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Magazine article HRMagazine

Technology

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Plans to adopt new technologies, analyze HR processes and extend manager self-service are among the top trends identified by Towers Watson's 2013 HR Service Delivery and Technology Survey. The survey report, released in August, is based on responses from 1,025 participants from 32 countries. Here's what the survey found:

Adopting New Technology

29% of organizations plan to adopt a new human resource management system in the near future.

Among organizations seeking a new system, 35% are considering only software-as-aservice solutions, almost three times the percentage considering only an on-premise solution.

88% of organizations will look at software-as-a-service as a replacement for their existing human resource management system.

1 in 3 organizations will ultimately choose a software-as-a-solution-based platform.

Initiatives Undertaken in Previous 18 Months

Built or further invested in an HR analytics function

24%

Implemented a new human resource management system

22%

Implemented and leveraged manager self-service

21%

Going Mobile

36% of companies provide access to HR applications via mobile platforms.

4 of 5 companies report satisfaction with their mobile HR experience.

Among the 4 in 10 organizations that offer mobile HR applications, employee directories and time-and-attendance recording are by far the most prevalent technologies. …

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