When many professionals in 2014 think of the power of transformative technology in HR, they often think of powerful new business intelligence systems with the ability to collect and analyze massive stockpiles of data. They think of comprehensive solutions that are big, complicated and ultimately earth- shattering.
There’s merit to that, but there’s also a much simpler truth in HR tech – it often has its most profound impact in more modest ways. A good technology solution can reform the way your company handles the most basic tasks, such as administering payroll and benefits. As long as it’s efficient and highly usable, it should have a profound effect on your company’s bottom line. The key takeaway here is that usability leads directly to ROI.
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