HR solutions provider to hold free session

ACLT Computing Inc., the pioneering technology company in HRIS and HR Business Solutions for more than two decades in the county, will hold its free learning session in Cagayan de Oro city.

With their thrust and focus on helping the micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) and countryside businesses develop human resource management competencies and be able to compete with big and multinational organizations, they are launching a free learning session entitled, “Simplifying Human Resource Management Using HRIS Technology” at Mallberry Business Hotel come July 28.

The seminar will discuss how technology can help improve HR processes, develop and implement company policies, and promote employee discipline in the workplace. It will also discuss areas where human resource information system (HRIS) help reduce labor problems, implement Performance Management Systems, and avoid Department of Labor and Employment and other government compliance issues.

ACLT Computing Inc. is one of the most successful Independent Service Vendor (ISV) in the Philippines. They have been developing and implementing their own human resource management application since 1994. It was founded by a group of professionals and experts covering human resource management, software engineering and architecture, accounting, and systems implementation.

Being the first to locally develop a Windows based payroll running true client/server technology in the country, they were able to put their product in the back offices on some of the top 1000 companies in the country during the earliest stages of enterprise computing.

Among their top HRIS products are the MyPrimeHR Portal, the HR/Payroll Portal, the Employees Portal, and the Managers Portal. These software programs are easy to use, flexible, and affordable for the company.

Some of ACLT Computing's clients and software users in the country include renowned companies such as Unilever Foods Incorporated, SM Malls, Wyeth, Seven Eleven, PLDT, STI, and CBI Finance Corporation.

The seminar is free for the first company representative who will confirm his or her attendance on or before Friday, July 21.