For vendor insights, we provide The HRIS World Content Series: Next Gen Vendor™ to promote their companies, products, services, and visions -- the Next Gen Vendor™ insights consists of 3 series...
- The HRIS World Vendor Spotlight™ focuses on the different aspects of the SMB / SME vendor, their services and software
- The HRIS World Vendor Interview Series™ focuses on the SMB and Enterprise vendor’s decision makers alike, their thoughts for the future of work as well as their own company, and what they see as the challenges coming up in the industry
- The HRIS World Enterprise Software Options™ focuses on the different aspects of the Enterprise vendor, their services and software
All 3 series can be found through the second menu at the top of any page under The HRIS World Content Series™
The Vendor Interview Series is provided in email, podcast and video interview format while the other two series are provided in a mix of the three to supplement the content.
You will find various aspects of a vendors business as well as any announcement of webinars, group demos, and conferences a vendor may be conducting.
If you are a vendor wanting to contribute to either series via a post or interview, feel free to click the blue contact us button on the lower right of your screen to let us know how we can assist -- or if you are reading this by our newsletter, then hit the reply button to get back to us!
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An Update On Our Launched Programs and Projects
Projects and Programs Launched Our newsletters, news magazines, as well as our Content Series, have been launched, focusing on several verticals to give you and our audiences a choice on what to focus on. Our newsletters provide several options, including any choice(s) of our Content Series (or the entire Content Series), podcasts, and/or webinars as well as the option to receive everything we publish. Our current topics in our Content Series include AI and HR Millennials Vendor Spotlight Vendor Interviews Enterprise Software Options Leadership Project Management Insights HR Dog (why is the technology tail still wagging the HR dog?) Our 15+ News Magazines have been launched through Flipboard and are fed from RSS feeds and alerts we have set up across the internet and cover the topics in our content series as well as HR management, HR Technology, Analytics, Conferences, Learning, the industry as a whole, Future of World and a couple of side magazine on Economics and ...
4 Ways Compliance Software Can Reduce the Strain on HR
How Does Compliance Management reduce the strain on HR? Non-Compliance Can Result In Surprise Penalties and Fees, Thereby Increasing the Strain on HR One of the more difficult aspects associated with running a business is the constant threat of non-compliance. Generally, these rules are made to ensure the safety and success of a business and their staff, but with changes so often implemented to legislation, it is not uncommon for businesses to be fined for not complying with a regulation they weren’t even aware of. In fact, the term ‘HR’ in itself can encompass anything under the umbrella of administration and anyone who works in this area will know there is more to it than paperwork. But, what if the different components of HR aren’t communicating with one another? Payroll, Recruitment, Company policy, etc. If these aren’t connected in some manner, mismanagement can exacerbate lost time and money. Software that ...
With All the Praise of Their First Release, WhoKnows Leaps Forward with a New Release
If you have been following this series on WhoKnows, you know we have introduced you to who the are how their Discover Engine breaks through the NLP accuracy level by more than 40%, and how their Quantum Profile is the means of breaking down silos down completely within even the largest of organizations Then you will also know with all the praise they received from their first release when they hit the ground running, WhoKnows would have to leap forward if they had a new release... Well, they did! Enough so their CEO Chris Macomber can still say unequivocally: “We promise our customers: no more silos, no more throwing a query or problem over the fence to another team. “Our customers are not only envisioning but experiencing an enterprise that is as personal and close-knit as a startup garage team.” If you haven't, just click the links above so you can either get caught ...
Taking a Step Back to Look At WhoKnows
Who is This Silo Buster That Can Tap Your Company-wide Expertise Right Now? Before everything starting breaking down on us in late October and finally resulted in us being offline until early December, we were introducing you to WhoKnows. Straight out, their CEO Chris Macomber and his team is leading the revolution in Knowledge Management solutions including the discovery and capture of data on tacit and explicit knowledge, credible insight into their skills, expertise, accomplishments, aspirations, and social endorsements answering these questions: Who knows what? Who knows how? Why? and Who knows who? The result: smarter faster collaboration, productivity, talent acquisition, workforce planning and increased overall ROI. As Chris Macomber says...
