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Smedley, Tim
February 2007
People Management;2/8/2007, Vol. 13 Issue 3, p18
The article discusses the benefits that human resources can reap from human resource information systems (HRIS). It is difficult to justify the use of HRIS mainly due to its high cost. According to the Cranfield School of Management report, clear links between HRIS and the benefits for HR business partnering have emerged. Their study showed that technology can help improve processes and empower line managers, as well as free up HR to play a more value-added role.


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