December 23, 2014

WorkForce Software, EPI-USE Partnership to Optimize Employers’ HR Processes

partnership to optimize hr processesWorkForce Software, leading provider of workforce management solutions, has announced that a strategic partnership with EPI-USE, a global organization that specializes in SAP and SuccessFactors solutions. Through this partnership, the companies can provide local market expertise, integrated human capital management (HCM) solutions and implementation best practices to help employers optimize HR and workforce management processes.

The partnership allows WorkForce Software to expand the global availability of EmpCenter to employers seeking cloud-based time and attendance and other workforce management solutions. EPI-USE provides expert and responsive consultation services to WorkForce Software clients.

“WorkForce Software’s time and labor solutions provide solid innovation as a strong and clear complement to SAP and SuccessFactors offerings today,” said Willem Spies, senior vice president, Cloud Services of EPI-USE. “Clients trust us to deliver solutions that are effective on a global scale, as well as tailored to meet their unique needs, and our partnership with WorkForce Software allows us to fulfill that commitment in the critical area of time and attendance.”

“EPI-USE has dedicated experience implementing today’s leading and most widely used SAP and SuccessFactors HCM solutions, in addition to deep Payroll expertise. Their consultative approach, with innovative tools and methodologies, accelerates projects and ensures quality while addressing each client’s distinct needs,” said Travis Burke, vice president of Alliances and Global Growth of WorkForce Software. “That depth of expertise makes EPI-USE a tremendous partner, and exactly the type of organization that can help clients get the maximum return on their EmpCenter investment.”

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Joshua Bjerke, from Savannah, Georgia, focuses on articles involving the labor force, economy, and HR topics including new technology and workplace news. Joshua has a B.A. in Political Science with a Minor in International Studies and is currently pursuing his M.A. in International Security.