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For years now, ERP systems have provided the backbone for core HR data storage, together with financial, CRM, manufacturing and supply chain data. ERP systems are the one source point of operations for the entire industry where in HRMS solutions specialize in assisting the Human resource department. While these large systems offer the convenience of having the data in one location, separate standalone HRMS systems offer a ‘best of breed’ approach and are often preferred by the HR business users due to their robust, HR-centric focus.

How do you handle these differing system needs?
HRMS-ERP Integration by Beehive to the rescue!
One significant driver for integration with your ERP systems as well, this will lead to a significant benefit to the organization by reducing the multiple input of entries. Multiple data entries done leads to wastage of time, erroneous calculations, faulty analytics etc. This will reduce the confidence in the analytics and reporting. A unified database also makes reporting and analysis richer and more in depth as well as easier to run. Rather than reporting from a patchwork of disparate sources – databases, files and spreadsheets – a single database makes report development quicker and easier to maintain. This, in turn, makes data available to decision-makers in closer to real time.

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In addition, data from the two systems can complement each other and provide new insights. ERP systems can access key HCM data to

  • The use employee and team performance to determine training needs and monitor results to see if output increases.
  • Determining whether employee turnover rates in a particular region impact revenues,
  • The use HCM data on employee skills and certifications in bidding for new projects and facilitate professional services automation in ERP, and
  • Ways to incorporate workforce management functions like Time & Attendance into job costing analysis.

HR can use ERP data to:

  • The use employee and team performance to determine training needs and monitor results to see if output increases.
  • Determining whether employee turnover rates in a particular region impact revenues,
  • The use HCM data on employee skills and certifications in bidding for new projects and facilitate professional services automation in ERP, and
  • Ways to incorporate workforce management functions like Time & Attendance into job costing analysis.

Integrated systems can lead to greater efficiency, better decision-making and a better experience for employees and customers. Human Resource Management with ERP as an integrated solution designed to facilitate HR operations by reducing time intensive administrative task and lowering cost by deploying self-service applications. HR data storage, together with financial, CRM, manufacturing and supply chain data can all together be managed with more efficiency, accuracy and effortlessly.