New partnership enables SharedHR to remain focused on its core business while leveraging the wide range of technical talent at BHMI to meet all of its software development and support needs.
Omaha, NE — August 13, 2012 — Baldwin Hackett & Meeks, Inc. (BHMI) is a proven software services company that designs, develops, implements, and supports enterprise applications for businesses in a wide range of industries. Today, BHMI is announcing a software infrastructure partnership with SharedHR.
SharedHR has over 30 years of experience in providing a flexible, integrated mix of HR software and HR consulting services to connect business objectives and human resource functions. Their cloud based Human Resource Information System (HRIS) and business process-driven approach to compliance and workforce management empowers HR teams to share responsibilities and deliver business results.
A critical component of all SharedHR service offerings is the HRIS software application. The SharedHR Central HRIS is a fully-hosted web-based application that allows employers to build or manage the HR function. This includes HR workflows, information management, employee self-service and benefits portal, risk management, integrated payroll, and multi-state HR compliance. SharedHR continually adds functionality based on its clients’ evolving business needs.
SharedHR’s core competency is providing its clients the industry’s best human resource management services. To ensure SharedHR remains focused on its core business, the company has made a strategic decision to partner with US-based BHMI, a leading software services provider. BHMI will serve as an extension to SharedHR’s staff by providing the ongoing services required to support, maintain, and enhance the current HRIS application.
The SharedHR application is similar in many ways to solutions developed and maintained by BHMI for other clients. The software is core to their business, demands continuous availability, and features comprehensive user interface components, reporting capabilities, and database assets. The application also interfaces with other internal and external software systems using a variety of standards.
“BHMI has a long track record of successful software infrastructure partnerships,” said Jack Baldwin, CEO of BHMI. “Our approach seems to work because BHMI’s clients continue to remain BHMI clients for long periods of time, utilizing our organization as an extension of their own technical staff.”
SharedHR chose BHMI because of the company’s longevity, corporate stability, client list, location, and reputation. BHMI has been providing software development and support services for more than 26 years. The company is headquartered in Omaha, Nebraska, and all BHMI development resources are located in this Corporate Development Center. Having a cohesive core of solid development professionals in one place enables BHMI to magnify the strengths of the organization. As a result, the company has earned a reputation for corporate stability and meeting client expectations.
“SharedHR’s clients look to us for stability, longevity, and expertise in mapping HR best practices to business goals and objectives,” said Paul Finkle, CEO of SharedHR. “Having these same qualities from our software development team is mission critical for us to ensure our HR software is meeting and exceeding our clients’ needs. BHMI had all of the qualities we were looking for in a software services partner, and we couldn’t be happier with this partnership.”
For more than 30 years, San Francisco Bay Area-based SharedHR has been providing human resource consulting and HR technology to small and medium businesses. SharedHR offers its solutions to industries like transportation, insurance, manufacturing, distribution, hospitality, and health care. For more information, please visit www.sharedhr.com.
ABOUT BALDWIN HACKETT & MEEKS, INC.
As a specialist in creating primary software applications, BHMI not only provides premier software development services but also a comprehensive set of consulting, design, engineering, and support services that can help shape the future direction of any company’s application infrastructure. Whether it involves the creation of a new application or the enhancement of an existing application, BHMI has the in-house personnel and technical infrastructure to make it succeed. For more information on BHMI, please visit www.BHMI.com.
Casey Scheer, BHMI