To implement Oracle Human Resources, Advanced Benefits and Payroll
Ciber, a provider of consultancy and outsourcing services, has won a $1.3m contract with Metro, the St Louis Metropolitan Region’s transportation agency, to implement Oracle Human Resources, Advanced Benefits and Payroll to complement Metro’s existing Oracle Financials and replace outdated human resources and payroll systems.
Ciber said that this implementation will improve the efficiency of Metro’s current Human Resources system and result in reduced administration costs.
In addition to the replacement of outdated human resources and payroll systems, the implementation of Oracle Human Resources is expected to improve general workflow processes, improve ad hoc reporting, eliminate redundant data entry and ensure compliance with all applicable legal standards, including Fair Labor Standards Act compliance, added Ciber.
According to Ciber, the new system is expected to integrate and track the lifecycle of various human resources’ processes including recruitment, staffing requests, classification studies, personnel transactions, new hires, promotions, pay changes, transfers, performance, benefits and payroll.
Erickson, chief information officer of Metro St Louis, said: We are excited about working with Ciber on this project. Metro is expecting to see real improvements in our Human Resources and Payroll processes and, as a result, garner substantial savings.