IDC's HR, Talent and Learning Strategies and Services research explores competitive, end-user, and technology trends in attracting and developing talent, supporting workforce administration, and measuring and optimizing workforce management. This research helps providers make informed decisions that align with market needs, understand and respond to competitors' moves, form partnerships, and leverage emerging technologies.
Markets and Subjects Analyzed
Talent acquisition and management strategies, software, and services
End-to-end automation of talent acquisition, contingent workforce acquisition, and management software and services
Payroll, health, welfare, pension, and retirement services
Performance management, workforce optimization, and measurement and reporting software and services
HR and talent management consulting and business process outsourcing (BPO) services
Worldwide and U.S. corporate elearning
Competitive segmentation and key success factors in differentiating leading service providers
Integration of services within HR, learning, and talent management
End-user data and analysis of usage, decision making, and enablers/inhibitors of HR. talent, and learning services
Impact of technology on service delivery (e.g., end-to-end talent management and HR measurement)
Customer Buying Preferences and Behavior for HR, Learning, and Talent Management Services
HR Software Forecast and Vendor Market Share
In addition to the insight provided in this service, IDC may conduct research on specific topics or emerging market segments via research offerings that require additional IDC funding and client investment.
Key Questions Answered
What and where are the opportunities for HR software, consulting, technology implementation, processing, and BPO services?
How large are the opportunities for HR, learning, and talent management software and services?
What are the competitive positioning and market shares of major HR and talent management vendors?
What new opportunities will result from the integration of technologies into HR services?
How will partnerships and alliances impact the competitive landscape for HR, learning, and talent management software and services?
What will the impact of collaborative technologies on learning be?
HR Value Chain and Enterprise Training and Development Functional Hierarchy
IDC's HR, Talent and Learning Strategies and Services research examines how software, consulting, and outsourcing service providers are positioning themselves to compete in the HR, learning, and talent management market. It reviews leading providers including:
Accenture, ACS, ACT, Adecco, Administaff, ADP, AMA, Aon Hewitt, Ceridian, Cornerstone onDemand, CSC, DDI, Deloitte Consulting, Fidelity Employer Services, General Physics, Generation 21 Learning Systems, Global Knowledge, Halogen, Harvard Business School Publishing, IBM, Infor, Infosys, Intrepid Learning Solutions, Intuit, Kelly Services, Kenexa, KnowledgePlanet, KPMG, Kronos, Manpower, Mellon HR Services, Mercer HR Consulting, Microsoft, Monster.com, New Horizons, NIIT, NorthgateArinso, Oracle, Paychex, Peoplefluent, Saba, SAP, SFN Group, Silkroad, SkillSoft, SuccessFactors, SumTotal, Sun Microsystems, Taleo, TCS, Thomson Learning, Towers Watson, Transware, Trivantis, TSC, Ultimate Software, Virtual Learn, Vuepoint, The Webb Group, Wilson Learning, Workforce Software, and Workstream.
Custom Research and Go-to-Market Solutions
For IT suppliers or IT buyers doing business planning and budgeting, sales and marketing, or performance measurement, we have the custom offerings to optimize your success at every stage of your business. Our data- and content-driven approach helps you make better decisions, drive more effective marketing programs, and effectively measure your success — resulting in a greater return on your investment.
Unparalleled Coverage of End-User Requirements Across Vertical Industries
Whether you are a technology buyer or provider, IDC Insights' research translates today's global end-user requirements and trends into business opportunities for your organization. With dedicated businesses targeting energy, financial services, government, healthcare, manufacturing, and retail, IDC provides unmatched integration of global technology and vertical industry expertise to deliver industry-specific customer intelligence that gives clients a powerful business advantage.