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Rice Memorial Selects Staffing and Scheduling System

September 6, 2007
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Willmar, Minn.-based Rice Memorial Hospital has selected API Software's time and attendance, staffing and scheduling, and payroll/HR systems, in an effort to direct labor resource management and enhance employee communications.

According to API (Hartford, Wis.), its Payrollmation system simplifies scheduling methods, automates time and attendance pay policies, and also provides labor information and ad-hoc reporting options.

API contends its Navigator Payroll/HR solution helps organizations manage personnel data, including employment applications, payroll and benefits information.



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