West Australian enterprise software specialist Management Information Systems has won over three new companies from various verticals.
Resource sector labour hire company Brunel Australia, seafood supplier Kailis Bros and disability support organisation Rocky Bay are among the WA organisations that have recently selected Empower-HR to manage their people.
Management Information Systems general manager Chris Wallace said the strong West Australian economy was creating a lot of demand.
“To attract and retain employees requires an investment in the professional development of personnel through creating a corporate culture that engenders fairness, caring and recognises employees’ contributions. While the corporate culture provides the warm and fuzzies, organisations require good management systems to rise above the day-to-day operational processes of personnel management,” he said.
Management Information Systems is a Perth-based company with 10 staff that sells Australian-developed enterprise software, including Empower-HR, develops its own software and delivers maintenance services for its customers.
Three recent successes demonstrate the diverse application and flexibility of Empower-HR, said Wallace.
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