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Allocate Software has chosen Fairsail’s HRMS to support its global employee network for improved visibility, workforce productivity and on-demand reporting.
It has been noticeable how HR has changed. It was very much an admin function previously. Now you get HR people reaching out to you, asking how they can help. Fairsail has also freed up IT staff for more productive work. Previously, 12 developers spent 30% of their time just keeping HR databases running; Fairsail requires just one.
Paul HarrisGlobal Business Applications Director, SDL
We have been very impressed with Fairsail from the start. We had conducted an extensive review of around 11 different HRIS systems and found that Fairsail stood out as the product that would best fit our global organization.
It′s a product that is very quick to implement, very configurable and critically we found it was very quick to adopt by both our HR team and the wider business employees.
Simon MacDonaldHead of Talent Acquisition/Head of HR Systems, Betfair
Not often can you say that your wish list can be fully achieved, but with our implementation of Fairsail we are 99% there. Most important is their service – professional, helpful and friendly. The system looks great and overall I’m delighted to say I’m really glad we made the right choice.
John GilesChief Operating Officer, Safeguard World International
We have a small but very complex organization and recently undertook a search for a system that could seamlessly automate our recruitment, onboarding, and HRM functions. Fairsail was the only vendor that came close to meeting our needs and is so flexible that it has enabled us to get up and running very quickly.
Christine HippleHuman Resources Director, University of Maryland School of Medicine