HR

At first glance HR does not seem the most likely candidate for using BI systems. But look again. The amount of money companies spend on payroll and the fact that without your employees there is no organization to speak of means the HR department is the most likely Interactive BI user. Enabled by Interactive BI the Human Resources department can test and find out, amongst many other things, what in reality are the traits common in best performers, what factors influence retention, what influences accident claim amount.

Interactive BI can not only reveal insights that are surprising and go against old belief systems but also streamline processes like on-boarding.

Manage employees and plan succession

Manage employees and plan succession

We make data visible and accessible to support your decision making when ensuring that the right number of employees are assigned to tasks they are best qualified for. See the skill sets and departments that have fewer and/or older employees and need to be targeted for succession planning.

Decrease turnover and stay ahead of the pipeline

Decrease turnover and stay ahead of the pipeline

Stay ahead of the business needs to avoid recruitment bottlenecks by integrating leads from different sources and knowing individual department, team and project needs.
Optimize benefit plans across company

Optimize benefit plans across company

Take care of both your employees and company by optimizing payroll and benefit plans to reward best performers and reducing unnecessary costs. Measure the Human Capital ROI and functional cost per employee.

Have the right HR policies for employee retention and satisfaction

Have the right HR policies for employee retention and satisfaction

Plan the retirement age and test what-if scenarios, be sure you are following company’s equal opportunity policy, see how the training you offer and the rights and obligations employees have affects productivity.

Case Study: Singapore Polytechnic

Achieves multi-perspective business intelligence analyses at a touch of the button

 

Case study: Public sector company