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Humanic Design is Pleased to Announce Application Self Service (APSS) to its Product Suite to Empower Organizations with Automation
Date:12/15/2009

Humanic Design, a leading provider of Human Resource Management Systems (HRMS), announced in a direct response to demand for increased technology solutions from its clients, Self Service Applicant (APSS) to its suite of HR software, to increase productivity and focus HR on strategic matters.

Mahwah, NJ (PRWEB) December 15th 2009 -- Humanic Design, a leading provider of Human Resource Management Systems (HRMS), announced in a direct response to demand for increased technology solutions from its clients, Self Service Applicant (APSS) to its suite of HR software, to increase productivity and focus HR on strategic matters.

“In today's economy, the pool of resources is growing more than ever before. Having the ability to monitor applicants and quickly distinguish talent from the masses has never been easier with Humanic's Applicant Self Service product (APSS),” said Jeff Noolas, President of Humanic Design. “Humanic’s existing client, STAR Financial, has been successfully using the application in beta and working with the development team to assure it will fit clients’ requirements. They are very pleased with the final product. Humanic's APSS is fully integrated with Humanic’s core HRMS module and is updated real time with full audit controls.”

APSS is set up as a link on an organizations website as ‘Careers’ or ‘Opportunities’ and branded with the organization’s information to streamline with the existing website and solidify the brand. “It’s easy to see the enormous cost savings in both time and money with the elimination of paper job application forms, resumes, and cover letters. Additionally, there is a very user-friendly report writer to monitor applicant activity and satisfy various Federal and State compliance requirements,” said Terri David, Compensation Manager of STAR Financial Bank.

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