Many UK higher education institutions are pushing to provide a more digitally enabled workforce. The staff at universities often find the systems they use to interact with their own employer, a long way behind the curve, in terms of functionality and ease of use.
The solutions typically used for HR in our universities, are often out-dated and poorly deployed with configurations that hold them back from development and innovation for years. The systems and technology which underpin organisations, often influence the culture and appetite for change and improvement in them. The deployment of innovative, agile and continuously improving administrative systems such as a core HR system, often proves to be a catalyst for the adoption of new, better ways of working across other front line or operational areas.
Over a period of many years, universities have evolved their solutions by applying manual workarounds and customizations, which require large amounts of manual intervention and potentially offer a poor user experience. This webcast will focus on what can be considered normal as we start the new decade, highlight potential productivity gains, improved user experience and how universities can support mobile workers.
Self-service and self-monitoring
How to handle multi-post employees
The power of workflow
How to service occasional users via native interfaces
The presence of appraisals
The role of mobile devices in the workplace
Head of Higher Education UKI, Evosys
With over 20 years of experience working in the Higher Education sector, including a significant amount of time working with a University, Andy understands the world of Higher Education and the way systems have evolved over time. With the changes in the sector, it's never been more important to make sure the foundations are solid and that they provide a base for the business unit to build upon.
Principal Solutions Engineer at Oracle
Experienced Principal Presales Consultant with a demonstrated history of working in the computer software industry. Skilled in Business Process, Analytical Skills, Software Implementation, ITIL, and Databases.
Director Customer Success, Evosys
Manager-Customer Success, Evosys
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