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8/4/2014 | 3:57:07 PM
Kenexa is not an HCM system.
Just so you know, IBM Kenexa is not an HR system of record, like a PeopleSoft or a Workday HCM. Rather it integrates with those and other HCM systems -- and that could include Talent-management systems -- to provide predictive insights into the workforce and the state of leadership, hiring, retention, collaboration, and preparedness to meet changing marketing conditions or technical or regulatory requirements. Think of it as the icing on the cake or the butter on the bread of HCM. 


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