Dale Bowen

Well-known member
Apr 1, 2020
In the year since the city of Tampa, Fla., moved its human resources and finance systems to a cloud-based Software as a Service platform, HR signed three new union contracts and had to get the new compensation and rules into the system. The project took half the time it had in prior years.
“We have all the same great people working in HR,” says Russell Haupert, Tampa’s CIO/CTO and director of technology and innovation. “That tells me that the new system must be easier to use. We’re beating our deadlines, and we’re doing it comfortably.”
Like Tampa, agencies around the country are adapting to workforce demands by replacing aging legacy systems with business process automation solutions that streamline tasks such as hiring and onboarding new employees and improve self-service functions.
Read More: https://statetechmagazine.com/article/2023/01/agencies-simplify-and-improve-hr-services-business-process-automation