Handing Off Your HRMS: What You Need to Know
- Companies Turn to Outsourcing for HR Software Needs. Mould, Jeffrey; Harper, Michael S. // Workforce;Apr99 Supplement, Vol. 78, p10
The article focuses on the increasing number of companies in the U.S. that are outsourcing their human resource (HR) systems. In the last 10 years, outsourcing various information technology solutions has become a preferable option. It only seems logical that an HR system is outsourced also,...
- Maintaining Control of Critical Data an Era HR Outsourcing. Speroni, Paul // Workforce;Apr99 Supplement, Vol. 78, p13
The article discusses the issues needed to be considered by the human resource (HR) departments of U.S. companies with regards to determining the extent of HR functions they are willing to delegate to an HR outsourcing firm. One approach is to select an outsourcing firm that offers the option to...
- Getting the Job Done. // Health Management Technology;Jul2001, Vol. 22 Issue 7, p28
Focuses on the staffing problems of High Country Health Care (HCHC) in Colorado. Details on the experience of HCHC on high staff turnover; Information on the appointment of Frank J. Martelli; Result of outsourcing its application service provider.
- ASPs: Outsourcing Killer Apps for the Restaurant Industry. Hamilton, Mark // Hospitality Upgrade;Summer2000, p1
The article focuses on the use of the solutions provided by application service providers (ASPs) for the in-sourcing or outsourcing management of restaurants. It mentions various restaurant operations which can be improved by ASPs including reservations, personnel management, and electronic...
- Outsourcing HR applications growing up. Bednarz, Ann // Network World;6/13/2005, Vol. 22 Issue 23, p36
This article focuses on the companies that are handing over broad sets of human resource (HR) functions--from payroll and benefits processing to recruitment and employee management--to service providers that promise to trim costs, streamline processes and deliver integrated performance metrics...
- Negotiating ASP Agreements. Draughon, Richard Scott // Information Executive;Jan/Feb2002, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p7
Discusses issues that companies need to consider in negotiating outsourcing agreements with application service providers (ASP). Inclusion of the structured development process; Clarification of ownership definitions; Determination of the risk of budget overrun; Risk of maintaining data...
- ASP offers hosting on demand. Koblentz, Evan // eWeek;12/04/2000, Vol. 17 Issue 49, p14
Reports on the launching plan of the Application Service Provider (ASP) Corio Inc. infrastructure platform and vendor-oriented ASP enablement initiative in San Carlos, California. Sale of hosting infrastructure on demand; Convenience of business outsourcing over staff training; Lack of company...
- THE CPA IN INDUSTRY. Bothe, Stefan R.; Colson, Robert H. // CPA Journal;May2001, Vol. 71 Issue 5, p52
Discusses business process outsourcing as a strategic tool for companies. Advantages; Comparison between business process outsourcing and application service providers; Reasons to outsource; Questions that would determine if a company needs the help of outsourced providers.
- A Question of Choice. Glaser, Jeffrey G. // Journal of Property Management;Mar/Apr2002, Vol. 67 Issue 2, p16
Evaluates web-based application service provider for business use and outsourcing purposes. Benefits of the service; Disadvantages of the service; Other issues to be considered upon the use of the application.