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HRMS Showdown: Lawson S3 Human Capital Management versus Vista HRMS from PDS
I'm Sherry Fox, human resources (HR) research analyst and manager of Technology Evaluation Centers’ Research Analyst Group. Welcome to this month’s enterprise

weighted averages  do nicely. Figure 2. Weighted averages (WA) for HRMS evaluation (broken down by module) However, if we drill down further into the submodules of the HRMS Evaluation Center, you can see where these two solutions start to differ. In the area of Personnel Management , PDS's Vista HRMS is clearly a winner in the Organizational Structures , Career Development and Training, Management of Rewards , and Government and Compliance Reporting submodules. When it comes to the Profile of Personnel submodule, Lawson S3

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