Archive for September, 2007

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What is a Component Architecture?

by Admin Jeitosa | September 2007 | HR Technology, Jeitocasts, Knowledge | 0 Comments

In this Jeitocast, Karen Beaman interviews John Macy, Senior Global Advisor for Jeitosa Group in Asia Pacific and founder of Competitive Edge Technology, on the subject of SOA and services / component architectures. John is also the founder of Human Resource Component Software Application Standard (HR-CSAS) which defines the component structure for Human Resource Management Systems. As we know, no one system can ever meet all of a customer’s needs, so the issue becomes integration. SOA or Service Oriented Architecture allows what the technologists call a “loose coupling” between components or services.

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Jeitosa Expands Transnational Network, Appoints John Macy, Vice President of Asia Pacific

by Admin Jeitosa | September 2007 | News | 0 Comments

San Francisco, CA – September 20, 2007. Jeitosa Group International, one of today’s fastest growing global consulting firms specializing in human resources, finance, business strategy, and information technology, announced today its growing team of 40 transnational experts now spans more than 20 countries: US, Canada, UK, France, Germany, Spain, Italy, Switzerland, Russia, Poland, Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Australia, Singapore, China, Hong Kong, Korea, Japan, and India.
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Characteristic Business Models of the HR and Payroll Outsourcing Landscape

by Knut Ripken | September 2007 | Articles, Business Strategy, Outsourcing | 0 Comments

Human resource functions have traditionally been candidates for outsourcing. While initially outsourcing concerned payroll, benefits and HR information technology, today companies outsource an average of a dozen HR processes, according to a recent survey by Towers Perrin of Fortune 500 U.S. companies. Communication technology allows the outsourcing of a large number of HR activities on a global level. The customer may selectively outsource various administrative back-office functions, potentially to several vendors and subject to different levels of relationship.


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