(PRWEB) January 01, 2013
Lynne Mealy, President & CEO of IHRIM, The International Association for Human Resource Information Management), the world's leading clearinghouse for the Human Resource Information Management industry, today unveiled IHRIM's top 10 predictions for HR Technology in 2013.
Before revealing the list, compiled by such industry leaders as Lexy Martin of CedarCrestone, Nov Omana of HR Collective Solutions and Karen Beaman of Jeitosa Group International, Ms. Mealy noted "2012 has been a big year for HR technology. With the growing implementation of HR in the cloud; the rise in popularity of Big Data; the surge of organizations using social networks to engage their workforce; and increasing conversations coming from the boardroom about analytics, 2013 promises to make even more waves in the industry. We are pleased to share our predictions to help organizations capitalize on trends & market opportunities to better plan for future growth."
IHRIM's HR Technology predictions address the trends of:
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For more than 32 years, IHRIM has helped advance the HRIM industry through its community of industry experts and educational opportunities. With the support and dedication of its volunteer leaders, IHRIM will continue to carry out its mission of being the leading professional association for knowledge, education, and solutions supporting the Human Resource Information Management community.
About the International Association for Human Resource Information Management (IHRIM)
IHRIM is the world's leading clearinghouse for the HRIM (Human Resource Information Management) industry. Since 1980, IHRIM has been the only membership association for HR technology professionals, advancing the industry by providing unparalleled education and professional development opportunities through its annual conference, educational courses and webinars. IHRIM is a community of experts - a dynamic group of practitioners, vendors, consultants, students, and faculty that continues to grow, not just in numbers, but in its scope of knowledge and information.