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Product Review: Ramco HCM
Many HR issues, including talent management, are common points of interest for HR (and related software) vendors. As such, many are designing their products to

example dss product  the HCM space. For example, Ramco’s HCM solution provides unique technology and analytics platforms and predictive tools that help with employee retention and productivity Together, these capabilities provide the ability for organizations to have the right data and tools at the right time. In an e-mail exchange, Goldberg explained that Ramco's Workforce Planning Toolkit (also known as HCM Interventions ) is a brand-new HR solution concept involving predictive analytics and modeling in the context of

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