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Thursday, 31 March 2011 13:39

TechnologyOne wins PNG Ports


PNG Ports Corporation has switched from Attache Payroll to TechnologyOne Human Resource & Payroll.

PNG Ports Corporation, the state-owned operator of 16 ports in Papua New Guinea, is now using TechnologyOne's Human Resource & Payroll (HRP) in place of Attaché Payroll. The change comes alongside an organisational restructure.

TechnologyOne HRP allows organisations to manage all employees based on individual requirements from induction to termination, and to identify training needs, company official claimed.

said this project was part of the ongoing change initiatives at PNG Ports.

"TechnologyOne enables close cooperation between the human resource department and the senior management," said PNG Ports acting CEO Jerome Peniasi. "The system will also eliminate some of the reporting tasks usually done outside the previous payroll system."


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