Sskalra
Sales, Hris, Recruitment, Hr
Grant
Hr Advisor

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Can anyone please advise where I can get comparisons between different HRMS’s? I’m particularly keen to see how much market share the major players have. :?: Many thanks for any help! :D
Major vendors for HRMS are mostly Peoplesoft,SAP, Orcale-HRMS.

There are another 12-15 products available in ERP market, but

doesn't have much value-added service as above three.

PPLSFT is the oldest HRMS product and they are the best for HR

solution. But SAP are good in CRM/Finance than HR. So it depends

whether you are going total ERP implementation across organisation

or only for HR. If you want complete ERP, then SAP is preferred

over Peoplesoft. If you are looking for only HR process automation,

Peoplesoft is best proposal.

SAP is 4 times costlier than peoplesoft, 2 times cumbersome in

implementation (they take almost 2yrs to complete while PPLSFT

is 6 months). But if your organisation is of 10,000 employee strength,

then go for SAP. If it is within 5000, then go for PPLSFT.

Third large player in this is Oracle-HRMS. They had entered market

only 6-8 months back, so getting reference on the performance

of their HRMS solution would be little difficult. But they have banged

the market with very geography specific (they have indian HRMS -

which customised to our statutories like PF,ESI etc) as well as

industry speccific (IT,Engg,BPO,Manufacturing etc). They have a

hostile acquistion over peoplesoft (which now raises questions on

peoplesoft's future). Though SAP and peoplesoft also reacted

sharply by bringing industry-geograpy specifc HRMS solution.

So it's depends what you want. Whether your organisation is a

service industry or employee centric organisation, will guide what

solution you need.

Sending you marketshare of ERP_HRMS vendors as published in

one of ERP journal.

Write me back if you feel it's interesting.



Reagrds

Bikarm Mishra


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Hi
Prabhu, The link is very informative.
Well I represent a company that is also into HRMS solutions. So I will not give the comparisons :twisted:
You may visit us on
mail me on for further queries
thanks
Saurabh

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