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Health Care and Social Work
One of the paradoxes of the health care and social work industry is that even though information and knowledge are essential for its success, practitioners are

health care and social work  the paradoxes of the health care and social work industry is that even though information and knowledge are essential for its success, practitioners are quite reluctant when it comes to using information technology and business software that can help them manage information. One of the reasons for this may be that older members of the medical profession may find using information technologies more challenging than younger doctors, nurses, or social workers. Also, decision makers in health care and social Read More...
You Still Need ERP, Even If Naysayers Say You Don’t
After coming across the Forbes article The End Of ERP and quite a few spin-off articles about the imminent death of ERP, I became somewhat concerned about how

health care and social work  the service industry (e.g., health care, the public sector, hospitality, travel, loyalty- and subscription-based services) being primarily catered to by more generic types of offering that are not part of the usual suspect line up of product-centric ERP vendors (e.g., SAP, Oracle, Microsoft), financials being just about the only common point between these two groups. But a significant number of service industries (e.g., health, maintenance, public sector etc.) still require the handling of physical Read More...
KronosWorks 2011: Beyond Time Clocks for Modern Workforce Management
Kronos, the company that introduced the first micro-processor time clock in the 1970s, knows how tricky workforce management (WFM) can be. In this article, TEC

health care and social work  80 percent of the health care market). API is a good niche company that was regularly giving Kronos a run for its money in health care—hence Kronos’ intentions to buy it. It will be interesting to watch what Kronos can do in other verticals without facing similar anti-trust issues.   Customer Panel Takeaways The customer panel organized by Kronos for industry analysts revealed many of the aforementioned sentiments about the difficulties of managing workforce. Again, contrary to machine assets and Read More...
KronosWorks 2013: The World''s Leading Workforce Information Exchange
This year’s Kronos user conference took place in Orlando, Florida, and confirmed that Kronos remains a very competitive vendor in the workforce management (WFM)

health care and social work  Ain pointed out that health care is the best/biggest sector (in the US), manufacturing is the fastest growing, retail is doing fine, service and distribution is the least developed, while the public sector is challenged (US and everywhere due to the austerity cuts). Thus, perhaps we could speculate that, given its history of 65 acquisitions, Kronos might want to look at ServiceMax, TOA Tech, VSI, or other field service management (FSM) vendors to bolster its capabilities in the FSM sector. In addition, Read More...
PegaWorld 2011 Revisited
How did Pegasystems avert disaster and become one of the fastest growing technology companies? The business process management (BPM) vendor started delivering

health care and social work  banking, and investments) and health care. Pega’s impressive growth might not be sustainable unless the company begins to diversify geographically and industry-wise, say in Latin America and in retail, travel & hospitality, oil & gas, pharmaceuticals, consumer goods, etc. Its acquisition of Chordiant has brought additional telecommunications customers to the fold.   What’s New in Pega BPM 6.2? Kerim Akgonul, Pega’s vice president (VP) of product management, started his keynote presentation Read More...
Saba’s @Work 2014 Global Summit—The Impact of Happiness
Everyone knows that a happy worker is a productive worker. In fact, many successful companies today have embraced this concept in an effort to enhance employee

health care and social work  Saba @Work 2014 Global Summit, employee happiness, employee productivity, Saba 2014 summit, talent management Read More...
Moxie Software Offers Free Social Collaboration Apps
The days of companies making serious investments in general purpose social networks and collaboration tools seem to be numbered. The true value of collaboration

health care and social work  the consumer service, financial, healthcare, high-tech, and media and entertainment industries. Moxie Software’s social offering is different from competitors’ “freemium” teaser offerings that all too often impose limitations on the number of users, key features, or time of free use. Enterprises will pay only when value is realized and that happens when collaboration is integrated to a specific business process such as social knowledge management or social customer service and support. Read More...
Social Job Distribution: Making Job Listings Visible on Facebook and Twitter
Wondering if you''re making the most of social media in your talent acquisition efforts? Or even where to get started? To recruit the best talent, you need to

health care and social work  talent, talent management, hiring, Oracle HCM, HCM Oracle, talent Oracle, Oracle talent, recruiting, recruitment, Oracle, staffing, SaaS HR, HR SaaS, Facebook, Twitter, social recruit, social networks Read More...
Social ERP Emerges, Transforms the Way People Work (Part 2)
In part one of this series, we looked at how and why social media capabilities are impacting enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions. We looked at the

health care and social work  social ERP, social ERP capabilities, social and ERP, social ERP system, social with ERP Read More...
Don’t Get Left behind: A Reality Check on Social Networking and Customer Relationships
Web 2.0 and social networking tools and trends are having a huge impact on business today. But to realize the benefits of social networking, you need to

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Social Media and the Future of Business
The buzz is that social media can be used to benefit business. So what are the social media platforms (SMPs) that are economically relevant to a business

health care and social work  social media for business,business social media,social media,esmp Read More...
How Social Networks Enhance Workflow Performance
HCM Product Strategist Aaron Green shares Oracle’s perspective on social technology and the role it plays in human resources (HR) processes.

health care and social work  social HR,Aaron Green,social media HCM,HCM technology,HCM social technology Read More...
Working Together in the New World of Work
The new world of work is here. Businesses are already feeling the impact of a dispersed workforce, pervasive connectivity, and the watchful eyes of shareholders

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Net@Work
Founded in 1996, Net@Work initially focused on network infrastructure and support issues. With service as our mantra, in an industry lacking just that, Net

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Harnessing The Social Web To Deepen Customer Intimacy: Selecting A Social Enterprise Strategy That’s Right For You
The social Web is revolutionizing how customers interact with each other and with businesses. At the heart of this transformation is a power shift in which

health care and social work  business marketing,social services,loyalty,marketing plan,affiliate marketing,business ideas,network marketing,entrepreneurship,marketing strategy,digital media,non profit organizations,call centre,search engine marketing,human resource management,web marketing Read More...

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