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  1. 1. Aligning HR Technology with the Business Strategy is Critical to PerformanceThe majority of full suite implementations deployed have failed. 1. the technology (from architecture to functionality to service) needs to be about and for the workforce and not for the HR department; and 2. the Deployment and Usability of the technology is more important that the features and functionality.This is where the vendors have failed the market. HR technology has focused too much on transactional initiatives,compliance and risk management, and administrative automation which greatly limits the ROI value-proposition toone of labor arbitrage.“Talent Management is a business process not a technology. Talent management is not human resources, it is abusiness process. If you separate HR and the business, into silos or data warehouses it’s HARD to bring them backtogether.” Jason Averbrook debating with Gartner’s Jim Holincheck.Deployment and Usability are as important as features and functionality.The “consumer” is no longer HR. The consumer is the workforce. With advances in portal capabilities, single sign-on,SaaS, and the fact that the average enterprise has multiple systems future software and tools are more likely to bedeployed into existing platforms via “Apps” versus enterprises implementing entire new systems.For small and mid-sized businesses, choosing systems and apps basedon usability is key to realizing value. End-user businesses need tostart with Competencies and Capabilities and develop those beforeimplementing technology or optimizing back-office processes liketraditional HR. Said differently, if you have $1 to invest in HRtechnology it’s best to invest it in developing and improving capabilitiesand competencies for the majority of businesses.To ensure value is realized from the deployment of HR technologiesover-communication and training was greatly preached by all thepresenters. Many commented that training is the best way to ensureadoption and that an added benefit is that training is the best employeeretention tool as employee engagement drives all other activities andmetrics.The Impact of Talent Management The Impact of Performance ManagementEphor Group | 1-(800) 379-9330 | www.ephorgroup.com | 24 E. Greenway Plaza Suite 440 | Houston, TX 77046

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