Selecting The Right HRMS Partner For You

Prior to the notion of an integrated set of HR processes and software, tracking the administrative side of human resources largely was a homegrown employee recordkeeping system or, for some companies, an expanded payroll system. Spreadsheets and flat-file databases were sufficient for keeping track of employee data, personnel files contained a manageable number of documents, and regulations were easily addressed and certainly less complex. If you were large enough to justify the purchase of a payroll system or a Human Resources Information System (HRIS), you typically had access to a staff of specialists who could design, build and maintain the system and run reports.

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