HRMS : digitization of RH functions
Today, change has become the norm for human resources departments. They are facing challenges linked to the young generations’ expectations, the spread of new technologies, talent attraction and retention and the emergence of new and more collaborative workstyles.
HRDs are thus becoming the suppliers of multiple internal and external services. Umanis helps put technology at the service of this evolution with special attention paid to compliance and fairness.
The challenges of digital HR transformation
HRDs are operating today on the terms of a real "New Deal". They need to reconcile new expectations (including those of Millennials, or the need for more collaborative work), new technologies (AI, Machine Learning, Big Data) and new regulatory constraints, keeping GDPR in mind.
In this context, it is a difficult task to identify the right tools and the best practices. Optimizing the service catalog is a good performance lever. But it is also necessary to define the company’s strategy, values and culture and formalize its own specific HRMS master plan.
When it comes to digital HR transformation, we know there is no such thing as an ideal tool or a magical organization. It is by effectively resolving operational issues with a strategic vision in mind that major business challenges can be addressed.
We are therefore helping our HRD clients define their master plan based on their company’s identity and strategy. We first help them formalize their processes and standards and then digitize them, according to their maturity.
Our business and technological offer
HRMS master plan
Formalization of processes
Organization of tenders
Tool benchmark, POC
Analysis of maturity and outsourcing strategy in service centers
HRMS project management
Integration of tools
Talent & performance
Our added value
We have an independent approach thanks to our partnerships (Workday, Beqom, Neobrain, ToucanToco, Power BI, etc.) that provide us with an overall view of the state of the art on the market.
We work with HR Directors in a wide variety of contexts, notably for Aviva, BNP Paribas, Engie, Fnac, L’Oréal, Louis Vuitton, Renault, Rexel, Rte, Total, Veolia