Over the past thirty years, most medium and large businesses have automated and consolidated their payroll, benefits, attendance, and talent management practices into what we call human capital management. HRIS has become HCM, and that term now encompasses all the things we do to manage the relationship between organizations, people, and work.
Seasoned SAP and SuccessFactors professionals always seem to be in high demand. When looking to augment staff or projects with a consultant, companies sometimes have trouble choosing between remote and on-site consultants. The use of remote consultants grows rapidly as companies grapple with the cost of securing quality SAP and SuccessFactors implementation, training, and assistance. Honestly, I’m surprised when I hear how many companies continue to employ consultants on-site week in and week out, given that hourly billing rates of these professionals are steadily increasing, not to mention that most companies pay travel expenses as well to bring consultants on-site.