TaMIS launch reveals new solution from SIL for optimised HR Management Solution

 

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SIL launched its first ever, 100% Mauritian, out of the box IT solution for local and international markets: TaMIS (Talent Management Information System) on the 9th May 2014.

This human resource management solution, with online and mobile features, has been wholly developed by SIL and is available in a package, ready to be installed and configured. The software is geared to the needs of private and public organisations, irrespective of their business sector, in Mauritius and on the international market.

The official launch event was held at the Hilton Mauritius Resort & Spa, Flic-en-Flac. Details of the TaMIS brand, software, functions and benefits, were revealed during the launch event through a special show and thanks to the TaMIS product video/demo.

The Information and Communication Technologies Minister of Mauritius, delivered the official launch speech whilst the Chairman of SIL, expanded on the SIL strategy as it relates to the corporate and public sectors of Mauritius and Africa.

TaMIS is the first professional solution of its kind, to have been developed in Mauritius, targeting the local and African markets and beyond. It has been created in line with the constants and constraints of the public and private sector, respecting specific local laws and regulations, which can often prove to be very complex.

Designed for medium to large businesses, TaMIS is an online and fully integrated HR management system with a comprehensive suite of modules for effective delivery and decision-making. Its design is based on the common processes and best practices of the Human Resources functions. TaMIS, hence, enhances the effectiveness of common HR activities, aligning itself with the strategic HR needs of an organisation. To Learn more about TaMIS, connect to the dedicated TaMIS website.

The event was attended by key members of the private sector, respected HR professionals and high-level public sector officials.

June 2014