Case implementations of new technology help to ease out the trepidation upper-management have when it comes to spending money on innovative techniques. Project plans intending to move a company’s HR system into the cloud sets the stage. However, to convince the people that need convincing, there needs to be more than just a plan of action. The first step in finding success with an Employee Central project comes from undertaking an in-depth analysis of existing business practices. From there, the Employee Central project needs to align with the goals of HR. Finally, management must initiate buy-in to the project to make it a reality. Getting managers to buy-in is a lot easier with a business case study that has measurable results attached to it.
Business Cases Allow For Concrete Facts
Presenting a plan by itself lets management know that there is a roadmap for the company to follow. But the roadmap without measurable targets and comparison to existing operations is simply an idea. Employee Central will require significant investment for it to impact the business and management has to be aware of what the potential return on that investment will be. Cloud HR solutions like Employee Central will form the