Integrating HR Systems for Better Interoperability and Management

Integrating Human Resource systems help organizations in receiving many great benefits. A unified and single source of truth can streamline HR operations, provide real time view of employees, and improve employee records. Integration between Human Resource Systems is an imperative but it is also a rugged challenge.

Every Human resource business system solves one purpose at one point of time. For example,  Human Resources Information System (HRIS) holds the record of employees. On the other hand, a talent profile system will be holding details about talent specific attributes of employees. Combining both these systems will give all the details about talent information at a single place.  

Experts believe that with enhanced integration organizations can harness more value from their talent management systems. Synchronization is needed at some point of time between all systems in an organization. Let’s suppose that an Chicago based organization wants to restructure its data centre at Houston and it urgently needs a data warehouse expert. On a centralized data integration interface, the teams can identify the right resource, and pull out other information associated with him without any disruption. A single source of truth significantly fastens the process of finding inhouse experts for business critical projects.

Another part of the problem is distinct architectural setup of Human Resource based systems, i.e., ERP, SAP, Oracle E, etc. There are like different countries with different languages, customs and religion. These systems use different data formats and moving data between them becomes an uphill task for the IT users. Setting up a point to point connection for seamlessly moving data back and forth can be expensive as it requires IT intervention every time. An automated solution helps organizations in simplifying the computer to computer data interchange and preventing formation of islands of automation.  

Companies hiring huge number of employees need to have capabilities for bringing the information into the necessary systems. Otherwise HR teams will face resurrecting data errors and redo a lot of things. A data connectivity platform can make the whole process agile and less labor intensive.

With better data connectivity, organizations can reuse the existing dumps of data for building accurate reports and improving the entire retention process. The HR Teams can view which employees are performing best or worst. Moreover, they can find out that how a resource is impacting the outcome.

In a nutshell, An integrated HRMS gives a competitive edge to organizations with a complex mix of hybrid application network. It breaks down the information silos, ensure interoperability, improves data accuracy, turbocharges systems and aligns processes with organization's goals.

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