At the SaaStr Annual conference, InCountry and Talent Systems are announcing data residency for the three most deployed and enterprise-grade human capital management SaaS systems. Multinational companies are struggling to comply with data residency laws for employee data in jurisdictions such as China and Saudi Arabia, as well as worker agreements that mandate financial, tax, social, and health data be kept within countries such as Germany and Australia.
Fully localized and compliant HCM workflows
The InCountry and Talent Systems joint solution operates local HCM workflows that are fully contained within each country, and integrate with the global HCM system to ensure compliance with personal data regulations.
Local employees, contractors, candidates, and managers in a country can complete recruiting, onboarding, assessments, and other common HR functions while still fully integrating with the global HCM system from Workday, SAP SuccessFactors, or Oracle Talent Acquisition Cloud (Taleo) and HCM Cloud.
Workflows can be fully customized and localized to improve efficiency and local user experience. Fine-grained access controls from the source HCM system are fully supported at the data and application level to ensure that global controls are enforced at the local level.
Cross-border data transfers with anonymization
In case when the cross-border transfer of personal data is prohibited, personal data is fully encrypted, tokenized, or masked in global HCM systems, enabling the smooth operation of global functions while maintaining strict local data compliance. Global managers can continue to see anonymized data and perform their functions while still respecting local data controls.
Data retention, right to be forgotten, and more compliance features
The InCountry and Talent Systems joint solution fully supports data retention and other policies and is fully compatible with existing workflows such as the right to be forgotten and other data subject access requests. Continue to operate your global HCM solution and support global staff while respecting local compliance.