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Software Functionality Revealed in Detail
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EAM versus CMMS: What's Right for Your Company
This article looks at where computerized maintenance management systems (CMMS) end and enterprise asset management (EAM) takes over, focusing on features and

human resources hierarchy chart  mere cost recording) or human resources (HR) management capabilities (other than basic staffing needs recognition), and are typically purchased to integrate with the applications that support financial and HR management more deeply. These back-office applications are also typically designed to run at and for a single plant. The CMMS functionality is thus typically extended to EAM by the addition of financial management modules, and more advanced HR management to cater for roster creation and management,

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Software Functionality Revealed in Detail

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Human Resources (HR)

Human Resources encompasses all the applications necessary for handling personnel-related tasks for corporate managers and individual employees.  Modules will include Personnel Management, Benefit Management, Payroll Management, Employee Self Service, Data Warehousing and Health & Safety.  

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