Cloud Services

Cloud-Based HCMs Require an All-Encompassing Skill Set. Payroll, benefits, workforce management and recruiting data are no longer stored in separate applications and managed by individual experts. They are now modules that have overlapping data elements within one application/database.

Cloud Connectivity. Your data isn’t siloed anymore; it flows throughout your new HCM application, with data records shared by all modules. Because of this, a traditionally siloed task relating to benefits now has immediate impact on timesheets, pay rules, payroll deductions and executions, and so on. Connect your data internally and externally in a seamless and secure manner with Covalence Inc.

IT Independence. IT, much to your delight, is no longer tripping over you. Since you are in the cloud, there is no need to manage servers, databases, or infrastructures.

human resources information systems and customer relationship management are the business applications most likely to move to the cloud by the end of the year.
Source: “2015 Enterprise Cloud Report.” Cloud Sherpas. April 2015. https://www.cloudsherpas.com/resources/2015-enterprise-cloud-report

while cloud technology itself has reached an age of maturity, its adoption within the enterprise has not.
Source: “2015 Enterprise Cloud Report.” Cloud Sherpas. April 2015. https://www.cloudsherpas.com/resources/2015-enterprise-cloud-report

82% of enterprise organizations identified cloud technology as a key part of their strategy.
41% of those organizations do not have a formal cloud strategy or plan to accomplish this.
Source: “2015 Enterprise Cloud Report.” Cloud Sherpas. April 2015. https://www.cloudsherpas.com/resources/2015-enterprise-cloud-report