Changing Human, Financial, and Supply Chain Information Management Systems

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Many organizations have or are considering moving from on premise back office systems such as, Human Capital Management (HCM), Financial Management Systems (FMS), Supply Chain Management systems (SCM), to systems that are available in the Cloud such as Software as a Service (SaaS). This presentation will present research findings from 1,600 organizations on what back office systems they are using, why they are making a change and some misconceptions about both. Many are moving to SaaS due to update costs, operations, staffing levels, mobility, and the total cost of ownership (TCO). Research has revealed some surprising data which show that on premise systems may have some unexpected life left in them when features are enabled to provide end users with an intuitive and mobile platform. This presentation will be an exciting venture in to enterprise, financial, supply chain, management, and information systems, please join us.



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  • University of Denver
  • 2155 E Wesley Ave
  • Denver, Colorado
  • United States 80208
  • Building: Ritchie School of Engineering
  • Room Number: 301
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  • Co-sponsored by James Gowans
  • Starts 15 March 2019 03:16 PM
  • Ends 25 April 2019 06:00 PM
  • All times are US/Mountain
  • No Admission Charge
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Richard George

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Costs/Benefits of Changing Human Capital, Financial, and Supply Chain Management Systems

Many organizations have or are considering moving from on premise back office systems such as, Human Capital Management (HCM), Financial Management Systems (FMS), Supply Chain Management systems (SCM), to systems that are available in the Cloud such as Software as a Service (SaaS). This presentation will present research findings from 1,600 organizations on what back office systems they are using, why they are making a change and some misconceptions about both. Many are moving to SaaS due to update costs, operations, staffing levels, mobility, and the total cost of ownership (TCO). Research has revealed some surprising data which show that on premise systems may have some unexpected life left in them when features are enabled to provide end users with an intuitive and mobile platform. This presentation will be an exciting venture in to enterprise, financial, supply chain, management, and information systems, please join us.