Technology Brings Employee the Hartford Experience

Hammers, Maryann
April 2003
Workforce (10928332);Apr2003, Vol. 82 Issue 4, p42
Provides information on a technology initiative launched by financial service and insurance company Hartford to consolidate and bring online the human resource (HR) systems of the company. Background on The Hartford Experience, a branding strategy launched by the company; Role of Shelly Bancroft, assistant vice president of HR information systems at Hartford, in the implementation of the initiative; Challenge faced by Bancroft in building an integrated data warehouse for HR data.


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