Montreal, Quebec (PRWEB) January 13, 2009
Technology Evaluation Centers Inc. (TEC), the leading resource for enterprise software selection, has released a new human resources information systems (HRIS) buyer's guide targeting small and medium businesses (SMBs).
This informative guide looks at some of the major challenges faced by SMBs today and offers suggestions as to how they can be overcome. Business and technology decision makers can learn about core features of HRIS and the wide range of options available to SMBs in this ever-evolving market.
"Today, HR is making the transformation from being a seemingly low-priority function to a strategic and vital part of business. Organizations that continue to view HR as strictly an administrative service, or fail to infuse HR functions throughout, will inevitably limit their ability to compete and grow. They must invest in an HRIS that offers flexibility to fit their company's changing needs. The options are endless," said Sherry Fox, manager of TEC's Research Analyst Group.
The report includes customer success stories from Nikon and Commerce Bank, as well as a comprehensive directory highlighting industry leading vendors in HRIS, including: Auxillium West; Ceridian Canada Limited; CheckPoint HR; Lawson; NuView Systems, Inc.; Sage Software; Ultimate Software; UnicornHRO; and more.
With planned distribution to over 250,000 decision makers via TEC's channels, the 2008 buyer's guide is available for download at no charge.
About Technology Evaluation Centers (TEC)
Technology Evaluation Centers (TEC) provides insight and expertise in offering impartial resources and services to minimize the costs, risks, and time associated with software selection. Over 3.5 million technology decision makers visit TEC's web sites each month, to find information on hundreds of solutions, and to access articles, white papers, and podcasts. TEC's decision support system (DSS) and analyst data assist with the evaluation, comparison, and selection of enterprise solutions and services. TEC's offerings include in-depth research, detailed product information, and software selection services for any industry or company size. http://www.technologyevaluation.com.