If you're looking for a partner to implement your HR Information System, the HRIS Vendor Selection Checklist in this blog will help.
Many considerations need to be taken into account when selecting and implementing HR information systems (HRIS). The needs of the business and the individual users need to be agreed and understood. The reports and analytics required are critical. And design features such as the user interface will make all the difference between adoption and obsolescence.
Selection and design considerations are also important. Do you want a customised system or an out of the box solution with configurable elements? Should data be store in the Cloud or on a local server? Do you go for one single system or a combination of specialist modules?
All these questions, and more, are addressed in our free white paper, Delivering on the HRIS Promise.
Once you have established the core requirements and design considerations, a critical stage in HRIS selection and implementation is deciding which HRIS provider to work with.
It will be an important, business critical relationship: one that will determine the success or failure of your project, so it's one that requires careful consideration.
Change Associates helps organisations select and implement HRIS systems, including the selection of vendors.
We recommend investing time early in your project to pick the right vendor for now and for the future, as this could be a long and at times testing relationship. A credible third party can provide expertise and objectivity to help you make an informed choice.
Download our free white paper Delivering on the HRIS Promise here.
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Last updated: 7 Mar 2019