ACC and the Treasury are looking to overhaul their HR systems.
In ACC’s case it’s to add a layer of functionality, while Treasury is looking for a complete replacement.
“We’re trying to build ourselves an HR dashboard, with KPIs,” says ACC people and services general manager John Saunders, “to provide visibility to our managers re what’s going on.”
That will involve adding data extraction functionality to Leader, ACC’s HR system, Saunders says. “[Managers] will be able to drill down and find demographics and trends.”
ACC will consider a package either hosted inhouse or on an ASP basis. Saunders says the budget for the software will be around $50,000 per annum.
Implementation is to take place in March or April.
Treasury, meanwhile, is looking to replace its DOS-based Chris 5 HR and payroll system with either an inhouse or outsourced product.
The new system will provide increased functionality that will allow the Treasury’s HR-payroll and organisational development group “to streamline current HR and payroll management processes and to develop new services and processes”.
Treasury expects also to integrate with developing technologies such as .Net, XML and web-based systems such as Treasury’s internal portal.