Allows companies to drive better business and customer outcomes by engaging employees everyday
San Francisco, CA – October 13, 2014: FinancialForce.com, the leading cloud ERP provider on theSalesforce1 Platform, today introduced ‘Everyday HCM’, a new approach to Human CapitalManagement (HCM), embedding HR capabilities throughout CRM and ERP processes, activities and objects. Built on the Salesforce1 Platform, FinancialForce HCM allows unparalleled alignment between employee performance and business performance. TraditionalHR-related tasks such as performance reviews, recruiting, onboarding and benefits enrollment become second nature as these actions are built into an employee’s day-to-day workflow and social activities via Salesforce1 and SalesforceChatter. The company aims to redefine HCM as an ‘everyday’ function that is already a part of employees’ existing work environment, accessible at every point of their work, from every view, everywhere.
FinancialForce HCM allows organizations to make HR activities part the company’s culture and integral to the fabric of the business. Leveraging the power of the Salesforce1 Platform, FinancialForce HCM works seamlessly with every app within FinancialForce ERP and is connected to all critical employee touch points. CRM and ERP business activities can be linked back to FinancialForceHCM. For example, feedback given during a sales presentation for an opportunity instantly becomes part of the employee’s performance review stream.
Having CRM and ERP with HCM on the Salesforce1 Platform will give businesses unprecedented, cross-departmental insight that allows decision makers to quickly identify bottlenecks. By combining human resources, CRM, finance and operational information into a single source of information, employees can be more tightly aligned to business outcomes and customer success. Businesses can analyze and monitor the impact of the whole spectrum of employee experience, from hiring, onboarding, absence management and performance, to business goals and customer satisfaction.
FinancialForce HCM offers an intuitive, simple self-service design that allows employees to complete any HR task while on-the-go. With theSalesforce1 Platform, the app also boasts a wide range of social capabilities, including social referrals, recruiting, feedback and collaborative goal setting. Finally, as wearable devices gain adoption,FinancialForce.com is committed to taking ERP everywhere. The company has developed a pilot application using Salesforce1 and Android Wear APIs that enable ERP notifications to be displayed on watches, together with the ability to take action based on intelligent system generated recommendations. Employees will be able to access FinancialForce HCM everywhere, from any device.
“Your employee’s experience is the precursor to your customer’s experience. To help employees succeed, HCM cannot remain a once a month, or once a year action. It needs to be proactive and fully aligned with the rest of the business,” said Jeremy Roche, president and CEO atFinancialForce.com. “With ‘Everyday HCM’, we are making HR simple collaborative, contextual and unified—helping employees feel connected to the company goals, and as a result, positively impacting their customers’ experiences.”
FinancialForce.com delivers ERP at Customer Speed™. Built on the Salesforce1 Platform, FinancialForce ERP equips customer-centric businesses with a unified cloud platform and all the applications necessary to grow both the top and bottom line. Our Financial Management, Human Capital Management (HCM), Professional Services Automation (PSA), and Supply Chain Management (SCM) apps allow businesses to increase the speed in which they operate and be more responsive along every touch point of a customer’s journey. Founded in 2009 and headquartered in San Francisco, FinancialForce.com has received funding from UNIT4 and salesforce.com.
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