Lo­cal IT firm in­tro­duces soft­ware for HR prac­ti­tion­ers

The Philippine Star - - BUSINESS AS USUAL -

Quad­rant Al­pha Tech­nol­ogy So­lu­tions (QAl­pha), a home­grown IT so­lu­tions provider spe­cial­iz­ing in cus­tom­ized soft­ware, re­cently de­buted its ver­sion of the Hu­man Re­source In­for­ma­tion Sys­tem (HRIS) — a soft­ware pack­age de­vel­oped to ad­dress de­fi­cien­cies in HR an­a­lyt­ics ca­pa­bil­i­ties, data stor­age, and or­ga­ni­za­tion.

QWORK au­to­mates the en­tire HR process from re­cruit­ment, em­ployee train­ing, and pay­roll to per­for­mance eval­u­a­tion pro­grams. Its cloud-based and pa­per­less de­sign en­sures ac­ces­si­bil­ity any­time and any­where via the in­ter­net. It can also be cus­tom­ized to suit any com­pany’s needs and adapt to lo­cal con­texts.

“QWORK of­fers a com­pre­hen­sive database of per­son­nel records that is ac­ces­si­ble to HR staffs and man­agers 24/7. It also func­tions as an on­line backup for pa­pers, where down­load­ing and upload­ing of doc­u­ments, such as em­ployee time records, cheques, and pay­roll de­posits, are made very easy and fast with sig­nif­i­cantly re­duced risk for er­ror,” QAl­pha founder and pres­i­dent Ash Co Ke­hyeng said.

In its 2017 Global Hu­man Cap­i­tal Trends re­port, multi­na­tional pro­fes­sional ser­vices firm Deloitte said that only eight per­cent of glob­ally sur­veyed com­pa­nies have us­able HR data, and only nine per­cent be­lieve they have a good un­der­stand­ing of which spe­cific ta­lent pro­files in their or­ga­ni­za­tions can drive per­for­mance and busi­ness growth.

Although hu­man re­source tech­nol­ogy is of­ten viewed as a costly in­vest­ment for busi­ness growth, the Deloitte study in­di­cates that HR tech­nol­ogy can play a unique role in en­abling em­ploy­ees and com­pa­nies to adapt to the rapidly evolv­ing work­force in­no­va­tions in the 21st cen­tury.

Rec­og­niz­ing this gap, QWORK stream­lines the ex­e­cu­tion of in­te­gral busi­ness pro­cesses, mak­ing it con­ve­nient, fast, and cost­ef­fi­cient for HR teams, and even top-level man­age­ment. Man­agers, for in­stance, can get an­a­lyt­ics of em­ployee per­for­mances, as well as re­cruit­ment, from any lo­ca­tion with ease.

QWORK can be used by busi­nesses with only 30 per­son­nel or by larger or­ga­ni­za­tions with thou­sands of em­ploy­ees. The soft­ware an­swers all HR needs, in­clud­ing re­cruit­ment and re­ten­tion, con­tracts, per­for­mance ap­praisals, em­ployee ben­e­fits, pro­duc­tiv­ity re­port gen­er­a­tion, and even the clients’ In­tranet ac­cess.

Ke­hyeng stressed that QAl­pha, un­like its coun­ter­parts from abroad, un­der­stands the lo­cal set­ting and how the soft­ware can serve the par­tic­u­lar needs of its user in line with the Philip­pine laws and other busi­ness reg­u­la­tions.

“All pro­grams are care­fully de­signed at QAl­pha to ef­fec­tively meet the re­quire­ments of the clients, while en­sur­ing that busi­ness pro­cesses are com­pli­ant with the Philip­pine laws, cul­ture, and busi­ness en­vi­ron­ment,” Ke­hyeng said.

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