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Which are the best HRIS systems in market?
From India, Mumbai
Empxtrack HRMS has been implemented by over 400 clients in 23 different countries across the globe. Those interested may like to go through the details on their website.
From India, Delhi
Please check Genius HRMS,which provide end to end solution for HR.
1) Manpower Budget Planning
2) Recruitment
3) Employee Management
5)Leave & Attendance
6) Training & Development
7)Performance Appraisal Module &
8) Exit Manaagement

From Oman, Muscat
Hello There,
It is not about which is the best HRMS, but which can fit to ur organisation needs:
Some checkpoints for you to look at:
Important features to look at:
1. A cloud based solution is what catching up these days. No need to install software in systems. And wait for new upgrades
2. Look for a HRMS, that comes with HR, Leaves and Appraisals in a login
3. It should save employee data as a centralised database.
4. It should generate unique Employee Self-Service login for each employee
Good to haves:
1. Recruitment module as well to convert "Joined" candidates to "On-boarding" employees
2. Integrated with Payroll to issue payslips
You may explore more about FastCollab (FastCollab | Marketplace | All-In-One Platform) and see if this can match ur requirements.

From India, Hyderabad

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There are many HRIS software already available in the market but choosing the correct option might seem a bit difficult.
I recommend one need to review two major things in HRIS systems. First, is feature analysis to make sure it does what you need it to. Secondly, a review of how the software will integrate with your people, processes and technology.
My office tried out this new HRIS Solution Kwantify a few months ago and it seems to work really well. I think you should see it here:

From India, Patiala
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