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What is OrgPlus?
Insperity OrgPlus empowers businesses to easily visualize their workforce and make more informed decisions by using dynamic professional organizational charts and best-practice analytics to align the user’s organization for success. It lets the user view, model, and analyze the workforce with organizational charting and planning software. Insperity OrgPlus blends at-a-glance insight with planning tools, equipping both business leaders and HR professionals to understand their organization and effectively manage change. With OrgPlus, users can use conditional formatting to highlight managers who are over budget, high performers who are at flight risks, as well as employees who fit into succession planning.
OrgPlus is suitable for companies who require on-premise software, since information is saved locally. It has HRMS connectivity, letting users import employee data directly from Oracle, SAP, SQL, and other leading providers. One employee is also responsible for creating a company’s organizational plan. OrgPlus gives the user access any time by using their favorite browser. Users can visualize and plan by using a shared employee system of record. Its role-based security can specify the features and data access for each user.
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File types supported by OrgPlus
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Last updated: : February 3, 2014