HR Technology Predictions…Where are They Headed?

Look at the prediction of for expansion of service for mobile and look at today’s BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) policies.  Consider that in 2012 the “cloud” and Software as a Service (SaaS) was being embraced, yet today it is happening with companies migrating from on-premise to the cloud.

The road map below shows these movements and more…

2012 to 2013 and Now in 2014
Expansion of Services for Mobile devices and Social Media Sites Social NetworkingPersonal DevicesMobile vs Desktop Social Media is used for recruiting. BYOD- Bring your own device policies are expected to have great adoption and Mobile is the way of the future
Advanced HR Analytics Predictive Analytics and Big Data HR will finally “see the light” and make analytics a crucial part of their business practices. Big Data will be bigger than ever
Expanding the cloud and embracing Software as Service (SaaS) Cloud Computing and SaaS Continued movement to the Cloud from On-Premise HR Systems is occurring and HR data will be just as secure in the cloud as onsite
Best of Breed System Integration Unified Solution

It will be interesting to track these predictions, see what is added in 2014 and how the industry continues to evolve by who joins the crowd.  It seems that those who choose to grab hold to these changes just might have a slight advantage.  What do you think?

Sources:

http://www.hr-softwareblog.com/2012-hr-technology-trends/

http://www.blogging4jobs.com/events/top-10-hr-predictions-for-2014/

http://www.ihrim.org/News/IHRIM_Top_10_Predictions_2013.pdf

http://searchfinancialapplications.techtarget.com/feature/Top-five-HR-technology-predictions-for-2014

Author: Cathy Duncan, HRIS Manager

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