Low/No-code is an attractive offering that to me, sounds a lot better than PaaS or SaaS or ASP. It means having your normal workers be able to build applications by themselves with minimal technology involvement. To me, it's WYSIWYG (what you see is what you get) web development. Remember back in the 90’s when basically anyone with a computer and web connection could build his/her own website on Geocities or similar? We have e-commerce-focused simple site builders now (GoDaddy, Volusion, etc.). We have online polling (Survey Monkey, PollDaddy, etc.). Why can't we have online app building?
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The Employee Setup application is a modern enterprise app that makes it easy to onboard new employees by automating onboarding beyond HR. As a compliment to your core HRIS system (ADP, Workday, Oracle, HCM/PeopleSoft, etc.), the app is designed to automate and streamline the process of setting up a new employee upon agreement of employment, with established work item requirements, while reducing the time-to-productivity. The purpose of the application is to automate the manual checklist/tasks managers use when a new hire comes on board, ensuring nothing gets overlooked or delayed, in turn, increasing the level of productivity and employee retention.
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HR solutions come in many flavors and with lots of features. Some provide the basics for tracking employee life cycles, hiring, firing, raises, etc. Some focus on finding talents like managing resumes, interviews, advertising and integrating with job sites. Others include payroll processing and benefits management. These systems provide a lot of value to HR managers and departments for mid to large companies, enabling them to manage the day to day HR activities as well as track the dynamic database of employees joining or leaving the company.