It’s that time of year again, for what Bill Kutik of the HR Technology Conference calls “the most thorough, highly respected and useful survey on technology usage in HR.” Each year, I send out a link to the readers of systematicHR to fill out this thing. The more respondents, the better the insights the entire marketplace will get.
Last year, systematicHR readers came in just behind Oracle. I think Oracle was able to solicit 2 more respondents than I did. Considering I only do the one post, that’s probably not bad. Still, I have some pride at stake here.
Lexy of CedarCrestone wrote me a brief note about the survey:
I think this year’s survey is going to address the trend in HRMS software acquisition patterns better than we ever have by looking at choices around licensing vs. subscription, architecture, and process handling. In addition, we have refined our metrics collection specifically on headcounts so that we can better evaluate the links between size of HR or IT staff and the existence of HR technologies for benchmarking. And, we have more questions around social networking.
I think a lot about our survey vs. others. It is the longest running than any otherand, as a result it can actually be used as a barometer of HR technology adoption across core systems, service delivery, talent and workforce management, business intelligence and social networking.
You can find out more about the survey and go on to filling it out by clicking the link above.