4 page HRIS paper – Specifically, the following critical elements must be addressed: Capture projected implementation costs of the new HRIS o hardware, software, software license fees o facility upgrades required (electrical, mechanical, remodeling) o headcount increase to recruit new skill sets, as compared to cost reductions, e.g., employee headcount reductions due to automated data collection, job eliminations, cost savings due to elimination of legacy systems o Return on investment (ROI) calculated over a four-year period Develop recommendations that: o Balance the requirement to maintain the security of proprietary and confidential data with the need for self-service maintenance and access by employees
Implementation Cost & Security
Southern New Hampshire
Milestone Two: Implementation Cost & Security
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Hardware, Software, Software License Fees
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Facility Upgrades Requirements
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Return on Investment
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Balance Security and Self-Service End-User Needs
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