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How to Get the Most Out of Your Technology Stack
In the world of HR technology, the cloud has been a game changer. The cloud gives businesses accessibility to solutions needed to drive growth and success. By having a mix of applications, companies are able to stack solutions together to automate their processes.
The same concept applies to HR. Having the right stack of solutions for processes like payroll, HR, attendance, recruiting, and onboarding can mean the difference between achieving your goals or falling short. So how do you know if your HR solution stack is providing the building blocks for success? We’re going to explain what a tech stack is and how to get the most out of it.
What is a Tech Stack?
Generally speaking, a tech stack is a group of applications that work together to automate processes. This automation not only saves companies time, but also money. That’s all good and well, but we want to challenge the traditional technology stack with our own version: the unified HR technology stack.
Stacking Your Deck with Unified HR Technology
Unlike a traditional tech stack in which disjointed applications are “stacked” upon one another for additional flexibility and functionality in a base system, a unified HR tech stack allows you to expand the core functionality as little or as much as required. As your company grows, your HR tech stack grows with you in the same system. This is a powerful differentiator because organizations can maximize their ROI by only using the tools they need at any given time.
Traditional Tech Stack
Unified Tech Stack
As you can see, a unified HR tech stack alone is powerful. However, companies also need the ability to stack their HCM with other applications to further streamline their transactional processes. So here are some bonus stacks to consider:
How Does Your HR System “Stack” Up?
Now that we’ve introduced the concept and benefits of a unified HR tech stack, it’s time to take a look at how your HR system stacks up. If you are finding costly inefficiencies in your current processes, implementing a unified HR tech stack that has the ability to grow with your business is a step in the right direction. As your business grows and you have more needs, having an intuitive HR system that can grow with you is a must.
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