Geiger upgraded from a paper timecard system that required manual processing - a significant challenge for an organization with a weekly payroll cycle. The system could handle some of Geiger's unique pay features, but they had no way to track this information historically. Read on to learn how Geiger overcame this and other challenges.
Accounts payable needs to be taken just as seriously as AP/AR pairing. View this resource to learn more about the risks and benefits of AP automation. Two varieties of AP automation include digitization of paper invoices and payment systems that are electronic from beginning to end.
Elliott Company decided to implement the Kronos Workforce Central suite in 2004 to help improve its ability to track and manage attendance, overtime, and vacation while remaining compliant with complex labor laws and union pay policies. Read this case study to find out how it worked out for them.
This paper explores how using Kronos to automate time and attendance workflows rather than Oracle products translated into a number of key returns involving lower software costs, better data acquisition, and less customization. Continue reading to learn about the benefits and value of using Kronos over Oracle for labor management.
In September 2003, Aker's payroll and human resources team determined that its
current human resources application, Abra could no longer support the company in
pursuing its organizational objectives. Aker evaluated solutions from Kronos, ADP, and Ceridian. Kronos Workforce HR and Kronos Workforce Payroll were chosen for a number of reasons...
Read this case study to discover the benefits Wisconsin Plastics, Inc. (WIS) achieved by implementing a software module for these processes that integrates seamlessly with its existing enterprise resource planning (ERP) software.
Read this expert e-book to learn how to build a solid business case for human capital management (HCM) software, how to achieve seamless integration with your existing systems, how to choose between SaaS and on-premise software, how to choose between an ERP add-on and best-of-breed products, and more.
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