Human resources information systems improvement: Involving financial systems and other sources data
Human resources management systems are having a wide audience at present. However, no truly integrate solution has been proposed yet to improve the systems concerned. Possible approaches to extra data collection for decision-making are considered including psychological testing and fixed assets information as well as product sales data. Concept modeling is presented as a theoretical background for the systems in question. Current technologies in state-of-the-art HR management software are discussed. Design and implementation aspects of a Web-enabled integrate enterprise system with high security and scalability are described. Testing results for an improved enterprise-level HR system are given. Perspectives of the field in question are discussed.
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