6 benefits of integrating HR, Talent & learning management systems

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The Human Resources landscape is complex, and having multiple HR systems can create a major headache when you need to connect the data together. But due to the new opportunities brought about by Cloud technologies, the integration landscape has changed significantly. In this post we go over the 6 major benefits of integrating HR systems – a chapter from the recently published Docebo whitepaper entitled Integrating the HR landscape on the Cloud.

Integrating the HR landscape on the Cloud

by David Wilson, CEO of Fosway Group

Whilst we talk in business about Human Resources (HR) as if it is a singular function, in reality of course it is much more complex. HR is an aggregated area of focus and an aggregation of people, processes and systems that capture, manage and report a very diverse set of different things. Having multiple systems may be pragmatic for getting things done, but in reality it creates a major headache when you need to connect the data together.

Integration between HR-related systems has been a major bugbear for companies, and with the need for more integrated processes and HR analytics, that problem is getting more pressing.

With many of these systems moving to the Cloud, this changes the integration landscape significantly. For many companies, their learning, recruiting or performance system will already be in the Cloud. The Cloud is already the dominant deployment approach for new talent and learning, and core HR is now following as well. Understanding how integration is going to work in the Cloud is going to be critical.

6 benefits of integrating HR, talent and learning systems
Integrating these disparate HR, talent and learning systems brings many benefits.

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Clearer links and better continuity between the individual talent elements

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Increased automation of talent processes as a whole, and improved efficiency of operations

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Improved user experience, lower learning curve and higher adoption throughout the talent lifecycle

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Reduced duplication, more accurate talent data and ease of sharing talent data (currently seen as poor in most organisations)

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Better management information and analytics

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Improved operational performance and ROI from the HR function