Infohrm Announces the Availability of New Workforce Reporting and Analysis Tools to Create More Effective Human Capital Reports and Queries

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Delivered in an on-demand format, Infohrm Report Designer and Infohrm Query Workspace provide users with increased functionality through intuitive, yet powerful tools for workforce reporting and analysis.

Infohrm's new data analysis and reporting tools provide simple-to-use technology while offering the most comprehensive reporting capability in the marketplace.

The Infohrm Group, the leader in on-demand, full service workforce planning, reporting and analytics solutions today announced the release of two new data analysis tools: Infohrm Report Designer and Infohrm Query Workspace. Available now, these advanced workforce reporting and data analysis tools help users quickly and accurately design, execute, and publish data-driven queries while seamlessly integrating and leveraging aggregated data drawn from both HRIS and other talent management systems. As with all Infohrm solutions, the new reporting tools are delivered via a cost-effective on-demand technology platform.

Infohrm Report Designer enhances the user's ability to deliver professional reports to their audience by email, PDF or Excel. Through a simple drag and drop interface that enables real-time changes to the report's content, design and functionality, users can create unlimited custom reports from either a blank canvas or by modifying saved report templates. The reports work in tandem with the Infohrm member dashboards' powerful security features, limiting readers to role-appropriate data and analysis, and are automatically updated with each data refresh.

Infohrm Query Workspace is designed for advanced data analysis, providing the capability to identify workforce trends across hundreds of measures, analytical dimensions and organizational units. Users can quickly build queries and conduct root cause investigations that combine multiple measures and dimensions into a single view, with filters available to perform more detailed analysis and segmentation. Results can be presented in both table and chart format, and outputs are compatible with standard applications such as Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel.

"At Safeco, people are our competitive advantage. To manage our workforce to its true capability, we need to make informed human capital decisions," said Jeffrey Ward, Assistant Vice-President for Operational Excellence at Safeco Corporation. "Infohrm's new reporting and analysis tools enable us to more effectively share human capital data with our business leaders and demonstrate how our employees contribute to business outcomes."

"Our members' desire for more powerful and flexible human capital analysis and reporting tools is driving advances in how we utilize the vast array of workforce data available to members," said Mick Collins, Infohrm's Director of Marketing for North America. "Infohrm's new data analysis and reporting tools provide simple-to-use technology while offering the most comprehensive reporting capability in the marketplace." Learn how increasing the quality and simplicity of workforce reporting can improve your organization's data-driven decision-making.

About Infohrm Group
The Infohrm Group is the global leader in on-demand workforce planning, reporting, and human capital analytics solutions. With over 25 years of experience, and a strong customer base consisting of Fortune 500 and 1000 clients, Infohrm has paved the way for organizations to measure the impact of human capital initiatives and drive business results. The Infohrm solutions couple a leading edge on-demand technology platform with strategic consulting services to focus on the analysis of data to help organizations make informed decisions around human capital practices. Visit http://www.infohrm.com

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