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ERP for Human Resources: HR Software

by John Smith John Smith is a Marketing Manager for an UK & US l
ERP systems for Human Resources serve a very sensitive area in any company. The staff is the most important asset that a company has, it provides competitive advantages that allow it to differentiate itself from others of the same type. If you're looking for an HR ERP but don't know where to start, you're in luck. In this article we will talk about the best solutions, what are the outstanding features and their prices.

What is an ERP System for Human Resources
We can define what a human resources ERP is as a computer system made up of a set of modules specialized in different tasks with the aim of optimizing personnel management.

The modules that we will usually find in an HR ERP are:

Recruitment of personnel : automates the selection process and publication in different job portals
Employee evaluation : measures the performance of the worker through different KPIs
LMS module : plans training itineraries, course management and development plans in the company
Time Control and Shifts : records the working hours of the staff. Manage permits, vacations and leave
Management module : generates contracts and payroll for the staff. Send the information to the dept. financial
Employee portal : enhances communication between workers and the human resources department
In general, in ERP systems there are complementary modules whose contracting is optional: Sales, CRM, Accounting, Warehouse... The client can "build" a system tailored to suit the company.

When the company decides to install an HR ERP, the search begins in a market where there is a lot of competition. You will find many proposals and each provider will try to convince you that theirs is the best. To decide well, you have to take into account some considerations that will make the decision more effective.

Three key aspects to consider so that the choice of the ERP for Human Resources is carried out successfully:

Define the processes that occur in the company : the starting point is to be clear about the processes to determine if the system fits them.
Pay attention to functionality and ease of use – The system should be easy to use, with a relatively low learning curve for staff to adapt quickly.
Choosing a supplier with proven experience : The supplier's solvency and track record, its work team, after-sales support and the maintenance system are qualities that we must keep in mind.
The implementation of an ERP system for Human Resources involves a process of change, and the company must ensure its viability and profitability before opting for a specific system.

Types of HR ERP that you will find in our comparison
Regardless of the functionalities, there are different types of solutions. The fundamental difference that most impacts efficiency and operation is that of the installation. Depending on this parameter, it is possible to find: local, cloud and hybrid ERPs .

A local ERP (On Premise model) is installed on the servers of the human resources company. It requires a high initial investment for the acquisition of the license.

In addition to the purchase of the license, additional costs may be incurred for software maintenance, support and updates.

An HR ERP in the cloud (SaaS model), is installed on a cloud server and is paid for use. It offers the advantages of mobility, automatic updating and permanent availability of the system for users.

There are also hybrid ERPs for Human Resources (hosting model) , in which management is carried out in a local system but information can be consulted through the cloud.

ERP's can also be classified according to the owner of the software. Some are open source, free and free, which, in general, are useful to those companies that require very basic functionalities. 

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