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Ceridian CFO Lois Martin and Nucleus Research CEO Ian Campbell Present Webinar on the Value of a Single Human Capital Management Application

Ceridian Corporation, a global provider of human capital management solutions, announces its free webinar: The Value of a Single Human Capital Management Solution. The one-hour webinar featuring Lois Martin, chief financial officer at Ceridian, guest speaker Ian Campbell, chief executive officer at Nucleus Research and Larry Dunivan, senior vice-president of products & technology at Ceridian, will discuss how a single application for Human Capital Management, with one employee record, one user experience and zero interfaces, eliminates the risks that are inherent with traditional integrated HCM systems.

For many companies, their current HCM technology is a collection of disparate systems reliant on fragile interfaces, causing errors in payroll processing and costing their organization money. For instance, an error rate as little as 1 percent would find organizations bleeding upwards of $100,000 for every $ 10 million of payroll processed industry-wide. As businesses fight to meet payroll deadlines, administer benefits effectively and comply with regulations and tax requirements in place, a system that unifies all of HCM under a single application and provides CFOs and their departments with a real-time view of payroll is required. Learn how a single HCM application such as Dayforce HCM can:

  • Contain costs by significantly reducing payroll and related processing errors
  • Improve visibility and predictability in expenses
  • Provide greater support for credible decision-making

Register today and join us on December 18, 2012 from 2 p.m. - 3 p.m. ET to hear about what CFOs should consider when evaluating HCM solutions and learn about the proven ROI benefits behind a single HCM application, technology solution.

About Ceridian
Ceridian is a global product and services company delivering trusted results and transformative Human Capital Management technology. We help organizations save time and money, increase employee engagement and productivity. Our offering includes payroll, benefits, tax services, compliance, human resources including Dayforce Human Capital Management and Employee Assistance Programs. As the driving force in payment innovations, we are an industry leader in payroll outsourcing and corporate expense management. Our award-winning products and services deliver trusted results to more than 140,000 customers in 52 countries. Ceridian - Transforming Human Capital Management since 1932. For more information about Ceridian visit www.ceridian.com or call 800-729-7655.

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