Redesigning Human Resource Management System through Cloud Computing: A Strategic Approach
Keywords:Cloud Computing, Human Resource Management, Technology, Integration, Redesigning, Cloud Computing in HR
Cloud computing is enabling human resource (HR) management functions to strategically integrate into business operations. Its acting as a game changer for HR amid intense competition to survive and grow. Digital disruption, transformation, agility has set the new benchmarks for organizations to automate and redesign their functions. Cloud Computing offers HR a completely new dimension with cloud centric benefits like reduction in communication gap, increased organizational excellence, effective talent strategies, data driven decision making, and supporting revenue in organizations. Cloud Computing has the right capability to redesign major HR functions with agility to match the changing requirements of business, automating transactional activities, smarter decision making and meeting the business expectations. Use of HR cloud in organization can result into structural benefits beyond technological advancements. Cloud HR gives organizations flexibility of location, prompt information processing, effective use of data analytics and strategic decision making. This paper discusses ways through which cloud computing could be integrated into HR functions. An analysis on applications of cloud computing in human resource areas with their outcomes is also presented in this paper. A brief note on future prospects of cloud computing in HRM is also discussed.
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