will share his thoughts on why this progression is important and how it will help organizations build high performance workforces.
Paul will discuss:
Trends in the workforce and HCM processes;
Primary components of talent management solutions;
Where the gaps are in the ERP HR applications, and how the best of breed applications market fills those gaps;
How the market will evolve based on technology, market consolidation and business trends.
About Paul Hamerman
Paul is a vice president of Forrester Research, covering horizontal applications for management and control and overall trends in the application software industry. His coverage areas include ERP, financial management, human capital and human resources management systems, Sarbanes-Oxley compliance, planning and budgeting, and business performance management. In addition, Paul analyzes overall developments, such as industry consolidation, next-generation architectures, and recurring revenue business models, in collaboration with other Forrester analysts. Paul came to Forrester through its acquisition of Giga Information Group. He has more than 24 years of experience in advisory services, management consulting, and systems integration. His expertise encompasses software selection, business process innovation, strategic IT planning, and software implementation.