Treeno Software Launches New HRIS Application for SMBs
PORTSMOUTH, NH: Treeno Software, a provider of enterprise business applications has come up with its new HRIS application for Human Resources to enhance the work flow and efficiency of the HR departments in small and medium sized industries.
The application gives the companies an easy and secure access to information, documents and personal information regarding a company using its SaaS business intelligence. It also makes the HR managers’ work simpler and the same time help companies to better serve customers.
Some of the main features of the applications are its configurable Dashboard with integrated calendar functions, a robust Task Manager and the company’s Document Management system. other features the HRIS manages include On-boarding; Management of policies, forms, records and all company and personnel documents; Employee Time-Off requests and tracking; Time Sheet Management and Approval; Real-Time Reports based on multiple variables; Dynamic organization charts; and Employee profiles, performance reviews and development.
“Leveraging our experience in business software applications, we’ve designed an HRIS application that will help Human Resources departments to work far more efficiently,” says Steve Tentindo, president, Treeno Software. “TreenoHR provides intelligent automation for all the important things that Human Resources departments are responsible for today and much better access to their business information.”
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