'Optimizing Your Excel Enabled Compensation Process' A Complimentary Webinar Hosted by HCR Software

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The webinar “Optimizing Your Excel Enabled Compensation Process” to be held on January 23, 2008 will discuss how Compensation Managers can successfully optimize their excel-based Compensation process.

Optimizing Your Excel Enabled Compensation Process

HCR Software, a leading provider of Pay-for-Performance software and services, today announced a free HR best practices webinar series on the topic of “Optimizing Your Excel Enabled Compensation Process”. The complimentary event will take place on Wednesday, January 23rd; the keynote speaker is Don Berman, expert in excel and compensation process automation and Chief Technology Officer for HCR Software.

Did you know that over 70% of organizations continue to use Excel to enable their Compensation processes? Compensation Managers overwhelmingly rely on Microsoft Excel plus Email to facilitate their Salary Planning and Incentive Planning processes. In fact, most Compensation Managers have settled into an arduous and manual process of creating individual worksheets for line managers to update with recommended merit and bonus increases for their employees. Subsequently, to reduce the risk of error associated with a manual process, Compensation Managers must often spend untold hours auditing and consolidating completed worksheets, to ensure managers have not altered formulas or input invalid data. This process, while far from ideal, is the unfortunate reality for many Compensation professionals.

In this complimentary Webinar, you can learn how to optimize your excel-based Compensation process.

Topics include:
-How to create worksheets that are more user-friendly and valuable to managers
-How to automatically reduce the risks often associated with manually input data
-How to simplify complex formulas which support your organizationÂ’s Pay-for-Performance strategy
-How to help managers find and correct any errors or inconsistencies with their recommendations
-How to provide real-time visual summaries to assist managers in making better informed decisions

Join us for: Optimizing Your Excel Enabled Compensation Process. Learn key concepts on this topic including how your organization can take advantage of proven best practices. Click here to register for the Webinar https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/739700849 . This event is the latest installment of HCR SoftwareÂ’s popular Wednesday Webinar Series, featuring topics related to employee retention and engagement.

Don Berman brings nearly 25 years of Information Technology experience, providing technology direction and supervision for HCRÂ’s Pay-for-Performance Suite. Since 1989, Don has spearheaded the introduction and adoption of legacy extension, client/server, and inter/intranet technologies at many Fortune 1000 companies, serving in every role, from architect/designer through senior technology advisor. Prior to joining HCR at inception, Don filled the CTO role for JGI where the concepts behind HCRÂ’s products, CompensationXL and PerformanceXL, were conceived. Before that, Don co-founded and served as CEO of CS Strategies, Inc., a New Jersey-based technology solutions provider. He has also served as manager of consulting services for InSci, and technical marketing consultant/sales for both Viewpoint Systems and KnowledgeWare.

About HCR Software
HCR Software is a leading provider of flexible and affordable Compensation Management and Performance Management software. The Company prides itself on its patent-pending technology, solid customer references, and flexibility in meeting customer requirements with an approach that maximizes business impact while minimizing management challenges. More information can be accessed at http://www.hcrss.com

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