Hitachi Opts for 'Lanteria HR' Solution Designed for SharePoint and Office 365
CONCORD, NH: Lanteria, known for its HR management solutions has now added the infrastructure solutions corporation, Hitachi, to its clientele. This strategic development occurs as Hitachi shifts its focus more than ever onto the Social Innovation Business, which includes infrastructure systems, information and telecommunication systems, power systems, construction machinery and others.
The alliance provides Hitachi the ‘Lanteria HR’ solution for SharePoint and Office 365 with hire-to-retire lifecycle. It boosts the efficiency of the business by streamlining the HRM processes.
“The success of our clients means everything to us and, by developing strong partnerships, we can deliver the standard of service that our customers demand. Our goal is to bring our HR management system to even more companies around the world to show them how easy the HR administering can be," says Lanteria’s Kreitzer.
Lanteria has also updated its HRM solution to version 4.3.12 appending a couple of new features like, predefined workflows for extra days, business trips, absences and others; access to assign an employee as an Acting Person; Application History added to employees card including applied vacancies and interviews conducted; and the ability to see advanced absence type details over an accrual period (frequency, allowance, leaves availed and leaves available).
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