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22 Apr 2024

How to Build a Compelling Business Case for HR Software

Cezanne HR Hall: S9-S12 Stand: FF20
Paul Bauer
How to Build a Compelling Business Case for HR Software
Cezanne HR is taking HR to new frontiers for one of the UK’s most revolutionary organisations

It’s no secret that HR are now an influential voice in the C-suite.

The COVID-19 pandemic, growing recruitment challenges and a renewed focus on employee engagement and wellbeing have thrust HR’s many talents into the spotlight. As a result, people practitioners are now viewed as key strategic business partners – not just another administrative function.

The transformation of HR has coincided with a new wave of HR technology: revolutionising the way HR professionals manage talent, automate timeconsuming and repetitive processes, and create truly amazing employee experiences.

However, successfully implementing HR software requires more than just recognising its potential. It necessitates building a compelling business case that resonates with key stakeholders. After all, investing in an HR software platform is no small matter, and can be one of the biggest investments a company makes, and will need everyone onside to get the green light.

As a result, the decision to invest in a first, or replacement, HR system is one that requires careful consideration and buy-in from senior leaders. People practitioners may understand the enormous benefits an HR software solution can bring, but those outside the HR department may need some persuading – this is where a compelling business case will make all the difference.

This e-book is a comprehensive guide for HR professionals, managers, and decision-makers in crafting a persuasive business case for HR software adoption: enabling you to unlock the full potential of your HR initiatives and drive sustainable organisational growth.


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