Published since 2011, The HRIS & Payroll Vendor Comparison Report is the most widely requested publication available to assist HR and payroll professionals with the evaluation of HRIS (Human Resource Information System), HCM (Human Capital Management) and HRMS (Human Resource Management System) software solutions. This annual report features an extensive side-by-side assessment enabling a streamlined approach to quickly and effectively compare HRIS and payroll solutions available today.
“We have once again strengthened the content of the HRIS & Payroll Vendor Comparison Report by broadening the number of solutions and expanding the evaluation criteria to include areas such as AI, workforce intelligence, predictive analytics, social and mobile enablement, and sentiment analysis that organizations are requesting and even demanding in solutions today,” commented Mike Maiorino, CEO HRMS Solutions. “The insistence for reliable and objective insight pertaining to HRIS, payroll, time and talent management providers continues to be highly sought after by organizations looking to invest in new or replace existing systems used to manage their people.”
In his HR Technology Market 2019: Disruption Ahead report, Josh Bersin estimates the HR technology market for developed economies in North America and Europe alone to be $158 billion. Interestingly too this report mentioned that 54% of companies surveyed in 2018 were increasing their spending in HR technology. “With these findings and the ever-evolving HR tech market fueled with billions of dollars from private equity and venture capital firms, our HR & Payroll Vendor Comparison Report will provide significant value for mid-market organizations preparing to invest in HR and payroll technology vendors this year,” added Sandi Krason, Marketing Director at HRMS Solutions.
“HR professionals are facing the management of an overwhelming amount of people data and an increasing amount of pressure from their organization’s leaders to improve employee engagement, advance people development and create a more empowered and productive workforce to propel their organization forward,” said Krason. “I believe and agree with several HR technology analysts that in order to meet these latest organizational demands, the most comprehensive and competitive workforce management applications need to offer a unified approach to the areas of learning, coaching, performance and career planning enabling clients to develop their team members effectively and proactively.”
With over 275 evaluation taxonomies in our new 2019 HRIS & Vendor Comparison Report, HR and payroll professionals can use this assessment as an initial screening tool to narrow the potential list of viable solutions available to mid-market organizations (i.e. 100 – 5,000 employees) with the capabilities organizations are necessitating today.
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Press release regarding this announcement can be found here.