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SaaS or a customized solution: Which is right for your recognition program?

Topic:
SaaS or a customized solution: Which is right for your recognition program?
Date:
October 4, 2012 at 3:00 - 4:00 PM ET
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Description
HR leaders looking to implement an employee recognition program (or improve upon the ones they have) have two worthy options to pick from; Software as a Service (SaaS) or a customized application. Both have their advantages. The question is: Which one is right for your business?

While SaaS has received a lot of attention lately it has not been examined in a rigorous light. HR leaders looking for the combined benefits of optimum cost efficiency and functional flexibility should make an informed decision before choosing one over the other. This webinar will look at the differences between SaaS application delivery and custom-built reward and recognition programs and offer a practical examination of the pros and cons of each including the fundamental differences between the two approaches including common misperceptions, the functional goals of contemporary recognition programs and what factors limit each, common design considerations of contemporary reward programs and how the technology choice influences decisions made along the way, the characteristics of top user- candidates for each methodology and what those business models share and the varying financial implications of each including “total cost of ownership” horizons for each.

With so much riding on employee engagement it is critical that today’s companies and their HR leaders make educated choices on the technology they use to reward and motivate employees. This overview will prepare every HR executive to make an informed decision on the right choice for their recognition program and to argue their choice (SaaS or customized approach) with confidence and credibility.

Who Should Participate
HR Mangers at any level along with IT and procurement representatives
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What You Will Learn
Listeners will learn:
  • The fundamental differences between the two approaches including common misperceptions
  • The functional goals of contemporary recognition programs and what factors limit each
  • Common design considerations of contemporary reward programs and how the technology choice influences decisions made along the way
  • The characteristics of top user- candidates for each methodology and what those business models share
  • The varying financial implications of each including “total cost of ownership” horizons for each
Sponsored by
Madison Performance Group
Madison Performance Group
Madison is the global leader in Workforce Engagement and Sales Incentive Marketing. We blend a highly consultative approach with easy to use software to help organizations engage and reward their employees more effectively and efficiently
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Mike Ryan
Madison Performance Group

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