While artificial intelligence (AI) technology is widely believed to be a game-changer, not least in functions such as HR and payroll, it is usually talked about in a large company context.
So to get a perspective on what this software is likely to mean for small-to-medium-sized enterprises, our tech expert Denis Barnard has been talking to a range of vendors in the space, starting with Oliver Shaw, chief executive of HR and payroll software supplier, Cascade HR.
Technology can play a major role in attracting and retaining skilled young workers who expect to have a say in how a company is run, a major roundtable event was told. The debate heard that intelligent use of technology can make companies more attractive to millennials, who are more likely to leave a firm and join a rival if they feel their voice is not being heard.
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Cascade provides fully integrated HR and HMRC-recognised payroll software solutions for clients ranging from micro businesses, up to organisations with 10,000+ employees. Whilst we are, ultimately, a tech firm, we have grown to become one of the UK’s leading HR system providers because of our people.
Artificial intelligence (AI) are the words on everyone’s lips these days, and with good reason. Whether it’s providing us with better shopping recommendations, being used by voice-enabled personal assistants to answer our weather, news or any other questions, or indeed recognising people in the photos you post on Facebook, AI impacts our lives practically every day.