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SPECTRUM Human Resource Systems Corporation iVantage 5.0 for Human Resources Certification Report
SPECTRUM Human Resource Systems Corporation’s human resource information system (HRIS), iVantage 5.0, is now TEC Certified. The certification seal is a valuable

public administration career outlook  to more than 5,000 public- and private-sector companies throughout the US as well as internationally. Its clients range from small start-up companies to Global 100 companies. Spectrum is headquartered in Denver, Colorado (US) and has over 30 offices worldwide, and more than 130 employees. Health care, professional services, and the financial industry are just a few of the market segments it serves. Spectrum's sole focus is on maintaining a best of breed position in HR systems. iVantage is a fully

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