With organizational change on the rise, it is more important than ever to have an accurate software management system to track and update these changes. One of the best ways of managing this is using the Sage 100 HRMS system.

What is Sage HRMS?

Sage HRMS is an on-premise software system used by small to mid-sized companies. This software streamlines the traditional HR practices and takes it in a more modern direction. It allows you to track the entire employee life-cycle from on-boarding to exit interview. Some notable features are recruitment, benefit tracking, electronic forms, and time tracking. This software also has the ability for add-ons depending on company needs.

If you are a single Human Resources employee or on a team, this system is right for you. Below are the highlighted features of an HRMS system and what it will do for you.

1. Retain and grow audience
2. Manage time and attendance
3. Go paperless
4. Find and hire the best talent
5. Manage employee benefits
6. Make smarter decisions about your people

This list describes the reasons behind implementing an HRMS but what it doesn’t tell you are the great add-ons that can be included.

Here are the seven best add-ons for the Sage HRMS software.

1. Sage Time: Sage Time replaces the “traditional” time clock and allows for digital time tracking. Sage Time also allows for integrated HR and payroll solutions.

2. Sage Payroll: Sage Payroll is a powerful tool for complete, on-time payroll processing and allows for customizable payroll for your company’s needs. Payroll can also be used to track long term absences.

3. Sage Employee Self Service (Sage ESS): Sage ESS allows you to go online to request time off and review information regarding time off, current benefits, and current job details. Since this completely a self-serve service, it allows for more productivity and streamlined business processes of taking time off and other important employee information.

4. Sage HRMS HR Actions: This feature, Created by Delphia Consulting, allows you to create online forms to track employee data. Instead of manually entering data, once the form is filled out, the data is stored in an electronic file.

5. Sage HRMS OrgPlus: This add-on can help you and your employees better understand your company’s strategy and structure, along with everyone’s job in accomplishing organizational goals. It comes with easily customizable templates to better communicate goals and strategies. This tool also allows for business planning and creating “what-if” scenarios.

6. My Workforce Analyzer: My Workforce Analyzer is to accurately oversee employer-sponsored health care and stay compliant with government regulations. My Workforce Analyzer uses data from your company to answer specific questions and concerns, produce online dashboards and forms, and help keep you compliant well ahead of deadlines so you can avoid confusion and stress with nearing deadlines.

7. Sage Alerts and Workflows: With Sage Alerts & Workflow, you get a system that automatically and pro-actively monitors itself- triggering alerts and auto-responding to critical, time sensitive business conditions so as to enable an organization to improve efficiency, maximize revenue, and ensure optimum customer satisfaction.


Organizational change can be tough to navigate, especially when work is being done remotely. Luckily, Sage HRMS allows for easily accessible electronic data to be submitted, stored, and used when need be. To learn more about Sage HRMS, visit here. Are you ready to manage your Human Resources job functions easily? Call 856-335-1010 or email and let’s get started today!

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