Data is only as good as how it’s used. In HR tech, there are many systems that must work together and “integrate” in order to streamline and automate tasks. But integrations require a proper strategy and implementation to work. In this webinar, the experts at Benefit Technology Resources (BTR) will explain the integration acronym soup – from EDIs to APIs – and arm you with the knowledge you need to ensure your next integration project is smooth. Attendees will learn the differences between the major integration types and how they are actually set up, as well as red flags to look out for from vendors.
Corrina Nation is the Manager of Strategic Initiatives at Benefit Technology Resources. She has nearly 10 years of employee benefits, HR technology, and customer relations experience. Corrina brings a wealth of knowledge from both a broker and account executive’s perspective and understands the tech struggles that HR teams are facing today. She is a resource for all BAN agencies and prides herself on her benefits administration and project management skills. Corrina’s sole focus is helping employers develop and master their HR technology strategy while also educating benefit brokers on the importance of this ever-evolving industry.
Josh Hoover is the Strategic Client Manager for Benefit Technology Resources. His broad experience spans more than a decade of Consulting, Human Resources, Business Development, Sales, and Marketing. He offers a unique perspective in HR Technology Consulting as someone who has managed payroll, sold payroll, programmed databases, and developed an HRIS solution. As such, he has seen the process from every angle. Working with clients to find technology that can solve their problems and streamline their processes is where he excels. Developing long-term, strategic relationships with his broker partners is paramount to offering exceptional consulting services and solutions to their clients.
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