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This case study outlines LDM Technologies’ transition to Ultimate Software’s UltiPro solution from paper-based human resources (HR) processes and outsourced payroll management. Learn how by using a paperless system, LDM eliminated inappropriate benefits payments and received a 286 percent return on investment (ROI) within five months.

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Using Service Management Software to Enhance the Customer Experience

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These days, high quality is a customer expectation; product features and related service become competitive differentiators. So how can service management software for field service and for depot repair be leveraged to drive up customer satisfaction levels, increase sales of service offerings, and thereby drive revenue and margin? Read this whitepaper to learn more, with a special emphasis on some of the new and emerging technologies that best-in-class companies will adopt in the months to come. Read More

25 Ways to Positively Impact Payroll

Payroll can be looked at as a huge cost center—not only with respect to wages and salaries, but also with regards to the cost of processing. Controlling costs in payroll means big savings to the bottom line. Also, increased efficiencies and streamlined processes benefit all employees, and improvements in payroll add value to your organization. If given due attention, payroll can have enormous strategic impact at any company.

This document looks at using automation, information, reconciliation, process improvement, and new technologies to make positive changes to payroll, and reap the benefits these changes can provide. Learn 25 ways to positively impact payroll, from how going green can reduce waste and cut costs to how payroll-related networking groups can help affect change and how auditing and tax reconciliation can save time spent problem-solving and filling in gaps later.

Automating your workflows can reduce the risk of error and decrease time to approval, electronic timekeeping can save time and reduce errors, and improving payroll reporting can provide accurate information for all employees. Find out more about how these and other actions can have a huge positive impact on payroll at your company, with this list of payroll-impacting actions from Ultimate Software.  Read More

Putting People at the Center of Technology Design

Cloud provider of people management solutions for global businesses, Ultimate Software is dedicated to building the highest-quality, cutting-edge solutions for human resources (HR), payroll, and talent management. This paper explains the main drivers behind Ultimate’s people-first technology strategy and architecture, and how its approach is improving the work experiences for its customers and their employees. Read More

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It's not easy being in human resources (HR). Globalization, a challenging economy, advances in technology, a competitive labor market, and a more fluid workforce have all had a significant impact on the way that HR executives do their jobs. In addition, the field is becoming increasingly more complex. Learn how integrating business intelligence (BI) with HR can generate efficiencies and make strategic decisions around staffing. Read More

UltiPro Human Resources Certification Report

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UltiPro by Ultimate Software is now TEC Certified for online evaluation of Human Resources (HR) solutions in the Human Capital Management (HCM) Evaluation Center. UltiPro’s service-based architecture facilitates communication among all parts of the system and the system parts and third-party solutions. Ultimate Software will be delivering its solution through the new UCloud Platform, which will enable continuous delivery and is aligned with ongoing product development in a secure and scalable manner. Download the UltiPro certification report now for all the details.  Read More
 
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