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Today@s economy demands a more proactive, strategic role for the human resources (HR) department. As competition for critical resources intensifies, managers
software as a service (SaaS), hosted, or on-premise solution, Epicor HCM is HR software that can be deployed to meet your organizational requirements without compromising functionality or data integrity. To serve your international HR needs, this Human Resource Management System (HRMS) Web-based solution configures data fields to reflect the appropriate format based on employee location, as well as provides location-specific home pages delivering relevant communication and corporate standards. Epicor
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