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From HR Manager to HCM Strategist in 4 Easy Steps

Source: Ultimate Software
Forward-thinking HR teams have quickly realized the way to elevate HR’s strategic capabilities and their business to their maximum potential is to go beyond the adoption of reporting applications and recognize the importance of building a cohesive business intelligence infrastructure, one that offers a single version of the truth for a global workforce in one centralized HCM database, delivers tools to gather data and run reports from all areas of HCM, and produces strategic and predictive metrics as well as tactical reports.


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