HR data is generally managed within a dedicated system for the standard functions. HR managers need to have centralized information in order to develop skills while giving due consideration to each employee’s personal situation and path within the company. However, they must also allow part of this data to be used in order to produce payroll, manage absences and assess the company’s operating performance, while ensuring the confidentiality of sensitive data.
By organizing HR data around an operational data hub (ODH), you can provide – in a straightforward manner – the data your systems need to run without changing your existing data architecture, and ensure the all-important security of your HR data at the same time.
You only need to do this once.