Developed and built in the industry's leading cloud computing platform, Force.com, FinancialForce Human Capital Management (HCM) is a fully integrated Human Capital Management solution that helps small and medium businesses manage every facet of the employee lifecycle, from hire to retire.
FinancialForce HCM includes modules for Core HR, applicant tracking and recruiting, onboarding, compensation management, learning management, and much more.
FinancialForce HCM recognizes that a company's most important asset is their workforce, and that using multiple disparate systems leads to gaps and errors in critical information, as well as poor adoption rates. FinancialForce brings core HR, talent management, and workforce management into a single platform delivered entirely in the cloud.
The configurable Force.com framework allows users to tailor the solution to meet your needs, from creating new pages and workflows to adding new fields, approval processes, and more. FinancialForce HCM is both smartphone and tablet friendly, as well, making a great fit for today's mobile workforce.
FinancialForce HCM delivers global functionality, and has current customers in the U.S., Canada, Australia, China, and more.
Asha from Ashoka
FinancialForce Human Capital Management (HCM) sits on the Salesforce platform, so it has a familiar look and feel to employees as well as becomes seamless to access in day-to-day work. FinancialForce's investment in the HCM product shows in the product roadmap. In configuring the software, you can decide to keep control or open up different tabs to employees and build approval workflows from the employee to manager to HR or not.
The use of VisualForce pages makes it difficult to relabel fields or add custom fields to a page. The software is built around a hierarchical work structure, so it can be hard to track matrix work relationships.
As you evaluate HCM software, you need to understand who's live are you trying to make easier: HR, the employee or both? Do you have staff in one country or multiple? Are you working in a hierarchical or matrix work environment? Are you outsourcing any HR functions, like payroll or benefits, that you would prefer to bring in-house?