HRIS Assessment and Selection

Overview

The Human Resource Information System ( HRIS ) assessment focuses on understanding the organization’s Human Capital requirements (People, Skills, Competencies, Training, Compensation, etc.) and enabling leadership to deliver the business results while optimizing their “people resources.”   The typical HRIS vendor/software selection will require 8-10 effort weeks spread over a six-month time span and the actual implementation/transition will require and additional 20-25 effort weeks spread over another six months.  This is a difficult, expensive and very complex change.  This topline assessment, will review your existing systems and practices, determine which areas will require special attention during the selection process, assist you in creating a requirements document, RFP, and establish your selection criteria.

Objectives

  1. Define the organizational wants and needs that must be included during the selection process for a new HRIS.  This will include timing, pricing, deliverables, reports, interaction with existing computer systems, etc.
  2. Draft in initial Request for Price (RFP) and develop/clarify the decision process to select the optimal vendor and software.

Length of Assessment 4-7 days

  • 1 day prework collecting data
  • 2-3 days on site interviewing the subject matter experts
  • 1-3 Creating a draft RFP with timing and deliverables

Focus of Assessment

  • Existing Human Capital – Finance – Payroll – IT Management Practices, Procedures and Systems
  • Determine the skill level and capacity of the organization to make the selection and complete the implementation and transition stages
  • Determine the Organization’s Change Management readiness

Expected Outcomes

  • Understand the organization’s Human Capital requirements (People, Skills, Competencies, Training, Compensation, etc.)
  • Assess Wants vs. Needs
  • Identify Strategic and Operating gaps
  • Determine which practice, policy, rule, systems, procedure will require special note
  • Initial draft of a Request for Price (RFP)

This is a difficult, expensive and very complex change.  This topline assessment, will review your existing systems and practices, determine which areas will require special attention during the selection process, assist you in creating a Request for Price, and establish your selection criteria.

Conclusions

This is a difficult, expensive and very complex change.  The final report will outline the assessment, your existing systems and practices, note which areas will require special attention during the selection process, create an initial Request for Price, and establish/clarify your selection criteria.

For more information or scheduling contact:

Group50® Consulting

Los Angeles, CA

(513) 508-0351

info@group50.com

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