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Why You Need Human Capital Management

Companies of all types and sizes have turned to human capital management solutions to optimize workforce performance and enhance employee relationships. Read on to learn why your company needs a human capital management application.

Improving the Efficiency of HR Staff with Human Capital Management

Today’s human resources departments wear multiple hats – handling everything from staffing, payroll, and benefits administration to promoting company image and managing employee relations. Human capital management solutions help HR teams to better coordinate the various functions they manage, while automating and streamlining the most repetitive, time-consuming, and labor-intensive activities.

About Human Capital Management

Human capital management software is made to help companies track and manage their entire workforce. Human capital management software can also help companies make sure they hire the right employees.

Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009: Sales Order Entry

Watch a video demo on entering in a Sales Order in Dynamics NAV 2009.

NAV 7 at Directions EMEA Paul White

Watch Microsoft Dynamics EMEA Paul White discuss the release of NAV 7.

How Microsoft Dynamics NAV Helped Talking Rain Beverage Company

Hear how Talking Rain got better control of their business.

CheckPointHR: Employee Background Checks Simplify the Hiring Process

In order to make an informed decision about employees, companies should have a multifaceted hiring approach.

CheckPointHR Strategies for Future Growth

Companies need to define what is driving human capital and what is hindering it. Once this is identified, companies can take the proper steps to ensure future growth.

Nine Questions to Ask about SaaS

SaaS does not spare customers the need to ask vendors the same questions about service levels, costs, and other issues that they would ask themselves if they were planning on-premise implementations. Of the nine questions customers should ask about SaaS, seven also apply to on-premise deployment. However, the issues of changing needs prompt two more questions unique to SaaS.

On-Demand ERP in the Enterprise: A Practical CIO Guide to Implementation

This paper, based on the experience and best practice established by early adopters, sets out a framework for deciding on and implementing on-demand ERP within enterprises of 250 employees or more, or in divisions within a larger enterprise. The paper will examine key concerns such as data integrity in enterprise systems, maintaining compliance and ensuring proper process management, as well as discussing new skills and approaches to help maximize returns on investment.