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Microsoft launched Dynamics 365 for Talent using the core HR capability in Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations and added new features to it. Dynamics 365 for Talent fully integrates with Finance and Operations but for users of Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations you might be wondering whether you should now be managing HR from Talent.
As you can see when it comes to core HR capability both solutions offer very similar functions. For users of Dynamics AX 2012 or Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations much of this core HR capability in Talent should be very familiar but there is some powerful extra capability available.
There are several reasons that make managing your HR from Talent an obvious choice.
The other consideration is that Microsoft are investing heavily in Talent, adding new capability with every release and we expect this to continue. Your people are key to your success and for any business looking to attract top talent and reduce administrative tasks for their HR team, Talent is the clear winner.
For some organisations where staff turnover is low, and recruitment is less of a challenge or priority then sticking with Finance and Operations might make sense. This solution also contains some features not available in talent, such as:
For now, there are clear benefits of running your HR capability in either system, however as Microsoft continues to invest heavily in Talent we do expect the benefits of Talent to start to outweigh the benefits of Finance and Operations. For many organisations the decision between the two will come down to cost and understanding the cost savings available through automation, improved recruitment and the self-service that Talent creates.
Download our comprehensive guide to Dynamics 365 for Talent here.
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