Objective, Experienced and Exceptional Services
HRMS Solutions began selling and implementing HRIS, Payroll and Talent Management solutions in 2003 from a small office in Washington, D.C. The mission was to represent a few, highly qualified vendors that could deliver on the promises we made to our clients.
Today, we have a select team of sales and consulting professionals placed in key locations across the United States and in Canada.
We believe our company offers businesses a better approach to buying and implementing HR technology. We start with a choice, and work with them to compare, evaluate, buy and implement the solution that best fits their needs, whether that’s a solution we offer or another solution. We do what’s right for the customer.
Our mission is to become a trusted advisor and provide our clients with the best experience they have ever had when purchasing and implementing software technology.
The culture of the company is based on work life balance. We believe that in order to be competitive, we need to provide our associates an environment that allows them to thrive and leverage their knowledge to successfully perform their day-to-day responsibilities without having to sacrifice their time with their family.
HR Manager, Perkins Eastman
I'm glad I had HRMS Solutions on my team to help me choose the right HRIS System. This is a big decision and you only want to make it once.
Chief Human Resources Officer, IFDC
We are continually impressed by HRMS’ high level of customer service and genuine consideration for your customers.
SPHR Human Resources Administrator
Our HRMS consultant was the exact, perfect and only choice for us. We got really lucky and couldn’t have asked for someone more patient, more enthusiastic ...
Director, Human Resources, FuelCell Energy, Inc.
I have implemented many software packages. Our HRMS implementation consultant was by far the best I've ever worked with.
HR Manager, Payette
I felt like we got a fair shake from HRMS Solutions in terms of honest information about what works and what doesn't work when comparing software packages.