We have just released our 2012 Value Index for Total Compensation Management (TCM), in which we evaluate the competency and maturity of vendors and products. Our firm has been researching this category for many years, and our latest benchmark research in total compensation management found some improvement among applications in a field where many organizations still use outdated applications to manage an area with large financial and human capital impacts.
Topics: Business Performance, Cloud Computing, Compensation, Customer & Contact Center, Excentive, Financial Performance, HR, Human Capital Management, Operational Performance, Oracle, Peoplefluent, Sales Performance, SuccessFactors, SumTotal Systems, Supply Chain Performance, TCM, Value Index, Workforce Performance
Retaining talent and managing financials related to compensation should be a top priority for the HR and finance functions of companies, and many of them realize this. In our recent benchmark research in total compensation management, 72 percent of participants said it’s important or very important to have a compensation system aligned to their processes. One newer provider to the market, Excentive, started in 2002 in Europe and expanded globally in 2009. Its Excentive Compensation Cockpit supplies more than just a managerial view of compensation; it’s a total compensation management application that enables users to design and model compensation across an entire workforce or for the specific needs of the sales and service lines of business.
Topics: Business Analytics, Business Collaboration, Business Mobility, Business Performance, Cloud Computing, Compensation, Excentive, Financial Performance, Human Capital Management, Operational Performance, Performance Management, Sales Compensation, Sales Operations, Sales Performance, Talent Management, Workforce Analytics, Workforce Performance