When it comes to investing in new technology, HR often has to work with company leaders to make decisions, and seeking approval from leadership to invest in new technology can be overwhelming and intimidating.
In fact, according to Gallagher's HR Technology Pulse Survey, the top reason why HR leaders struggle to build a business case for new software is because their executive team doesn’t understand the value of the investment.
But don’t fret. We’ve got you covered.
In this guide, we’ll cover all of the steps you need to take to build and pitch a strong business case for new HR tech:
- Make a list of must-haves and nice-to-haves
- Evaluate HR vendors
- Determine your stakeholders
- Research and build your business case
- Create a professional slide deck
- And finally, make a recommendation
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