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Planned Changes to HRMS

July 15, 1999
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The new breed of HR decision maker continually modifies, upgrades, and develops new HR systems due to changes in legislation, the company’s business opportunities, and management information requirements. In addition, new technologies create new opportunities.

Planned Changes to HRMS in Next Two Years

Workforce Magazine Subscribers with HRMS Function

Workforce Online Users with HRMS Function

Adding Network Capabilities

41%

36%

Integrating Payroll and HR Administration

37

28

Installing a new System

33

28

Adding Employee Self-Service

33

34

Adding Workstations

26

38

Adding Manager Self-Service

26

25

Switching to a New Product

24

31

Consolidating The System

17

17

Investigating Client-Server Software

14

21

Moving Payroll From a Service Vendor to Internal Administration

9

7

Using Thin Client, Windows Terminals or Net PC’s

7

7

Establishing a Data Warehouse/Datamart

6

9

Establishing Workflow

6

12

Downsizing from Mainframe

4

7

Moving Payroll from Internal Administration to a Service Vendor

4

9

Using Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Software

2

6

Source: Workforce Subscriber and Workforce Online User Studies, Globe Research Corporation, 1998.

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