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Workstream Changes the Market Equation

New one dollar-per-employee model will change the Workstream market forever.

Ventana QuickTake™

Workstream has announced a new simplified pricing model to drive massive adoption of their enterprise workforce management suite. This solution is available in hosted and rental software as a service model. In a move that massively undercuts the traditional HRMS and ERP providers like Oracle and SAP, Workstream is offering its entire suite at one US dollar per employee, per month when ordered in quantity. For companies with thousands of employees, this price could save organizations millions of dollars annually, compared to purchasing software and paying maintenance and consulting services for customization. Ventana Research believes that this dramatically reduced pricing model will make it so simple to adopt and rapidly deploy workforce management that organizations will quickly move beyond their existing HRMS providers to save money and mitigate risk.

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