Exeter, United Kingdom – Southampton City College has chosen HumanConcepts OrgPlus to upgrade its organisational charting and workforce modelling capabilities. OrgPlus visualises its 650 employees with data directly from its HRMS and communicate this in the form of staff wide directory on their Intranet. With implementation completed, the college has seen a marked improvement in the accuracy of the data held in HRMS, which has been vital when using OrgPlus workforce modelling capabilities for addressing current HR issues.

Colin Willott, ICT Technician at Southampton City College explained ‘The simple ability to visualise work force data in organisational charts through OrgPlus and communicate that information through Intranet and staff wide directory has had a very positive effect for Southampton City College.’ He continued ‘The accuracy of the data held in HRMS has improved, which is vital when we are using this as the bases of workforce planning and critical decision making.’

OrgPlus is a solution that provides valuable human capital insight for HR professionals and management to better understand the workforce and make decisions for change. OrgPlus enables customers to efficiently update and track HR data, identify when and where organisational change is needed to keep pace with new initiatives.

OrgPlus, named Top HR Product of 2008 by Human Resource Executive® magazine, equips management with accurate workforce information and up-to-date employee data and analytics. By putting information in the hands of those who manage employees, the solution facilitates better workforce communication and decision making. OrgPlus integrates seamlessly with the customer’s central HR and Payroll systems, Select Insight, providing users with the most current data.

”Organisations are working harder than ever to control costs and achieve greater efficiencies within its workforce using OrgPlus,” said Scott Jenkins, Director EMEA West, HumanConcepts UK. “Our customers are implementing the solution to not only visualise their organisation but also for analyses of their workforce for critical business planning decision making.”