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Ramco debuts in Nucleus Research Value Matrix for Workforce Management

Comprehensive functionality, Global Payroll and ability to extend the application cited as game-changer

NWorkforce Management (WFM) TECHNOLOGY VALUE MATRIX 2018 

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Workforce Management (WFM) is the epicenter of HCM, where functionality for the essentials of employing people resides: payroll, core HR, time and attendance, scheduling, and benefits administration (Nucleus Research r97 – Value in HCM ripples from the epicenter outward, May 2017). This is arguably the most important area of the enterprise to get right. The consequences of choosing a suboptimal vendor here are potentially paralyzing.

The report which features 15 Global vendors highlights both legacy and new-age cloud suite providers alongside the strength and weaknesses they bring to the table. Download 2018 Workforce Management (WFM) Value Matrix by Nucleus Research to identify the vendor who can facilitate your digitization journey with a comprehensive suite.

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    With EAM and ERP in Ramco’s tow, the vendor is a theoretical competitor to Infor, Oracle, and SAP (with or without SuccessFactors) in deals where prospects want an enterprise-spanning suite that includes WFM
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    The vendor (Ramco) provides global payroll in 43 countries, which puts Ramco on similar footing with ADP and SAP in global payroll coverage.
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    Ramco brings credible competition to Workday with core HR and integration with the GL. Workday has been on a tear to become the most pervasive global system of record for HR, but notably, its functionality in payroll and time and attendance is weak (Nucleus Research r146 – Separating the walk from the talk with Workday, July 2017).