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Software development for HR, education and training

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The Reference Point Web Site is recommended by a TrainingZone member:

Reference Point are a UK-based company specialising in the development of software for the human resources, education and training sectors.

"With thousands of customers already using our products, we are a well-established firm with a range of proven, successful software systems already on the market."

Full information about their product range is included in their website.

Key products include Easi-Quest, a powerful and flexible system for creating questionnaires and surveys, and Easi-Track, the top-selling system for tracking student progress on NVQs, GNVQs, and other qualifications.


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  1. Today, HR departments even
    Today, HR departments even get split into smaller divisions responsible for recruitment, onboarding, and employee retention.

    There are people for every purpose: recruiters who find the best talent, retention managers who create a great working environment in a company, training and development managers who ensure that employees advance their skills, and HR generalists who deal with practically everything mentioned above.

    A good software for HR and Training department is necessary and the costs for software development differ across the world, and every company visit website set their own rates, which largely depend on two factors: location and the quality of work. We’ll take an industry average rate – $45 per developer hour – to give you an approximate understanding of the cost of HRIS software development.

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