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Human Resource Management System

Clientlogic’s Human Resource Management System is a combination of systems and processes that connect human resource management and information technology through HR software. Our HRMS will help to revolutionize a workplace. The automation of repetitive and time consuming tasks associated with human resources management frees up some of the companies most valuable employees and allows the focus to shift to culture, retention, and other highly impactful areas.


If you’ve got more than a few dozen people working for you it can become an administrative nightmare keeping track of basic employee information if you rely solely on a paper-based system. Simple questions such as ‘How much holiday have I taken?’ and ‘Can I have a copy of my last 3 payslips?’ become extremely time consuming.

Putting aside efficiency or productivity which incurs less tangible costs, a good HR solution will result in reduction of cost. A common benchmark for the number of full time HR staff working for an organization is 1 HR professional to about a 100 employees. Our software solution increases this ratio by approximately 40%, meaning a company of about 280 employees will need one less full time member of staff to manage workforce data, resulting in reduction of cost incurred over a period in this department.

If you rely on spreadsheets and physical documentation to record  and track employee data, you will most likely end up creating pockets of information. there is an obvious need to take into consideration the sensitive nature and security of the data you hold, but by making it accessible to the relevant stake holders through a central HR solution like ours, more people able to efficiently access and utilize the data.

Collected data provides analytical opportunities that will aid in effective decision making. For example, you might easily make out the turnover rate of a particular department and probably make some deduction as to the possible causes; example,  Did the leavers all work for the same manager? Is there a specific training need? Who are your top performers? What characteristics do they possess? Have they all undergone a particular training course? The effort required in getting the same insight using a paper-based system simply makes this type of analysis almost impossible.

Our HR system includes an employee directory. Since employees often engage with the same people in the work environment, there is a need to have their contact information. Often times their job requires reaching out to other colleagues outside of their department. If contact information is stored in a filing cabinet, it will slow down communication as compared to such information being easily available with a few clicks.

With regards to legal disputes, how are you able prove that an employee was adequately informed of a particular policy or trained on the operation of a particular equipment? Among others, email communication is valid but it is not unheard of someone denying receipt or seeing an email. Our HR systems offers a read and accept facility that provides concrete paper trail not only indicating that an employee was sent a particular message but that they also have accepted the contents of the message.