Deland, FL (PRWEB) April 5, 2010
Perryman Software, developer of PAM Web (PAM) employee performance management software, is introducing exciting new features in its latest release of PAM. A phrase selector provides a ‘competency and score specific’ list of comments a reviewer can choose from when composing feedback for an employee review. Word Check allows Human Resources to maintain a bank of words and phrases that PAM may then flag as ‘disallowed’ if a reviewer tries to include them in a review. Other new features include employee journals, enhanced goals, budget management, advanced filtering, and more. The new release will be available mid April 2010.
PAM is a web-based, automated performance management system that may integrate with your human resources/payroll software, or it may be used stand alone. This automated, paperless system streamlines the appraisal management process. When appraisals are ready for an action, PAM notifies the appropriate person with an email alert. It tracks approvers and reviewers, allowing appraisals to be written, scored, approved, and even signed electronically in a timely manner.
Our turnkey implementation methodology makes our solution easy to deploy and sets you up to maintain your company’s employee performance appraisal system with little effort. With customizable templates, progress tracking capabilities, notifications, goal management, and scoring, PAM will allow you to get started quickly and have a complete employee appraisal solution that will essentially administer itself.
To speak with someone about PAM Web, please call 800.551.6875 x214. To learn more about PAM Web and view an online demo, please visit http://www.performancepam.com.
About Perryman Software
Perryman Software is the developer of PAM Web, a completely web-based Performance Appraisal Management system developed from the ground up through direction from clients. It is intuitive and meets the requirements HR professionals seek to develop their employees and increase workplace performance and satisfaction. To learn more about PAM, please visit http://www.performancepam.com.