HRnext Announces Partnership with Evolution

By HR Tech Outlook | Friday, November 30, 2018

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA: HRnext Holdings LLC, is pleased to announce that it has entered into a partnership agreement with iSystems, Inc.’s Evolution HCM Technology, in which Evolution will license the HRnext Human Resources Information System (HRIS) for use by the thousands of employers served by Evolution with payroll and human capital management solutions.

Under the agreement, Evolution will contribute to the further development of the HRnext HRIS, suggesting enhancements and new features and functions for all users, and providing assistance with project management and programming.

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In an announcement to Evolution’s customers, Senior Vice President Kathey Palmer said, “After an exhaustive search, we have partnered with HRNext to be our new HR platform for Advanced HR 2.0. They have a strong understanding of payroll and how HR should integrate and inter-relate with payroll. Like Evolution, this software was specifically developed with the needs of a payroll service bureau in mind. Their development team has worked together for over ten years and has extensive HR and payroll understanding. It was important for us to have a strong partnership with HRnext related to software development. Therefore, we will have a seat at the development table and our staff will be actively involved in the development of Advanced HR 2.0 both for launch and moving forward.”

Shawn Krivjansky, who heads the HRnext development team, said, “We are extremely fortunate to have technical and practical input from Evolution as we continue to enhance the already robust capabilities and value to users of the HRnext products.”

HRnextTM is a cloud-based software application that is delivered to its subscribers as a service (SaaS). HRnext Holdings LLC is a Nevada limited liability company with its principal offices in Phoenix, AZ. 

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