Modifying your HR policy can be daunting both before, during, and after the process. It's important to consider the following carefully to alleviate issues along the way:
How much control do you need over the system?
If you have requirements that cannot be met by an AMS, are you willing to be flexible and compromise on a solution or wait in an enhancement queue?
If you are replacing your HCM (Human Capital Management)/HRIS (Human Resource Information System) system and it currently supports (in any way) your assignment management, you need to consider your AMS solution at the same time.
How quickly do you need to implement an AMS solution?
What staff do you have available to work on the implementation?
Are you comfortable driving the design or would you prefer taking a best practice default and making modifications?
How many data providers do you work with? Each one should be involved in an AMS implementation as early as possible.
How can AIRINC help you?
Selecting Assignment Management Software: AIRINC can help with the RFI/RFP process as a neutral 3rd party with vendor experience
Data Integration: Work with AIRINC early in the AMS implementation to ensure a seamless data integration
Calculations via API: Use AIRINC as a trusted source for calculation logic and take advantage of data flowing directly into your AMS
Assignment Management Software Quality Assurance: Implement new compensation logic in your AMS more easily with accurate comparison calculations in AIRINC's International Assignment Calculator
Augment Assignment Management Software: Run what-if calculations quickly, and test potential policy changes inexpensively
In Lieu of Assignee Management Software (60% of all companies are still using Excel to manage their assignees): Run one-off and/or batch compensation sheets and cost estimates
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