Human capital management simplified
The Park Hotels has streamlined its HR processes and payroll management and has increased employee productivity using SAP HCM. By Akhtar Pasha
The Park Hotels has served corporate and leisure travellers from India and abroad for 40 years now. Apeejay Surrendra Hotels opened its first 150-room property in Kolkata in 1967 and over the years has set up premium boutique hotels in Bangalore, Chennai, New Delhi, Navi Mumbai and Visakhapatnam.
The company uses SAP Human Capital Management (SAP HCM) to effectively manage human resources and payroll for over 1,800 people. This enables employees to make the most of their time while helping the chain to make the most of its employees' talents by using features for assessing performance and training management. The solution also enables the company to operate more effectively and use its resources in a strategic manner. Currently, SAP HCM runs live at its Bangalore, Chennai, New Delhi, Navi Mumbai and Visakhapatnam properties. It intends to acquire a property and build a plush boutique hotel in Hyderabad as well.
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Knowledge Infusion to Lead Northeast Ohio Human Resource Planning Society March Program
Knowledge Infusion CEO Jason Averbook to lead interactive discussion on how HR professionals can optimize technology to create competitive advantage.
Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB
) March 12, 2008 -- Knowledge Infusion, the recognized consulting authority on human resources, talent management, and emerging technology solutions that drive human capital management (HCM) business value, today announced that CEO Jason Averbook will lead the interactive discussion at the Northeast Ohio Human Resource Planning Society's (NOHRPS) March 2008 program. The program, entitled, "Adopt or Die: Technology and Human Resource Strategies," will take place March 27, 2008 in Cleveland, Ohio, and will focus on the role technology is playing in supporting high performance work systems.
Knowledge Infusion CEO Jason Averbook will examine how current and emerging applications are helping organizations create a competitive advantage and bottom line results by automating a range of human resource business process.
"Historically, technology has been used to manage transactional, HR-centric processes," said Averbook. "By facilitating the adoption of technology, HR professionals can take HCM and talent management to the next level; creating and enhancing processes and systems to become a true strategic partner in their organization. Organizations such as HRPS will steer the success of HR in driving new technologies such as social networking and other 'co-creation' initiatives, and we are very honored to be part of this program."
"The Northeast Ohio Human Resource Planning Society actively sought out Knowledge Infusion to participate in our upcoming event," said Joseph P. Murphy, program chair of the Northeast Ohio HRPS, and vice president at Shaker Consulting Group. "The goal of our organization is to support regional economic development through education of the business community. Jason's perspective will help our local businesses become more strategic in their use of technology for HR processes."
The NOHRPS program is taking place at The Forum Conference Center in Cleveland, Ohio, March 27, 2008 from 7:30