Faced with a geographically spread and mobile workforce and in desperate need of processes and information consolidation Bright Sparks turned to the iViis team for help. The iViis solution automated processes, simplified admin and most importantly ensured the sales team is out selling and not caught up in sales processing. Read more ↓
NSW Sugar was after a system to empower staff and reduce administrative overhead associated with their procurement process. iViis provided a web-based solution that interfaced with, and added value to, existing IT systems but had no need for non-technical staff to develop IT skills. Read more ↓
Most of our HR clients have a common reporting problem – they experience the difficulty of producing organisational reports that gives a complete and accurate picture. Whether this is caused by an over complicated reporting function in their current HR system or because people information is held in separate systems, the frustrations and results end up being the same. Read more ↓
The iViis solution works across remote work sites in challenging environments. It ensures a single and highly accessible source for critical documents and an accurate asset and project tracking system that provides management confidence. Read more ↓
iViis has been working with a $22.6 billion global manufacturing company, who are listed on the New York Stock Exchange, for many years. They provide power quality and management systems to the world, promising customers “the high 9s” in systems availability and the New Zealand branch aims to offer the same level of information availability to their customers. With 102,000 employees across 175 countries worldwide, they are a major player in the industry. Read more ↓
Sunshine Sugar required a system that would operate over a large geographic area, integrate with existing information systems, systemise and standardise business processes, be adaptable to meet their own particular requirements and satisfy the obligations of the new harmonised work health and safety legislation. Read more ↓
Christchurch based company Hellers are New Zealand’s leading small goods manufacturing company producing over 80 types of sausages, bacons and hams. With around 500 staff over two sites, Hellers is one of the region’s big employers. Read more ↓
Horncastle Homes is a respected Canterbury- based construction company. The company has helped lead the response to the post- earthquakes residential rebuild in Canterbury, understanding better than many that a person’s home is their ‘castle’.
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iViis is currently working with the Australian arm of a global professional services company to leverage value from their Human Resource (HR) systems. The company has 5 offices in Australia and are one of the leaders in their industry, serving government agencies, corporates and financial institutions. The Australian entity employs 1300 staff. Read more ↓
In today’s fast paced business environment, businesses often implement IT systems that solve problems in one area and then move on to the next problem. While this strategy works in the short term, issues around interoperability between multiple systems and overall scalability soon surface.
A core challenge of providing actionable HR analysis is being able to access quality (accurate, timely, comprehensive) data from your HR information system, and sometimes smaller silos of HR data (e.g. health and safety registers or remuneration review tools), and provide the insights to busy executives in a useful way.
Many organisations feel unable to serve changing business needs of better collaboration, internet enabled anywhere access and mobility with their legacy ERP systems. In this paper you will learn that there is a smart and cost-effective way out of this conundrum that keeps senior management and the IT team happy.