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GRM Enhances HRIS Solutions with Enterprise Content Management Capabilities

GRM, a provider of enterprise content management solutions, has introduced an employee content management offering that integrates with clients’ existing HRIS (human resource information systems) to help them better manage high data- and document-intensive functions.

The GRM solution captures structured and unstructured data and, in combination with the existing HRIS/HCM (human capital management) system, helps provides a more comprehensive, integrated digital view of human resources data and insights across the enterprise, as well as a higher level of efficiency for business processes.

The GRM solution is a suite of products that collectively handles important employee data, workflow automation, auto form population and proactive management of critical compliance issues, and also provides analytics into data to support business decision making.

According to the vendor, as HR management becomes an increasingly important strategic function, organizations are seeking ways to manage and leverage the large quantities of structured and unstructured employee data.

Human Resources is a data- and document-intensive function, said Avner Schneur, GRM CEO, noting that GRM helps help guide clients toward an increasingly digital, paperless operation.

In addition to the benefits of increased efficiency and analytics-based insights, the GRM Employee Content Management platform also serves the HR function as a tool that helps ensure compliance with a broad range of HR regulations and related security concerns.  By providing a holistic view of human resources-related data and tools and guidance surrounding compliance, GRM covers the big picture in a way that cannot be done with the HRIS in isolation, Schneur added.

For more information, visit the GRM web site at www.grmdocumentmanagement.com 

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