Sapient Insights Group Releases the 26th Edition of its Annual HR Systems White Paper Report.

Atlanta, Georgia Oct 9, 2023 ( – SAPIENT Insights Group will debut its 2023-2024 Annual HR Systems White Paper report, now in its 26th year, at the HR Tech Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada, on Friday, October 13th. Stacey Harris, Sapient Insights Group’s Chief Research Officer and one of this year’s HR Executive Magazine’s Top 100 HR Tech Influencers will deliver the highly anticipated results at a keynote session among 1,000s of conference attendees, many of whom include HR technology solutions providers, HR practitioners, and investors. The report analyzes the industry’s most extensive global research effort for HR Technology, providing a view of current and future company plans for technology adoption, crucial practices, emerging technology trends, and the voice of the customer. The cumulative research conducted through this survey reaches more than 20,000 unique organizations that collectively employ more than 300 million employees and contingent workers in more than 80 countries.

This extensive annual research effort allows participants to share details on over 50 HR applications across six major HR Technology categories, including emerging topics such as HR’s use of AI and Generative AI solutions, Skills Management, Wellness, ESG, and Strategic Workforce Planning. Sapient Insights Group’s research analysts review and validate every level of the data, providing the HR community with one of its most trusted and statistically significant Voice of the Customer research efforts. The needs of HR Technology users and buyers guide this vendor-agnostic research. It portrays the most complete picture of the HR Technology landscape, including costs, supporting resources, and proven practices for achieving outcomes.

The dawn of Generative AI is a seismic shift for today’s business leaders. However, cutting through the hype and understanding how these changes already impact today’s workforce and major economic and social changes requires accurate data. Stacey Harris, Chief Research Office of Sapient Insights Group, said, ” We are proud that for over 26 years, our research continues to provide leaders with a resource they can depend on annually when planning for the future.”

“Last year, our survey revealed that only 46% of our community said they had an HR function viewed as strategic – a statistic that has remained stagnant over the last five years. Our team moved to issue the 55×25 Challenge – to reach 55% by 2025. We’re thrilled to report that in the first year, HR delivered – moving the needle to 50% of HR functions viewed as strategic, according to this year’s HR Systems Survey results! There’s power in numbers, which shows that collectively, the HR community is making an impact!” said Sapient Insights Group CEO Teri Zipper.

If you are a critical decision-maker and oversee any of the following areas in your organization, including Core HR, Service Delivery, Time Management, Talent Management, Analytics and Planning, Vendor Relationships, and Emerging Technology, you should consider investing in this year’s White Paper report.

Sapient Insights Group is a privately-owned research and advisory firm based in Atlanta, Georgia, serving the needs of organizations in the areas of HR and Finance Technology; HR Strategy and Transformation; Diversity, Equity, Inclusion; Change Management; Talent Management; Mergers & Acquisitions; and Project Management. The company’s HR Systems Survey has become the trusted source of global data and people-related facts that help companies accelerate business performance and improve their ability to create a robust and equitable workplace.

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