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HR System for Banks, Financial Institutions
A multinational bank was looking for a fully integrated human resources (HR) solution to replace its legacy system. To find the right solution, the company

datatex lawson  System for Banks, Financial Institutions Company Profile Industry:   Bank Annual Revenue Range:   $501 million to $1 billion Company Size:   1,001 to 10,000 employees Number of Sites:   41–100 sites Approx. Num Of Users:   26–50 users Region:   Latin America (Mexico, Central America, and South America) North America (Canada and the United States) Project Profile 8  qualified bidders identified 8  RFIs issued Working list: Lawson - S3 Human Capital Management NuView - HR product suite Infor

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