- Kristina Blazevski, Program Manager, Property Development Industry
- Gord Bowers, Independent Consultant
- Hilary Croach, CIO, Bay Cove
- Arn Kashino, Head of Enterprise Business Solutions, CAPREIT
- Farhan Khan, HRIS Implementation Specialist
- Muhammad Malim, HRIS Implementation Specialist
- Adam Pearson, Safety Manager, Automotive Industry
- Graham Turner, HRIS Implementation Specialist
- There are many solutions claiming to provide strong capability in most areas of functionality. Differentiating between the solutions is very difficult.
- There are often many unstructured opinions from stakeholders during the selection process, creating ambiguity and bogging down decision makers.
- No technology solution will perfectly satisfy all needs.
- Select the right system by creating an objective process for gathering requirements and evaluating vendors against them.
Impact and Result
- Follow a structured approach to launch your HRIS project, filling in knowledge gaps in an organized way to prepare your organization to make an informed decision.
- Follow a thorough process for gathering concrete requirements for the many different functions of an HRIS.
- Identify a set of vendors whose solutions fit your use case and send them a detailed RFP.
- Create a fair and objective process for evaluating bids you receive from vendors.
This guided implementation is an eight call advisory process.
Guided Implementation #1 - Prepare for requirements gathering
Call #1 - Identify organizational fit for the technology.
Call #2 - Create the project plan.
Guided Implementation #2 - Gather requirements and prepare RFP
Call #1 - Parse the vendor landscape with SoftwareReviews to create a long-list of vendors.
Call #2 - Plan requirements gathering steps.
Call #3 - Create evaluation criteria.
Guided Implementation #3 - Select an HRIS vendor