The IPD Guide on Choosing Your Computerised Personnel System

Robinson D, Edward A |   | Institute of Personnel and Development | May 1999

Computerised Personnel Systems, once expensive specialist tools, are now accessible to everyone and play a crucial role in achieving organisational goals.

Whether choosing a system for the first time, or replacing an old one, the decisions are similar and difficult, and will involve more than just the personnel function. There are no perfect systems, but you need to find the one that suits your organisation's needs.

This document provides guidance on making the business case, deciding what you want, evaluating what is on offer, and addressing implementation.

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