Interboro gives HR departments the tools to meet evolving workplace needs


We currently offer a complete integrated software platform that helps manage the entire workforce. 


No matter what industrial sector a company is part of, its HR department faces the same challenges— how to streamline processes and control costs, while helping their organization develop its talent and maintain compliance. “For HR departments to be truly effective, they need to dedicate their time to strategic development instead of dealing with transactional tasks” said Alberto Scandella, Interboro Systems Corp. Vice-President. He added that because HR departments are also now saddled with the challenge of finding talented people from a limited pool of qualified applicants, it’s even more critical than ever for HR specialists to allocate more time to this task. “By revising current processes and taking out all manual interventions, HR staffs will be able to automate and streamline their transactional processes and use their time more efficiently” he added. 

As a leader in providing companies of all sizes with the automated tools they need to minimize compliance tasks and manage talent, Interboro Systems has been serving the local market for decades, and continues to stay ahead of the curve in introducing the latest applications to meet today’s HR needs. “We currently offer a complete integrated software platform that helps manage the entire workforce” Scandella said. This includes a wide array of software modules for HR, payroll, time and attendance, scheduling and absence management. 

“Our Kronos Workforce Central platform is designed to manage all these modules and includes multiple features to meet any HR need of any size” he said. This includes data and applications related to employee profiles and position status, benefit and compensation, training, payroll setup, health and safety incidents, and performance evaluations. The suite also includes self-service modules for managers and employees that help automate all transactional processes that occur daily in a workplace environment. “We have also now added tax services, consulting and cloud services to enhance the performance and management ofthe entire software suite” Scandella said, adding that because Interboro offers the best value when it comes to software tools to empower HR departments, customers see very favorable returns. “Our return on investment is usually six to nine months in the average case” he said. 

In addition to this comprehensive and user-friendly line of HR applications, customers can also count on Interboro’s unique service and support guarantee, which focuses on helping clients enhance their overall business. “If we see something that could add value to the organization, we will recommend it to the client’s management team before moving forward” Scandella explained. “This consultative approach is key to maintaining our customer relationships for the long term.” 

Given that many baby boomers have already retired or are making plans to do so, Scandella said the workplace environment, as we know it, is undergoing dynamic change. “Given that many baby boomers are on their way out, and there are fewer people available in the X and Y generations, finding the right people, as well as keeping the good ones, will be the hardest challenge facing many companies” he said. “There will also be the challenge of combining people of different generations.” 

As a result, he believes that HR departments will increasingly need to become facilitators and be more involved in developing its company’s internal skills and workforce talent, while giving employees more access to their records, along with better ways to manage their work schedules. “To meet these growing challenges, which are already clearly on the horizon, HR processes need to be seamless and easier to accomplish” he said. “In turn, this will help organizations retain talented people for a longer time.”
 

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