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5 responses to “2012 Was Workday’s Year; Who Will Own 2013 In HR Technology?”

  1. GDUBAUS

    Funny that you would call 2012 ‘Workday’s Year’ when they were not even mentioned in any Gartner HCM MQ – much less named a leader?

    Wouldn’t the acknowledgement of a third party seem appropriate before naming someone a successor to the crown?

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  3. Sheri bebb

    I think the evolving nature of HRIS is one of the most interesting areas in HR these days. The possibility of truly integrating across all HR platforms is emerging, and it will be interesting to see which companies meet the complex demand of this requirement.

  4. Derek

    I personally believe PeopleSoft remains the dominant and most versatile HCM application in 2012 and going into 2013. There are even companies that offer PeopleSoft as a SaaS model in the cloud in 2013. TITAN GS is one of those companies but not many people Know that this option exists.

  5. Yasir

    PeopleSoft and ADP might be the giants but not something every new start up can afford to invest into. Cloud based software such as WorkforceGrowth are the future.