Most HR leaders know that data can help them make more strategic business decisions. The problem? Volume. A Fortune 500 technology solutions provider came to us to help streamline its overburdened HR insights and analytics system. The West Monroe team built a centralized data model designed to empower the provider’s HR team with rapid insights and interactive visualizations.
The West Monroe team took our clunky, siloed data acquisition and analytics process and turned it into a unified system that enables quick, cross-team insights. We had no idea we were missing.
The technology solutions provider already understood how necessary HR data was to understanding their employee population and individuals’ career journeys. But its human resources information management (HRIS) team struggled to efficiently engage available data acquisition tools. It took the team significant time and effort to define which metrics were most meaningful to the organization, manage data quality, and uncover usable insights.
So West Monroe put together a multidisciplinary team to:
Our team included experts spanning operations excellence, data engineering, organizational change management, and analytics. Together, we merged our industry knowledge, technical expertise, and process optimization experience to:
We drew from our experience in business analysis, data modeling and visualization, and HR solutions to help the client not only determine their unique business requirements, but also to execute the technical design and implementation in a short timeframe.
Our team sifted through mountains of HR information to help a Fortune 500 technology solutions provider uncover its greatest data peaks. The resulting data analytics and visualization model designed by West Monroe led to a 75% reduction in the amount of time it took the provider’s HR team to arrive at meaningful insights. Additionally, reporting is now a centralized, shared asset that allows departments across the organization to uncover new insights that inform strategic employee journey decisions.