HRchitect Names VP of HCM Technology Strategy

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<strong>Frisco, Texas &mdash; Oct. 4</strong><br />HRchitect, a human capital management (HCM) systems strategic planning consulting firm, has appointed industry veteran Ron Hanscome as vice president of HCM technology strategy consulting.<br /><br />As vice president of HCM technology strategy consulting and a member of the executive team, Hanscome will lead a team of highly talented and experienced consultants in the highest-growth practice at HRchitect.  <br /><br />Hanscome and his team will work with companies in reviewing their HR systems and processes and in developing HCM technology strategies that outline strategy, vision and objectives for HR technology throughout an organization.<br /><br />&ldquo;We had a growing need for a dedicated, strong person with market presence and knowledge to take our HCM technology strategy practice to the next level,&rdquo; said Dan Katavola, vice president of consulting services and co-founder of HRchitect. &ldquo;The consulting team that we have at HRchitect is what really sets us apart from our competition. Ron adds a tremendous amount of value and real-world experience as we continue to set standards for the industry when it comes to HR and talent management systems strategic planning consulting.&rdquo;<br /><br />Hanscome has more than 23 years of experience in the HCM software and consulting services industries, having served as a practitioner, consultant, software executive and industry analyst.  <br /><br />He has provided leading-edge consulting services for numerous organizations, including Barclays Global Investors, Mayo Clinic, Bank of Oklahoma, Texans Credit Union and Tishman-Speyer. <br /><br />”I am very pleased to join HRchitect and take responsibility for growing our HCM Technology Strategy practice,” Hanscome said. “I have watched HRchitect&#39;s growth over the past few years and am impressed by its clear distinction and recognition as the market leader in talent management systems consulting services. Their leadership presence is further evidenced by their 10 years in business and more than 400 projects they have completed with a &ldquo;Who&rsquo;s Who&rdquo; of companies throughout the world.&rdquo;<br />   <br />Before joining HRchitect, Hanscome led Oracle&rsquo;s HCM applications marketing team, serving as a thought leader and evangelist for Oracle&rsquo;s HCM product lines. <br /><br />He was also senior program director with META Group, an IT research and advisory firm, where he wrote more than 40 pieces of industry-shaping HCM research.  <br /><br />In addition, Hanscome worked as an HRMS practitioner with United Health Group and Medtronic, as a consultant with Watson Wyatt and as a software vendor executive with Ceridian Employer Services and Lawson Software. <br /><br />&ldquo;What really excites me about this opportunity is that I&rsquo;ve encountered so many organizations over the years that operate in silos, where one part of HR doesn&rsquo;t know what other HR functions or business groups  are doing,” Hanscome, said. “Without our help, the typical evaluation and selection of HCM systems is myopically focused on individual or department needs rather than enterprise-wide needs, goals and objectives. HRchitect is positioned to make a true difference for our clients.”

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