A nationally respected authority on Human Resource Information Systems, New Yorker Marc S. Miller has over 35 years experience with all aspects of technology solutions for the function of Human Resources including Strategy and Business Case / Cost Justification for new HRMS decisions, best practices, Needs Analysis, Request For Proposal development and Vendor Evaluation methodologies.
A sought after speaker, Mr. Miller has addressed thousands of HR Technology professionals in his participation with such organizations as the American Management Association, American Payroll, SHRM and IHRIM and many HRMS software providers’ conferences.
He is a founding member of the NYC IHRIM Association chapter. He previously served on it’s Board in 1992. In 1995, Mr. Miller received IHRIMS’ highest award, its Summit Award for his overall industry contributions.
Professor Miller’s book “Heroic HR” (2nd Edition) was released in May 2012, and has become a must read for HR executives seeking added value from the use of technology.
Marc Miller’s most recent book “The Death of HR: Who Killed H. (Harriet) R. (Rose) Job? – was published in Fall 2018
Additionally, Marc Miller is an Adjunct Professor - teaching HRM and HR Technology in the MBA programs at NYU, Manhattan College and LIU, and has done so for over 10 years.
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