Analyzing HCM in the “Real Cloud” with Nucleus Research

October 29, 2015      By Cecile Alper-Leroux

Whether in the workplace as an employee or shopping online as a consumer, we all expect a convenient, unobtrusive, and simple experience with technology.

With respect to HR technology, that means leveraging all-in-one solutions that not only help us to streamline complex or time-consuming tasks, but also present us with meaningful data to make better, more informed decisions.

Case-based firm Nucleus Research refers to these full-service suites as human capital management (HCM) in the “real cloud,” highlighted by the software’s ability to deliver crucial information to people with increased efficiency and less stress, by drawing from sound data stored in the cloud.

To offer a more comprehensive look into HCM in the real cloud, Ultimate Software is pleased to present a live webcast with Brent Skinner, principal analyst for HCM at Nucleus Research, on Wednesday, November 4, at 2:00 P.M. Eastern time.

This one-hour discussion will provide:

  • Insight into the ways organizations are using integrated, full-suite HCM solutions—instead of multiple point systems or a mix of disjointed applications—to overcome today’s top HR challenges
  • A preview of spending trends for 2016, as well as key drivers for investment in HCM
  • A look at the important role service and support plays in facilitating a better user experience throughout the entire customer life cycle, from initial rollout to implementation of additional features
  • Case studies on how Ultimate’s award-winning solution, UltiPro®, has helped our customers achieve their unique goals and realize better business results

“At Nucleus, we’re focused on how technology directly impacts return on investment,” says Skinner. “In assessing the industry and speaking with real-cloud HCM software users—especially those utilizing UltiPro—we’ve found all-in-one HCM suites can provide organizations with greater ROI, based on measurable productivity increases. We’re excited to share some noted success stories and discuss how these integrated solutions can benefit companies across diverse industries.”

The complimentary webcast will conclude with an interactive Q&A session. Register today to attend Highlights from 2015 Nucleus Research Trends in HCM Investments. Anyone currently in the market for HCM technology or with plans to evaluate their solutions in the near future is especially encouraged to join us for this event.

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