The demand for HR-focused technology has increased over the past year, with a rising number of companies already setting a spending amount for these services in 2016. HRM explores what they can look forward to this year.It is a common move for companies to replace their core HR management systems with technological solutions these days.The introduction of such technology – including mobile options – have proven to cater to the needs of workforces in becoming more smarter and efficient.According to The Starr Conspiracy Intelligence Unit’s Global Human Capital Trends 2015 Report, 57% of HR executives intended on purchasing some type of HR technology solution in 2015.

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While more HR professionals are using talent management technology, according to a new report, gaps remain where HR technology could be better used: in integrating day-to-day work activities, for critical analytic purposes and in meeting the needs of Millennials who expect the technology they use at work to mirror the technology they use in their personal lives. The 2015 HR Technology Report released by SilkRoad, which provides cloud-based talent management solutions, indicates slow but steady progress in the use of talent management technology, according to a news release announcing the findings. The report, which was conducted online among more than 150 recruiting and talent professionals, did not provide a margin of error. Itanalyzed research results on HR technology advancement, including data effectiveness, adoption trends and integration.

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