This past summer, isolved acquired AAP, an administrative services organization (ASO) and significant member of isolved’s large network of similar companies using isolved’s software-as-a-service solution for human capital management to carry out part or all of HR for their clients. Demonstrating why AAP is an especially good match for the vendor, this in-network acquisition underscores several of isolved’s strengths. Joining me on the video podcast to explain were Andy Osborne, who was CEO of AAP for 20 years, and Lina Tonk, who has been with isolved for many years herself, becoming the organization’s chief marketing officer shortly after her previous appearance on #HRTechChat. This acquisition of AAP reflects an important element of isolved’s growth strategy. Bringing members of this network fully under the isolved brand […]Continue reading
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Research Preview: Payroll, HCM, and Complexity: What Are the Big Concerns in Managing Remote, Global, or Otherwise Complex Workforces?
For 2022, 3Sixty Insights is exploring four main themes in human capital management (3Sixty Insights 3SIAG2214 – The 3Sixty Insights Human Capital Management Themes for 2022, January 2022). The following preview looks at the second of these, the title of this report. Background Throw the aftermath of a global pandemic on top of the already tall heap of concerns, and the complexities impacting payroll and human capital management for large enterprises have only grown over the past several years. Even just the payroll piece of the equation has always been fraught with challenges. Work from anywhere has become work from home, for example, further exacerbating the intricacies the typical global or exceptionally complex enterprise faces in paying employees, in a long-tail footprint of far-flung locations […]Continue reading
HCM Technology Report – Q&A: Where Advanced Technology Leads HR’s Strategic Plan
Brent Skinner is co-founder, director and principal analyst of HCM practice at the analyst firm 3Sixty Insights. HCM Technology Report spoke with him about how HR has leveraged technology to run their organization more smoothly, help plan its future, and also about new technologies it might adopt. When it comes to advanced technology in HR, what’s going on today? Is it still all about AI, or are there other things worth paying attention to? That’s a good question. I think it is a lot about AI. I’m hard pressed to think of something else that is the next best thing after AI. I mean, one thing that you keep hearing about in the periphery is quantum computing, and I don’t profess to have an answer […]Continue reading