The deployment of modern technology for workforce management (WFM)—in the cloud, automated, integrated—brings much upside.
First, the employer sees demonstrable gains in productivity. Second, when the technology replaces a legacy system, the reduction in cost can be significant. Together, these benefits have a tendency to yield a healthy ROI. However, the process to find and sign with the right WFM vendor, specifically for Time and Attendance, Scheduling, and Absence Management, technology is rife with potential pitfalls.
During this webinar, Brent Skinner, principal analyst at Nucleus Research, explores when employers should think about replacing their WFM technology—or deploy it for the first time. He’ll also share four things employers should absolutely do before signing a WFM provider contract. A Q&A will follow.
Principal Analyst, Nucleus Research, Inc.
Quoted in The Wall Street Journal, Brent Skinner is Nucleus Research's principal analyst covering vendors, trends, and technologies in human capital management (HCM). His experience in the field of high technology stretches back 20 years. Prior to joining Nucleus, he was technology editor for HRO Today and a ghostwriter supporting thought leadership for a team of corporate executives. Earlier in his career, Brent was a research consultant to Kennedy Information and contributing editor to Executive Recruiter News. He has been an adjunct instructor at Boston University since January 2003.
Senior Product Director, SumTotal Systems
For over 20 years, Craig Fearon, Senior Product Director at SumTotal, has directly impacted the direction of Workforce Management and HCM software throughout the industry with international experience and visionary and competitive leadership. He is responsible for the direction of SumTotal Workforce Management and is the domain subject matter expert which is enhanced by his past roles in sales, consulting, and partner management.