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Infinium Advantage Launches New HR Solution

Infinium Advantage, a provider of Microsoft Windows-based human resources/payroll solutions and wholly-owned subsidiary of enterprise business solutions provider Infinium , today announced the general availability of Infinium Advantage eResources, a Web-native human resources management solution.

Infinium Advantage eResources is an HR solution designed to push actions, information and key performance metrics to managers and employees. Businesses utilizing Infinium Advantage eResources' Web-native capabilities, can gain the ability to optimize their workforce and streamline business processes to reduce costs, enhance communication and increase profitability.

Designed for entire deployment over the Web, Infinium Advantage eResources can be navigated like any other Web page. Security is designated by an administrator to deliver only the information relevant to the user's needs. Infinium manages all hardware setups and maintenance.

"Infinium Advantage eResources was live here at Skanska in less than 60 days," said Gene Dixon-Anderson, Director of Application Integration for Skanska USA Building Inc., the second largest construction management firm in the United States. "eResources' underlying architecture streamlined the integration process with our other solutions."

Features of Infinium Advantage eResources' allow managers and employees instant, secure access to their information from any location. Managers can expedite processes like hiring and employee management by initiating the tasks automatically through the solution.

Employees can initiate requests to change their benefits or take paid time-off and view their accrued vacation time, freeing an HR staff from time-consuming administrative tasks. By integrating with company benefit providers, eResources also enables employees to check on the status of salary savings programs and look up dependent information.

"Infinium Advantage eResources frees up our HR associates to focus on those issues that are most important," said Jim Convy, Vice President and Corporate Human Resources Manager at Ontario Corporation, a privately held family of high-tech manufacturing and services firms.

eResources also tracks past, present and future information about a company's workforce. Organizational charting and modeling functions create flowcharts to show an enterprise's makeup, change and growth. Businesses can use functions like employee tracking, to monitor individual and management group activity for pinpointing both strength and problem areas, and skills tracking to help fill open positions and also assess ways to meet future skills requirements.