“HR is simply about JOB and PEOPLE, and how to manage between the two, to achieve Job-People MATCH.”
Traditionally, HR has been viewed as a staff function to oversee issues, such as employee data and company policies.
As such, many HR management system in the market are mainly focusing on the traditional human resources
management functions: time/attendance management, work scheduling, absence/leave management and payroll.
These are often referred to as core HR functionalities.
Netis, however, focuses on providing strategic HR functionalities to empower your organization
to attract and/or develop as well as retain the best people and manage workforce overall, which core HR
functionalities can hardly do. These strategic HR functionalities are highly integrated Organization,
Career & Talent, Performance, Recruitment and Training modules. Netis also includes Payroll & Administration
additional modules to manage workforce overall.
Thus, Netis helps HR practitioners to deal with minimizing job-people gap, and when job-people match is increased,
your organization's productivity increases.
Made by HR consulting company
Netis is developed by an HR solutions company with IT expertise, and it consists of analytical features with additional administrative features.
Based on HR best practice
Netis is affordable and yet fulfill actual needs in the field because it is built by HR experts, who actually worked in the field, based on HR best practice.
Tightly integrated modules
Modules in Netis are highly integrated with each other in order to provide the organization the best result for your organization.
Supported by HR experts
Netis is based on many years of actual HR consulting, and is supported by actual team of certified HR consultants.
Based on proven work at many customers
Netis is based on proven concept and methodology we have successfully implemented at many customers over the years.
Netis is web-based, therefore the same features and screens are accessible from head office branch offices, as well as from anywhere internet access by mainstream web browsers are possible.