Building a Business Case for an HR System - an webinar by CoreHR and GPAcomparison 26th August 2013

This webinar from and gives practical advice on how to build such a business case. 
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We consider four steps to follow in the preparation of the case;
1.       Evaluate the opportunity
- Look at ‘As-is’ processes and identify inefficiencies or points of weakness 
- Know who is affected by the service you provide and who your stakeholders are
2.       Measure the opportunity
- Measure the duration of processes, end to end
3.       Define the benefits
- Compare ‘As-is’ processes with ‘To-be’ processes 
- Identify the benefits from a cost and process point of view
4.       Get buy-in internally
- Sell the idea to your stakeholders (managers, senior managers, HR team and employees)
Efficiencies and Time Savings
It explores the efficiencies and time-saving benefits that an integrated HR and payroll system can bring to an organization across five areas:
1.       Self-service
- Access to HR data at the point of need
2.       Work flow
- Eliminate wasteful tasks and improve efficiencies
3.       Reports
- Automated reports that pull real-time data rather than manual compilation
4.       Triggered actions
- Automated actions in response to changes in standing data rather than manual intervention
5.       Organization charts
- Charts that automatically update with changes in the data 

Finally, it considers what success looks like so you can imagine the benefits a new HR system can bring to your organization. This considers the benefits in terms of Integrated HR tools and access to HR data at the point of need (self-service)

Presented by
Denis Barnard
GPAcomparison Ltd

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Conor Kiernan
Core HR

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Core HR systems help organisations effectively manage all aspects of their HR and payroll lifecycle. Core’s system is modular based, enabling organisations to scale as required over time. It supports full self-service capabilities and is available via desktop, mobile or tablet. Core modules can be deployed in-house or in the cloud and run on all operating systems.