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We’ve known for over a decade that the cloud would revolutionize business, yet IBM estimates that 80 percent of mission-critical business processes are still hosted on-premise. The adoption curve for Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) in human capital management (HCM) and workforce management (WFM) was slower than in other industries.
Gartner predicts that by 2023, 95 percent of sales of new WFM applications will be deployed in the cloud. Presently, slightly over 50 percent of sales are cloud-deployed.
As the clouead on as we highlight three major capabilities key to today's increasingly complex and sophisticated WFM solutions. Download our whited becomes the focus, what can workforce management do? What capabilities can organizations expect from their WFM and HCM suites? And what does it all mean for you as a potential buyer of those suites?
Download our whitepaper to learn three major capabilities key to today's increasingly complex and sophisticated WFM solutions.
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