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Choose the right cloud: Learn best practices for evaluating HCM technology

Mark Smith, CEO & Chief Research Officer At Ventana Research & Aleksandra Boruk, Compensation & HRIS Project Manager at HM.CLAUSE, Inc. To Discuss HCM Application Considerations

Ceridian News FlashMinneapolis, MN, October 28, 2015 – Ceridian announces its free webinar: Choose the Right Cloud. Best Practices for Evaluating HCM Technology. The hour-long webinar will feature Mark Smith, CEO and Chief Research Officer at Ventana Research & Aleksandra Boruk Compensation & HRIS Project Manager at HM. CLAUSE, Inc., discussing how organizations can gauge their HCM needs. With the understanding that not all cloud-based HCM technology is created equal, Mark and Aleksandra will review what to consider when evaluating HCM technology options. 

“Human Capital Management professionals are increasingly asked to take companies into cloud (SaaS) HCM technology,” says Mark Smith, CEO and Chief Research Officer at Ventana Research. “The benefits of cloud technology in HCM are undeniable; however buyers need to know the company and the technology in order to make the right choice for their organization.”

Webinar attendees will learn:

  • Best practices for evaluating and selecting cloud HCM applications
  • Key attributes of best-in-class HCM applications
  • What to consider during the HCM buying journey

Register today and join us on Thursday, November 12, 2015 from 12:00 p.m. ET – 1:00 p.m. ET to learn how to choose the right HCM cloud application for your organization’s needs.

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