The SysHR Integrated Human Resource and Payroll Management Information System is built on a centralized principle that allows for its easy management, access rights to functions and data, and facilitated improvement and modification of the system's operation when necessary. The centralised principle of the system reduces the equipment requirements on the ground and allows flexible and easy management of the hierarchical structure of the organisation. Additionally, the need for dedicated field personnel is reduced as the operations performed to service the system (start, end of month, backup, etc.) are performed solely at your organization's Central Office. The level of operational security of the organization's information system is enhanced as the centralized system server is completed with reliable devices to ensure the operability of the hardware, and the SysHR Client applications used on–site do not store operational data and in the event of a power outage or communication link failure, the system is protected from data loss.

Option for continuous 24/7 operation

The SysHR system provides the capability for continuous operation as all procedures related to system management (monthly closeout, etc.) can be performed during normal system usage without requiring an exclusive mode of operation.

Management of graphical information

The SysHR system provides the ability to store graphical information (photos, scanned documents, etc.) in the same database as other information, and to enter, display, and verify graphical information in the same client application.

Disclosure mechanism

SysHR has a mechanism to notify a specified group of individuals (employees, managers) of upcoming or already occurred events via e–mail.

Full log information

The logical architecture of a SysHR system built on I/O queues not only significantly reduces the hardware requirements, but also provides a natural mechanism by which any action or operation allowed to the user is recorded in a complete log of requests sent to the system, which can be easily monitored preventively or subsequently. A similar log is maintained for responses to queries sent, including information extracted from the database when a request is made to produce a report form.

High productivity

The logical architecture of the SysHR system created by input/output queues and parallel/sequential processing of the queries within them dramatically reduces the requirements on the database server parameters, since the number of connections to the database is fixed in advance and the SysHR Communication Server performs the function of a multiplexing device. On the contrary, in the conventional approach, the requirements on the server parameters increase accordingly as each user opens more than one connection to the database.

Minimum requirements for communication channels

The Thick client logical architecture ensures minimal information traffic over communication channels without overhead. In practice, only the essential information for each screen form flows through the communication channel, with no data related to the graphical representation of the screen form itself.

Preservation of investments

The SysHR system is built on popular and widely available platforms supported by a large number of hardware manufacturers. As data volumes and the number of users grow, the SysHR system can meet increased demands without the need to replace the information system, but simply by replacing a given hardware component.