Township of Wilmot – Client Experience with info:HR HRIS

A small municipality just west of Kitchener-Waterloo, the Township of Wilmot has been a client of HR Systems Strategies for almost a decade. Initially purchasing info:HR for  200 employees with a interface to the Easypay payroll system, within two years they increased their license limit to 300 employees, where it now stands. Lorena Caprar, Manager of HR for the Township, has been an active user of info:HR since she arrived in 2011. Lorena came with a large body knowledge of [...]

November 1st, 2017|Articles, Government|0 Comments

Town of St. Marys – Client Experience with info:HR HRIS

At HRSS we have always that said our best ideas come from our clients.  As our President says, “Our clients are the best source for improvements; you use the system and you know what you need.” The Town of St. Marys has been a long-standing client.  The Town was our inspiration for, and designer of, our Simple Timesheets feature now available to all Timesheets clients.  This feature simplifies the grid-style Timesheet, allowing the employee to select an attendance/absence reason code from a drop down menu [...]

February 1st, 2016|Articles, Government|0 Comments

County of Lanark – Client Experience with info:HR HRIS

Until 2009, the County of Lanark used an integrated Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system to support both payroll and Human Resource activities. The ERP system allowed County staff to realize the efficiency and accuracy benefits of capturing similar information once for both the payroll section and the HR department. However, the human resource module of the ERP system did not meet the needs of the County’s Human Resources department nor did it address the Human Resource requirements of the managers [...]

December 1st, 2015|Articles, Government|0 Comments

Town of LaSalle – Client Experience with info:HR HRIS

The offices of the Town of LaSalle, located on the outskirts of Windsor, Ontario, have gone through some significant changes to update and prepare for the expanded growth expected in the region. The administrative office was relocated temporarily while their old Town Hall was being reconstructed, with a new Town Hall completed in the Spring of 2014. In the midst of their movement and growth, the Town also reassessed their current software requirements, specifically the finance system, with a clear focus on functionality and [...]

September 24th, 2015|Articles, Government|0 Comments