Epicor offers HCM solution in Mideast
Dubai, December 21, 2011
Epicor Software Corporation, a leader in business software solutions, has launched its award-winning human capital management (HCM) solution in the Middle East.
Epicor HCM is a comprehensive human resource information system (HRIS) designed to assist organisations to find and retain employees, provide visibility across their increasingly global workforce, and meet regulatory employee and workforce reporting requirements.
Available as on-demand software as a service (SaaS), hosted, or on-premise license, Epicor HCM integrates with the Epicor next-generation enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution, or it can be used as a standalone human resource (HR) management solution.
“Epicor HCM offers a complete HR application that is intuitive, functional and adaptive providing a complete overview of a business’ global workforce,” said Malcolm Fox, director, product marketing for Epicor.
“We are seeing a global trend amongst HR professionals where they are seeking more detailed information on the entire work life of an employee in order to support strategic business initiatives that enable better workforce planning for increased productivity.”
By automating the entire HR process, Epicor HCM offers a single software system which enables organizations to track, manage, and analyze all employee data from application to retirement.
Epicor HCM features core HR, payroll, recruitment, reporting and analytics, talent management, direct access, management of time off, tracking of sick days and benefits administration with paperless workflows.
HRO Today magazine awarded Epicor HCM the 2011 Tektonic Award for Best HRMS, and Epicor HCM was named a finalist for the 26th annual CODiE Awards in the business software category for Best Human Capital Management Solution.
The release of Epicor HCM follows the launch of the new Epicor Middle East office and the appointment of Anish Kanaran as regional director of the Middle East who will spearhead the expansion across Middle East, Africa, Turkey and India.
The new, larger, office located in Dubai will be supported by a larger complement of staff offering greater flexibility and enhanced customer service, a statement said. – TradeArabia News Service
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