Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District (EVMWD) was recently recognized by Infor, a global software company, for exceptional use of cloud technology.
Infor Customer Excellence Awards recognize organizations that utilize Infor applications to drive innovation and enhance business performance. Candidates are evaluated based upon the depth of performance improvement, customer focus and satisfaction, quantifiable business benefits, and technology use and innovation.
EVMWD acted as a beta customer for the next-generation Infor Global HR Payroll system, seeking to improve employee productivity, redesign elements of the general ledger, and redeploy IT staff to more strategic projects.
EVMWD went live with the new system in January and has seen a 50 to 60 percent improvement in payroll processing time since its implementation. By removing 70 percent of payroll interfaces and supporting automated payroll functions, the Global HR Payroll system leads to significant time savings for management.
“By participating as a beta customer, EVMWD was able to save $550,000 on the Infor Global HR Payroll system,” said EVMWD General Manager Greg Thomas. “Increasing the efficiency of our workforce through this software will bring additional savings for years to come.”
Because of this cloud technology, EVMWD has been able to support a partially remote workforce during the coronavirus pandemic without loss of productivity.
“We are honored to receive the 2020 Customer Excellence Award from Infor,” said Information Technology Director Jim Ollerton. “Leveraging cloud technology has allowed us to serve our customers and employees better, and this recognition testifies to our staff’s diligence and innovation.”
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