SaaS (Software as a Service) is a fast-growing business model for acquiring, using and paying for functionality, including recruitment, hiring and human resources functions. Two key things are behind the popularity of the SaaS pay-as-you-go model for human resources functions: low investment and deployment costs. As a result, SaaS will be widely adopted in aContinue reading “The Future of Human Resources Will Be SaaS”
The ease and cost-effectiveness of cloud-based technology can be extremely seductive for human resources. Why not? SaaS can automate many HR functions, leaving more time to develop and promote top talent. Although there are many reasons why the cloud will seduce human resources, here are some ways to keep it from becoming HR’s next nightmare!Continue reading “Human Resources Seduced by the Cloud?”
The cloud is everywhere, and it is poised to consume virtually every business. But will it be the same “cloud” we know today? The spread of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) is only just starting to transform the way we consider enterprise software. Cloud-computing and other subscription-based programs are being embraced by everyone from leading organizations (Salesforce, OracleContinue reading “Wired: Look Forward to a Post-Subscription Software Sales World”
If one thing can be said about 2012, it is that it was an exciting time to be working in the cloud, especially for human resources professionals. 2012 brought several innovations—from advances in Recruitment and Hiring to onboarding, HRMS and payroll—with cloud-based software revolutionizing the way HR works.
See on Scoop.it – Digital Human Resources News The Software-as-a-Service enterprise market is big — some estimates put it at $1 trillion — with small, start-ups playing a huge part in this new business model. Some companies are ditching old platforms for new cloud-computing providers, offering affordable (or even pay-as-you-go) systems that are implemented in days, notContinue reading “SaaS: Enterprise Software Vendors Still Deny Reality”