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Brian is one of the titans of the technology services arena with more than 25 years experience in the field, 10 of which were served as Senior Director of Andersen Consulting's (now Accenture's) global Software Intelligence unit.

2 responses to “Next Gen Strategic HR Software”

  1. Scott Brown

    While the fundamentals of the practice of HR and payroll will remain fairly constant, it’s the changes in architecture and technology that drive software changes.

    In terms of HR Tech, the “What” of what gets done is not that significant. For example, we’ve delivered systems on Tesserect that allow employee demographics changes, promotions, reviews, etc. The business requirements are identical to systems we’ve delivered on PeopleSoft – but the technology and execution of those processes was radically different (and better!)…and the evolution contues with Workday and other core HR payroll vendors.

    With the rapid changes we are experiencing in technology, such as the rapid adoption of mobile and social media, and the continued advances in raw computing power, I think it’s a little early to make the call “There’s nothing new under the sun…” as far as HR and Payroll are concerned.

    But I agree, HR Tech is the place to be to see it unfold.

    1. Scott Brown

      er, that would be Tesseract 😉