Epicor Software Corporation, provider of enterprise business software solutions for the midmarket and divisions of Global 1000 companies, has announced that Epicor Human Capital Management, formerly Spectrum iVantage, is a finalist for the 26th annual CODiE Awards in the business software category for Best Human Capital Management Solution. Epicor HCM is a comprehensive human resource information system that allows a company to track its workforce from recruitment to retirement.
"We are excited that Epicor HCM has been recognized as a CODiE finalist for Best Human Capital Management Solution," said John Hiraoka, executive vice president and chief marketing officer for Epicor. "Epicor HCM is a functionally rich, global HR application that provides businesses with a complete view of its employees. Epicor HCM meets the requirements of today's managers and employees who are seeing a greater need to look at the entire work life of an employee in order to support strategic business initiatives and enable better workforce planning."
A broad range of industries and company sizes are using Epicor HCM, an HR software solution developed by SPECTRUM Human Resource Systems Corporation, a company acquired by Epicor in 2010. Epicor HCM automates everything related to HR in a single software system, enabling organisations to track, manage, and analyse all data for its employees. Epicor HCM features core HR, payroll, recruitment, reporting and analytics, talent management, direct access, as well as international capabilities. Available on-demand, hosted or on-premise, Epicor HCM can be deployed according to an organization's requirements, and it seamlessly integrates with Epicor's enterprise resource planning and retail solutions, as well as other alternative systems.
"We are pleased to have such a diverse range of companies and products as finalists this year," said Rhianna Collier, vice president of the SIIA Software Division. "The competition is always tough and it reflects the level of innovation across a wide range of companies in this industry. The growth in participation certainly mirrors what we are seeing as priorities in the business software marketespecially the need for effective integration of applications and demand for powerful security solutions."
The CODiE Awards, originally called the Excellence in Software Awards, were established in 1986 by the Software Publishers Association (SPA), now SIIA, so that pioneers of the then-nascent software industry could evaluate and honor each other's work. Since then, the CODiE Awards program has carried out the same purposeto showcase the software and information industry's finest products and services and to honor excellence in corporate achievement.
One hundred thirty-one nominations from 98 companies were selected as finalists from among 395 total nominations. Nominated products underwent an extensive review by judges via live demonstration, trial product access, and analysis of product documentation. Finalists will now be reviewed by SIIA members, who will vote on winners for 26 categories. The winners will be announced on Wednesday, May 25, 2011 at the CODiE Awards Luncheon, to be held as part of the SIIA All About the Cloud conference.