Will allow the University to streamline processes, improve reporting and compliance.
Australia’s Victoria University has chosen to integrate human capital management (HCM) cloud-based solution to help attract, develop, and retain top teaching talent whilst improving student experience and driving innovation.
Oracle’s Fusion Cloud Human Capital Management (HCM), will be implemented and managed by DXC, will allow the University to streamline processes, improve reporting and compliance, and achieve a seamless payroll integration in accordance with education requirements and standards.
Victoria University currently utilises a myriad of complex systems to manage its workforce, from recruitment through off-boarding.
The University’s systems are partially integrated and many processes paper based, which requires manual intervention and introduces significant risk and cost. This new solution will provide an end-to-end, fully integrated HCM platform that is intended to keep pace with the shifts in technology enabling human resources, incorporating Artificial Intelligence (AI) reporting to inform strategic business decisions.
“The HCM initiative aims to transform Victoria University’s employee experience and improve productivity through agile best-practice processes,” said Shaun Eltham, vice president, People and Culture from Victoria University. “The main aspirations for this project were to have a flexible system with a user-centred design that delivers an exceptional employee experience and increases employee satisfaction.”
Victoria University’s vision is to be open and create exceptional value for any student from any background, uplifting the communities in which the university operates.
The University has outlined three strategic pillars – Transformational Agenda, Financial Sustainability, and Improved Staff Experience – that define the outcomes the university is seeking to achieve. In alignment with this strategy, the university has designed a digital roadmap incorporating an operational, integrated HCM solution by 2021.