The National Aquarium is transforming HR operations with the help of UltiPro from Ultimate Software to reduce risk related to compliance and litigation.
The National Aquarium’s employee metrics are stored in one single, easy-to-manage platform that is available to the entire HR team, managers, and employees using UltiPro. As a result, the aquarium’s information accuracy has improved significantly and it is well-positioned to reduce risk and vulnerability to legal issues and noncompliance, with reliable, centralized, and secure information, as well as instant, configurable reporting.
Ultimate’s award-winning UltiPro solutions deliver the functionality businesses need to manage the complete employment life cycle from recruitment to retirement Ultimate has approximately 2,200 customers representing diverse industries, the company claimed.
“The National Aquarium has done a phenomenal job of maximizing UltiPro’s functionality and elevating its HCM to a new level,” said Greg Swick, chief sales officer for Ultimate, in a company press release. “We’re thrilled that UltiPro is addressing a range of companywide objectives for the aquarium, helping with overall business execution, and playing a central role in its strategic transformation.”
UltiPro is allowing the National Aquarium to better manage people-related expenses, in addition to strategic benefits and improved compliance and risk management. With UltiPro, the company can quickly and correctly address compliance needs and challenges. UltiPro makes workplace regulations easy for the company. The company now has comprehensive insight and record speed through UltiPro’s business intelligence. The company data is accurate, and it can retrieve information instantly.
Recently, the company announced that Concord Hospitality Enterprises Company selected the UltiPro platform to achieve long-term strategies for its business. Concord Hospitality Enterprises Company is a hotel management and development company that includes more than 80 hotels in 20 states in the U.S. and two provinces in Canada. Previously, the company had a slow-moving manual machine for our HR-related operations as well as a decentralized approach with nearly 80 individual business units that were processing payroll.Raju Shanbhag is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Raju’s articles, please visit his columnist page.
Edited by Tammy Wolf