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Planning to implement – or currently using – SharePoint to manage enterprise information? Evaluating whether it’s the right tool to extend your HR portal? Before you build from the ground-up in SharePoint, attend this session to learn how you can achieve the best of both worlds by deploying a pre-configured, cloud-based HR-specific knowledgebase maintained by subject matter experts – with a single sign-on portal infrastructure that sits within SharePoint to help you:
• Incorporate HRMS content, employee/manager self-service transactions into SharePoint quickly and securely without any coding
• Reduce the time, resources and dollars required to build and maintain complex HR content
• Increase employee usage, independence and satisfaction through rich search and personalization
• Maintain security and control over sensitive HR content within your HR and HRIT organizations rather than depending on corporate IT
• Leverage the best collaboration and infrastructure features of SharePoint, while allowing you to bring an effective employee portal live fast – typically in just 12-18 weeks!
SharePoint is the fastest growing product in Microsoft’s history and is used by 78% of Fortune 500 companies. Between 2006 and 2011, Microsoft sold over 36.5 million user licenses. Microsoft’s self-stated agenda for SharePoint is, according to Steve Ballmer, CEO, “to become the single point for all information aggregation, search and collaboration in your organization.”
Aggregation, without proper organization and control, can become very chaotic very quickly. By definition an aggregation is a group or mass of distinct or varied things, all held in the same location. Within your company’s SharePoint implementation users may be able to provision shared and private sites with no requirement for specialized knowledge. This means that all who have access to SharePoint in your infrastructure potentially have the ability to set up blogs, wikis, document shares, and create lists and libraries. The creation, maintenance, and governance of a SharePoint site can very quickly become unwieldy. At that point the initiative to empower employees to help themselves in an HR self-service environment may be overpowered by the chaos of the environment itself, placing more demand on your HR organization.
You’ll leave with an understanding of how deploying HR Service Delivery within SharePoint can result in a better, faster and less costly HR portal that employees will embrace.
Who Should Participate
All HR professionals looking to build or maintain an employee/HR portal
Extra Learning Material
All Registered HR.com members are also eligible for:
Whitepapers will be discussed.
Human Resources Management
Staffing and Recruitment
Core HR: Payroll for HR and HRIS
Workforce Planning and Analytics
Foundations of HR
What You Will Learn
Reduce the time, resources and dollars required to build and maintain complex HR content • Increase employee usage, independence and satisfaction through rich search and personalization • Maintain security and control over sensitive HR content within your HR and HRIT organizations rather than depending on corporate IT • Leverage the best collaboration and infrastructure features of SharePoint, while allowing you to bring an effective employee portal live fast – typically in just 12-18 weeks!
Who is Eligible
This webcast is available to all registered HR.com members for free. You are currently subscribed to HR.com as a Free Member.
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