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Economic Recovery and New Healthcare Legislation: The Stars Are Aligned for Increased Adoption of HR Management Systems (HRMS)
Date:5/17/2010

Acente Solutions launches new HR Business Process Consulting practice to guide emerging companies in their migration from manual, spreadsheet-based HR processes to fully automated Human Resource Management Systems (HRMS).

(PRWEB) May 17, 2010 -- Never before have so many businesses stood to gain so much, by transitioning to automated HR platforms. A number of factors are making this the right time to invest in HRMS, including the new healthcare legislation which is expected to drive more attention to compliance and risk management, and the continuing strength of the job market which is going to lead to renewed attention to talent management and retention at mid-management levels and above.

“With the early signs of an economic recovery, I am already starting to hear the urgency in the voice of many HR professionals I speak to regularly,” says Nick Laudano, Founder of Acente Solutions, a leading HRMS solutions provider in New Jersey. “The companies that find themselves poised to grow again are taking a hard look at their HR processes, and they don’t like what they see!” added Laudano. Running HR departments on spreadsheets seemed like an acceptable and necessary practice while most companies were in “survival mode” during the downturn. But now, considering that manual HR processes are not able to support the anticipated growth, and taking into account the compliance risk posed by inadequate HR audit trails, the sense of urgency among HR professionals increased dramatically.

HRMS solutions and the automation of HR processes have traditionally been adopted at higher rates in large organizations, while most SMBs stay with manual systems until either the pain level becomes unbearable or a catastrophic event happens (like a lawsuit that leads to substantial financial impact and employee moral problems). However, as is often the case wit
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