Building consensus for new HR tech: Tips for your next RFP

February 20, 2020 02:00 PM EST
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To attract and retain top talent, manage competing priorities and maintain strong employee engagement, HR teams need the right benefits administration technology and services. This usually means issuing an RFP—a task few HR pros relish.

And for those designated to lead this charge, there’s a risk that the RFP may not deliver the right tech to support the change their organization needs. A flawed RFP will inform a bad choice, but a poorly managed one could be even worse. Without a well-informed champion leading your RFP and a solid framework for success, competing views among stakeholders could mean no decision at all, resulting in the dreaded status quo.

Join our Feb. 20 webinar to learn:

· Best practices for creating a unifying vision of success

· Resources for determining roles and responsibilities

· Solid change management principles for a smooth, productive RFP process

Key Speakers
  • Teresa Dax
    Teresa Dax, Director of Benefits, Schneider National, Inc.
    With 25 years of HR experience at Schneider National, Inc., one of the largest providers of trucking and logistics services in the U.S., Teresa is an RFP rock star with significant experience in leading purchasing decisions for HR systems and administration services. She is also responsible for the overall design, implementation, communication, and administration of the company’s Health & Welfare and Retirement & Leave programs.
  • Scott Brady
    Scott Brady, VP of Business Development, Future Point of View
    Remember local newspapers? Scott does. He managed three weekly, hometown rags and transitioned each one into the digital age. It wasn’t long before Scott discovered his true calling was in the tech sector. An expert in managing change fueled by transformative technology, Scott pushes the envelope at Future Point of View to help world-class organizations develop an integrated technology strategy that makes them both stronger and safer.
  • Colleen Condon
    Colleen Condon, Vice President of Client Onboarding, Businessolver
    Between her experience at Businessolver and Aon Hewitt, Colleen has nearly 20 years of professional experience in health and welfare benefits administration. At Businessolver, she works closely with HR teams looking for benefits administration technology and services to ensure her colleagues fully understand each employer’s unique needs and business goals. In responding to RFPs, she leads a team of proposal writers to find alignment between each prospect’s needs and Businessolver’s products, services and culture.