Manual systems put pressure on people to be correct in all details of their work at all times, the problem being that people aren’t perfect, however most of us wish we were perfect. With manual systems, the level of service is dependent on individuals and this puts a stiff requirement on the management to run training continuously for staff to keep them motivated and to ensure they are following the correct procedures. It can be all too easy to accidentally switch details and end up with inconsistency in data entry or in hand written orders. This has the effect of not only causing problems with customer service but also making information unable to be used for reporting or finding trends with data discovery. Reporting and checking that data is robust can be timely and expensive. This is often an area where significant money can be saved by automation.
It takes more effort and physical space to keep track of paper documents, to find information and to keep details secure. When mistakes are made or changes or corrections are needed, often a manual transaction must be completely redone rather than just updated. With manual or partially automated systems, information often has to be written down and copied or entered more than once. Systematization can reduce the amount of duplication of data entry.
Queries or analysis can be difficult to respond to as information is stored in different places and may even require that you find the right person before being able to respond. This is no good if they are out for lunch or only work part time.
Several organizations and establishments including government agencies,
educational institutions, SME’s etc largely rely on manually managed systems (like spreadsheet applications) to manage their employee data, introducing a lot of inconsistency due to human errors and lack of data synchronization.
Integrated Enterprise Management System (IEMS®) is an integrated system aimed at automating all enterprise processes while integrating into any existing solutions. IEMS® is constantly being developed by a combination of software developers, system analysts and key decision makers from different sectors: government, education, financial, production etc. The major aim of IEMS® is to automate the human resource processes and ensure a systematic data transfer between organizations/establishments.
Features of IEMS®T
IEMS®T is divided into modules with every organization, agency or establishment having their peculiar processes. IEMS® is so flexible that it takes into account the uniqueness of each organization.
✔ Personnel Module
✔ Biometric Module
✔ Payroll Module
✔ Medical Module
✔ Attendance Module
✔ Recruitment Module
✔ Filing Module
✔ Memo Module
✔ eLearning Module