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Study of Human Resource Information System
Submitted to: Prof. T. K. SINGHAL
20/9/2010 Submitted by: Nishikant Mishra PG09068 Pragya Kumari PG09075 Rahul R. Choubey PG09080 Nitin Garg PG09069 Abhishek Gupta PG090126

MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM

A PROJECT REPORT ON

Study of Human Resource Information System

NAME OF INDUSTRY

Blue Chip Computer Consultants Pvt. Ltd
UNDER THE GUIDANCE OF

PROF. T. K. SINGAL

INTEGRATED ACADEMY OF MANAGEMENT AND TECHNOLOGY, GHAZIABAD (NCR)

Sl. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

INDEX
Synopsis Introduction
Structure & Subsidiaries of Blue Chip Computer Consultants Pvt. Ltd.

Page No. 4 5 9 11 14 19 21

LITERATURE REVIEW

Projects Undertaken

Analysis
Recommendations

Synopsis
Main Objective and Purpose of the Project:
To understand the demand of the HRIS software HumaNET in various verticals of the Corporate World and also Business Development of the same using various promotional tools. To prepare an ROI (Return on Investment) report in order to convince the business organizations about the benefits and returns they are bound to reap on purchase and implementation of the software, and also to back up the claims made by the organization about their product, and also to find out the degree of usage of various modules of HRIS by different organizations and to highlight the most widely used HRIS modules. Business Development of the HumaNET (SAAS), software available as a service, using various promotional tools,and pitching in for a live demonstration.

Methodologies Followed:

Secondary Data:Data mining internet Browsing: Navigating blogs, Forums, Communities Promoting through free classifieds

Introduction:
HRIS:
The Human Resource Information System (HRIS) is a software or online solution for the data entry, data tracking, and data information needs of the Human Resources, payroll, management, and accounting functions within a business. Normally packaged as a data base, hundreds of companies sell some form of HRIS and every HRIS has different capabilities. The HRIS package adopts the routine responsibilities and documentation associated with HR functions thus keeping the core focus of personnel ergonomics in the forefront, optimizing the department¶s efficiency and communicating all necessary information across the enterprise. The workflow and messaging takes care of approvals and escalations with certain overriding rules, to certain authorized persons, so that, work is not stalled for long periods of time. If employees are considered to be the most important asset of an organization, then the HRMS becomes the first priority for an organization. It helps minimize the transaction time for processing all employee-related functions which keep managers and HR staff occupied with routine issues enabling them to gain time to focus on their operational and strategic goals, improving the organization¶s top line, by partnering with the business.

Importance of HRIS in an Organization:
A HRIS is the lifeline of any HR department. The greater the sophistication and linkages in an HRIS, the more effective an organization¶s HR department becomes. In today¶s volatile market where time has become more important than money, an HRIS is the tool that addresses the requirement efficiently. It integrates almost all the modules of HR Dept, ranging from manpower planning, recruitment, employee relationship management and performance management to career planning and tracking, workplace communication and systems. Moreover, an HRIS is a key repository of employee information and records. It enables the generation of various reports and accurate data that otherwise would have been time consuming and cumbersome. For Example, Data, such as the history of an employee, can be easily tracked using a HRIS. It also facilitates the formulation of policies, helps gauge the effectiveness of existing policies and recommends modifications.1 1 Reffered from: www. Wikepedia.com/HRIS, [Accessed...
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