IT vendors push HRware

Tech Access, Sun Microsystems and Business Systems House (BSH), in association with Oracle, have embarked on a regional road show to target HR managers and IT decision-makers with new HR automation solutions.

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By  Maddy Reddy Published  April 6, 2004

Tech Access, Sun Microsystems and Business Systems House (BSH), in association with Oracle, have embarked on a regional road show to target HR managers and IT decision-makers with new HR automation solutions. The seven-city road show, aimed at small-and-medium sized business in the region, will highlight the potential benefits of automating the essential internal HR processes including personnel, recruitment, budgeting and payroll functions; performance and career management; administrative functions and providing employees with self service options. “Business Systems House is one of Oracle’s leading certified partners in the region. BSH’s HR and Payroll solutions for the Middle East are built on Oracle technology are designed to deliver rich functionality for both enterprise and mid-market organisations,” says Husam Dajani, vice president, Oracle Middle East and Africa. Speakers at the event will review regional companies that have implemented HR solutions from BSH. The road show, scheduled to be held in Kuwait on April 14, will also visit UAE, Bahrain, Lebanon, Oman and Qatar. “The HR and payroll software market is among the Middle East’s fastest-growing opportunities. Managers are under constant pressure to properly handle employees’ records, and cope with on-going changes in HR rules and regulations, while senior management is always seeking to develop skills and reward performance,” says Houssam Hatoum, managing director, BSH. The 10-year old BSH is now offering its multilingual HR solution HR.eaZy, for testing at the Tech Access iForce Center in Dubai Internet City (DIC). “Implementing an effective HR solution is vital for continued business profitability. A flexible and fully integrated system eases the complexities of managing human capital, which is increasingly important for the dynamic SMB sector in the Middle East,” says Shomail Ghalib, managing director, Tech Access.

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