Study Finds Users of Integrated HCMs Perform Above Industry Average

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<strong>Redwood City, Calif. &mdash; March 5</strong><br />Oracle announced that Aberdeen Group Inc., an independent research firm, found that fully integrated Human Capital Management (HCM) systems, such as Oracle&rsquo;s PeopleSoft Enterprise HCM, enable organizations to achieve demonstrable gains in performance over the industry average.<br /><br />The research brief &ldquo;PeopleSoft Customers Are Not Average When It Comes to Human Capital Management,&rdquo; found that PeopleSoft customers fare better in terms of key performance indicators including increasing revenue per employee, improving the ability to forecast annual retirement rates, reducing cost per hire and improving the ability to determine project growth by job category.<br /><br />Aberdeen also discovered that organizations using PeopleSoft HCM systems were more likely than industry average organizations to enjoy higher performance improvements in areas such as employee engagement, time to productivity, new-hire processing time and compliance scores.<br /> <br /><strong>Oracle&rsquo;s PeopleSoft Enterprise HCM </strong><br />Oracle&#39;s PeopleSoft Enterprise Human Capital Management enables organizations to place the right people in the right jobs, develop and reward top performers, retain key talent for the long term and helps increase efficiency and operating performance. <br /><br />&ldquo;As organizations seek to achieve and sustain competitive advantage, human capital management has taken on heightened strategic importance,&rdquo; said Kevin Martin, research director of human capital management at Aberdeen Group. &ldquo;Our research has found a strong correlation between organizations with an automated and integrated HCM solution and their overall satisfaction with their HCM solution.&rdquo; <br />

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