We reviewed over 50 HRMS solutions to manage your personnel - including positions, absence, payroll and benefits.
Our independent review for Human Resource Management Systems (HRMS or HRIS) selected Workday as the best option, particularly because of its great usability and customer experiences. Workday has solid functionality across-the-board, strong investment in R&D and is appealing because of its simplicity and flexibility. Workday has excellent security and support behind the application.
We’ve reviewed the dozens and dozens of different Human Resource Management Systems (HRMS or HRIS) solutions on the market, for medium and large enterprises. This shortlist is the best-of-the-best - enterprise-grade solutions that are proven, well-maintained, and being actively developed. If these vendors don’t fit your specific niche, or are too pricey, I recommend you look at the full list of HRMS vendors…
I recommend that you review human resource management systems in two stages. First, a feature review to make sure the HRMS does what you need it to. Secondly, a review of how the software will integrate with your people, processes and technology.
Most of the vendors on the HRMS shortlist also provide some great options for talent management - the features for attracting, retaining and developing staff. My strongest suggestion is to review Successfactors by SAP. If you are considering a talent management solution alongside a human resource management system, you might be interested in another two options for your shortlist.
SilkRoad Life Suite is a good fully-featured solution, that spans the entire Human Capital Management field. It includes SilkRoad HeartBeat - their HRMS solution - as well as other talent management features. I like the breadth of SilkRoad’s offering, and quality of service.
SumTotal have a very strong talent management solution, which is widely used by some of the world’s top companies. I rate SumTotal’s talent management very highly.