HRchitect Releases 2nd Quarter Results

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HRchitect, a Human Capital Management (HCM) consulting services firm and the leader in Applicant Tracking System (ATS) and Employee Performance Management (EPM) consulting, announced at last weekÂ?s shareholderÂ?s meeting the results of its second quarter successes.

HRchitect, a Human Capital Management (HCM) consulting services firm and the leader in Applicant Tracking System (ATS) and Employee Performance Management (EPM) consulting, announced at last week’s shareholder’s meeting the results of its second quarter successes.

During the second quarter of 2005, HRchitect signed 21 new client projects including Barclays Global Investors, Biogen Idec, Cendant, CTX Mortgage, Maersk Sealand, Mars, Moses Cone Health System, Northrop Grumman, Progressive Insurance, RadioShack, and Raytheon.

“The first half of 2005 has been extremely strong for us and has provided great momentum moving into the second half of the year,” said Rick Fletcher, President of HRchitect. “We have significantly increased staffing and have put into place a number of new initiatives to meet customer demands and industry trends.”

HRchitect is now in its eighth year and continues to be profitable. As the leading ATS and EPM consulting firm, HRchitect’s model is to maintain its vendor neutrality in order to provide unbiased expertise in HR technology consulting. This has led to new partnerships with many HCM vendors who recognize the value to their prospects and customers, and the value that HRchitect brings to the process. HRchitect has also recently announced the launch of a Strategic Planning Services program for PeopleSoft customers and will be launching additional practices as the year progresses.

“Our tremendous growth this year has allowed us to put a greater emphasis and focus on partnerships,” said Fletcher. “We have been developing new partnerships at a healthy rate, as more companies and HCM software vendors are recognizing our leadership position in HR technology consulting.”

Visit HRchitect at http://www.HRchitect.com or call 469-287-6001 for more information.

About HRchitect

HRchitect is the first full-service Human Capital Management (HCM) systems consulting presence and the leader in Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS) and Employee Performance Management (EPM) consulting. The capabilities that HRchitect provides allows HRchitect to assist clients in planning, acquiring, developing and retaining the talent needed to compete in an increasingly automated 21st century workplace. While completing 210 successful client engagements over the last eight years, HRchitect has developed proprietary approaches, methodologies, tools and techniques for rapid delivery of real systems value in today’s wired and tomorrow's wireless global business environment. HRchitect has participated in the successful evaluation and implementation of eHR software components for leading F500 technology adopters such as Sprint, Hyatt, FedEx, Cendant, The Walt Disney Company, Southwest Airlines, Blockbuster, and Verizon;

high-tech, high-growth leaders such as Intuit, Broadvision, Perot Systems, Siebel, Juniper Networks, WebMD, and Tektronix; manufacturing companies such as Raytheon, Northrop Grumman, Atrium, Celestica, Flextronics, Titan and Precor; retail leaders such as Walmart, OfficeMax, RadioShack, Nordstrom, L.L. Bean, Reebok, and Target; healthcare/bio-tech organizations such as Washington Dental, The Mayo Clinic, Express Scripts, Biogen Idec, Tenet Healthcare, BD Pharmingen, Moses Cone Health System, and Scripps; and financial organizations including, Barclays Global Investors, Washington Mutual, Wells Fargo, First USA, Boeing Credit Union, VISA and Mountain America Credit Union.

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Matt Lafata

Marketing

HRchitect

469-287-6001

mlafata@HRchitect.com

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