If you don’t have the right human resources management system (HRMS) solution, HR can quickly become overwhelmed with just the day-to-day tasks—much less delivering insightful business intelligence. Many organizations turn to an HRMS solution to help face the many challenges, economic pressures, and tactical issues that arise every day. If you are looking to implement an HRMS solution to increase control over employee data, optimize productivity, and take employee engagement to the next level, make sure the solution you choose provides functionality that supports there 5 key issues.
A recent survey by Saratoga discovered that employee compensation, including benefits, accounts for 35% of operating expenses in a typical organization.1 With so many company resources dedicated to maintaining the workforce, it is necessary to identify ways to improve results, increase efficiency, and lower costs. Human Resource Management Systems (HRMS) help you find such opportunities and capitalize on them.
Sage believes expertise unshared is knowledge wasted, so they’ve distilled what they’ve learned from over 12,000 Sage HRMS customers and created this HR software buyer’s guide with useful information you need to know, including: • Recent trends in human resources and HR technology. • Top ten considerations for HRMS. • A key software capabilities checklist. • How to evaluate the company behind the product. Sage wants to make the HR software purchase process as painless as possible and help you find the right HR software solution for your needs, whether that solution is Sage HRMS or another.
Managing massive volumes of information requires time and resources—two luxuries that most lean-and-mean businesses simply don’t have enough of today. A cost-efficient solution to this challenge is an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system that allows you to integrate all your management processes into a single, coherent information system.
When evaluating ERP systems for purchase, one important criterion lies in whether customers are looking for an on-premise ERP solution, a cloud-based ERP system, or a hybrid combination of the two.
The search for the right Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) provider can be stressful, particularly when both the buyer and the vendor get stuck in the features or technical requirements and forget about the bigger picture—what the main business issues are that you actually trying to solve and whether this new investment will actually help you resolve these specific challenges.
People need more than just product information; they also need other kinds of input to make sound accounting and manufacturing software decisions.
Read how Golden Artist Colors Paints gained new competitive advantages after implementing Sage ERP X3.
Discover why leading accounting and consulting firm Grant Thornton choose Sage 300 ERP to improve its operations.
Read why Kodiak Northwest chose Sage 100 ERP to manage its growing business.