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Connecting the HR Supplier Ecosystem for Higher Performance
In this presentation, Logica explores the challenges faced by organisations and HR and looks at traditional supplier management approaches, the reasons why HR and suppliers need to get more connected, features and benefits of the orchestrated approach and a review of capabilities required to make progress.
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