The WhoKnows Quantum Profile – The Silo Buster
In one of our earlier posts, we introduced the overall concept of WhoKnows as well as the mission and promise of CEO Chris Macomber to provide "no more silos, no more throwing a query or problem over the fence to another team... Our customers are not only envisioning but experiencing an enterprise that is as personal and close-knit as a startup garage team." We noted that Chris's team is leading the revolution in Knowledge Management solutions including the discovery and capture of data on tacit and explicit knowledge, credible insight into their skills, expertise, accomplishments, aspirations, and social endorsements answering these questions: Who knows what? Who knows how? Why? and Who knows who? Resulting in smarter faster collaboration, productivity, talent acquisition, workforce planning and increased overall ROI.
The WhoKnows Discover Engine Breaks Through the Natural Language Processing Accuracy Level by More than 40%
Whether you don't know anything about natural language processing or if you do, this post is a door to a new level in HR for you. Last week, we were very pleased to introduce WhoKnows Inc as being part of the launch of our Next Gen Vendors™ series (see our post here). Straight out — their CEO Chris Macomber and his team is leading the revolution in Knowledge Management solutions including the discovery and capture of data on tacit and explicit knowledge, credible insight into their skills, expertise, accomplishments, aspirations, and social endorsements answering these questions: Who knows what? Who knows how? Why? and Who knows who? The result? Smarter faster collaboration, productivity, talent acquisition, workforce planning and increased overall ROI. As Chris Macomber, WhoKnows' CEO says: "We promise our customers: no more silos, no more throwing a query or problem over the fence to another team. Our customers are not only ...
WhoKnows Inc. Now Participating In
The HRIS World Content Series: Next Gen Vendors™
By popular demand, HRIS World is announcing the roll out of its newest service: The HRIS World Content Series: Next Gen Vendors™, the goal of which is to provide companies like yours with the latest and greatest in HR and HRIS tools, solutions, and thought leadership so you get up-to-date actionable insights into the most innovative new solutions and vendors – their product, services, the team and leaders behind the logos. To discover more about the Next Gen Vendors™ insights, click this toggle box for more information... Some amazing solution providers have already contacted us -- even before we formally announced, so word is getting around! And we discovered that by providing insight on next gen solutions, some of the spotlight is on what we're doing as well. Such is the case with WhoKnows, Inc. headquartered in the heart of Silicon Valley in Redwood City, California.
As Important Talent Management Is, Are You Selecting the Right System?
If you haven’t figured it out by now, then let me be for first to tell you that your HR department of even 5 years ago has left the building. Anything 15 or even 10 years ago can now be found in the archives of most libraries, if they are keeping archives of such. There have been changes on all levels… Globally, the workforce is shrinking and the workload is expanding – meaning the workforce today is facing more decisions on their own and fewer people to look up to for direction. Formal education is creating a skills scarcity as the rate of change of technology is now faster than the rate most are being educated – students are learning on their own in many areas of the world while taking classes that will be outdated by the time they graduate, they are learning the need to know how to ...
What They Don’t Tell You Before Obtaining A New HRIS System
The market for HR / HR technology / HRIS software is trying to keep pace with the demand and for good reason -- a LOT of systems are getting old, which means the technology and the means for reporting are already old (5 years or more is considered old). This also means the demands and means to search for a system, solutions and/or software is also growing -- where there is a need, there are those willing to fill the need. This includes, but is not limited to, blogs and companies that focus specifically on the pros and cons, ins and outs, as well as bells and whistles of the latest versions of various systems. As these resources are already available to you, what we are NOT going to do is tell you with this post is what to buy nor are we going to tell you if integrated or best-in-class ...
Enterprise Resource Planning
The global economy is showing signs of recovery after the great economic depression. Therefore, the career aspirants are now optimistic to find new avenues to pave the path for their career. People are trying to rebuild their career in order to overcome their distressful financial situation. According to the IT experts, ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) with its comprehensive modern scope is a sensational thing that will encompass the world. An organization uses ERP to incorporate the data and processes into a single system which include components like hardware and software. The latest ERP systems can cover a wide range of purposes that includes Human Resources Supply Chain Management Customer Relations Management Financials and Manufacturing functions and then combine them into a single unified database. Different functions are set in the ERP database; therefore it is termed as a wide umbrella. Know about the working procedure of ERP If an ...