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[UKPRwire, Tue Oct 15 2019] Since the early 2000s, there has been a significant shift in the HR digital asset management systems from simpler multi-purpose HR software to cloud-based systems. HR teams are now transforming into a digital-savvy department that utilizes cloud-based software to hire staff, handle leaves and payroll, carry out on-board and off-board tasks, organize files, and so much more.
“Cloud-based HR solutions like Emirates HR can help companies save time and money. Our secure cloud-based software helps organizations of any size, streamline HR processes and engage with their employees more efficiently and accurately,” says Emirates HR Sales Director, Lee Bowen.
More and more HR programs are now leveraging digital and mobile software. According to a 2017 research by Deloitte, a multinational professional services network, 41% of the surveyed HR teams were actively developing mobile apps for their programs.
Besides, 33% of the surveyed teams use software with some form of artificial intelligence, to implement HR services and strategies. This ongoing innovation and extension of HR software show that the use of cloud-based systems is steadily increasing. More efforts are now being made to make these services available for all HR personnel to use.
“A cloud-based HR strategy also provides a unified key HR system for businesses with various locations, possibly in various countries, or plans to have them. Cloud-based systems also have significantly reduced ownership and operating expenses and do not usually require ongoing upgrades to the software,” Bowen added.
Making use of Cloud-based HR software is also more energy-efficient and helps reduce IT and labor costs.
In Dubai, six major government entities such as the Dubai Police, Dubai Electricity and Water Authority, Roads and Transport Authority, Department of Economic Development, Dubai Land Department and the Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing have managed to cut their day-to-day paper use from 64 million sheets to just 37 million.
Dubai's shift to paperless administration would drive efficiencies of Dh900 million, save 125 million man-hours and eliminate millions of sheets of paper from the atmosphere, increasing our carbon footprint, commit to green methodologies and more sustainable practices.
Bowen also stated that designing business processes customized to individual company demands and streamlining workflow will allow staff to handle their duties and requirements effectively with a single click.
“While digitizing HR resources, services, and procedures will involve time, effort, and money, businesses embracing these new technologies will be better placed for future growth,” she concluded.