From the moment you place your order with us you can be confident that your project will be managed and co-ordinated throughout. All projects are assigned a Project Manager who, as your main point of contact, works alongside you to ensure the successful implementation of your project on time and to budget. They plan, schedule and manage the appropriate mix of Delivery resources and together, with one of our highly experienced HR System Consultants, they will gain an understanding of your organisation and your department, enabling us to offer long-term support as your system needs evolve.
HR System Implementation : Project Managers
Overall responsibility for the project including; project planning, risk and issue management, project documentation and filing, client expectations and the management of scope, project deliverables, communication, reporting and sign off.
HR Consultancy : HR Systems Consultants
Provide professional advice, guidance and information relating to the implementation of your proposed project covering all products, their configuration and related processes. The HR Systems Consultant normally carries out all scoping exercises, drafts specifications, test scripts and carries out system testing against the associated scripts and specifications.
HR Systems Specialists
A Super-User who can assist you with the configuration and setup of your new or existing system. They can also assist with data cleansing activities and create bespoke reports using the integrated CIPHR reporting tool.
They have the technical expertise when it come to the installation and upgrading of all Computers In Personnel and other HR Software and HR System-related products. The Technical Consultants can also carry out troubleshooting activities to assist you with identifying any infrastructure and network problems you might encounter.
"We're already realising many benefits of the new system, not least of a greater level of visibility and reporting information. It's proving invaluable to our managers with the people management aspects of their role"