Getting Your HR Technology Projects Funded: IHRIM August Webinar Shows How to Build a Winning Business Case

Constructing a sound, comprehensive business case is key to communicating the value of HR technology projects to senior managers. This IHRIM August webinar demonstrates that by clarifying and quantifying the issues involved in the project, your chances of getting your project funded are greatly improved.

Burlington, MA (PRWEB) August 10, 2005 -- Great ideas for HR technology projects are often never realized due to lack of funding. To help HR professionals solve this dilemma, on August 23 IHRIM is presenting a webinar titled “Improve your batting average – How to build a winning business case.” The presenter will demonstrate how to build a business case that clearly articulates the costs and benefits of proposed initiatives in terms that senior managers can understand. By helping you to clarify and quantify the issues involved in proposed projects, you should greatly improve your ability to get funding.

The webinar will introduce attendees to business case concepts and approaches to enable them to sell their HR technology solutions to management. They will learn how to communicate the value of proposed initiatives to senior leaders, particularly those outside of the HR function. Any professional or manager who needs to promote HR technology in their organization should attend this session, e.g., HRIS directors, managers, project managers, and analysts as well as HR generalists should attend.

Steve Dawson, senior consultant with Executive Alliance, will be the presenter. He has been active in the HR technology field for the past 10 years. In his current position, Mr. Dawson has helped numerous clients build successful business cases for a range of HR software and services projects. Prior to Executive Alliance, he was an IT director for Boston Scientific Corporation where he assisted with the creation of several successful business cases for HR technology solutions.

IHRIM has an impressive selection of education offerings scheduled for this summer and early fall – see the Calendar of Events at For information about the August 23 webinar, please visit This program has been approved for 1.50 re-certification credit hours toward PHR and SPHR re-certification through the Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI).

The International Association for Human Resource Information Management has served the professionals of the HR systems and technology community for 25 years. Its mission is to be the leading global source of knowledge for the application of human resource information and technology to improve organizational effectiveness. For details about the association and its products and services, please visit

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Tom Faulkner
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