Our report helps identify exactly what ‘bells and whistles’ HR decisions makers should consider in their upcoming purchase.
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Seminole, FL (PRWEB) May 14, 2013
CompareHRIS.com, a leading HR Software Research Center, announced today the release of their HRIS/HCM Requirements Report. The report provides data and insight from HR Technology managers and HR decision-makers looking for Human Resources software. It reveals the connection between company size and what qualified buyers of HR technology feel is most important.
“Today’s HRIS products are both comprehensive and versatile and can broaden the scope and abilities of HR, justifying their expense,” says Carolyn Sokol of compareHRIS. “Our report helps identify exactly what ‘bells and whistles’ HR decisions makers should consider in their upcoming purchase.”
The HRIS Selector Tool, used as the foundation for the report, asks a series of questions about HR system requirements and the importance of each. The results reflect responses from 1,788 HR professionals who were considering new HR technology in 2012. It is interesting to note a few surprising but definitive findings between what companies of different sizes are looking for.
CompareHRIS.com provides a truly unique service for the human resources industry to better match vendor requirements to user needs. These findings are useful to HRIS/HCM product managers and developers in honing their products and addressing market challenges and opportunities.
CompareHRIS.com puts the HR professional in touch with HRIS systems and HRMS vendors offering the HR software that most closely matches their requirements.
The site presents line-by-line comparisons of HRIS products and provides a valuable service to HR pros, helping them navigate the market by offering apples-to-apples assessments.
With over 165,000 visitors in 2012, compareHRIS.com has grown to be one of the world’s most valuable resources for any company looking for an HRIS solution.
For questions about the report or to request more information please contact Carolyn Sokol at c.sokol(at)compareHRIS(dot)com.