Employease Release SaaS Employease Extend


Employease®, a specialist in employee information management, today announced the availability of a flexible Web services offering called Employease Extend.

ebizQ received the following details:

Built using open standards and a Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA), Employease Extend enables customers and partners to connect and integrate employee data from the Employease Network with any system, portal, database, browser, application or device. By providing customers and partners with integration independence, Employease is empowering the innovation and transformation of any business process that depends on employee information.

Employease Extend combines ERP-like integration with the simplicity and flexibility of the on-demand model. The solution supports real-time provisioning and consumption of data as well as the execution of entire processes within the Employease Network. Employease Extend automates processes, eliminates errors and enables organizations to focus on their core business by integrating employee information with the rest of the enterprise. For example, companies can automatically communicate new hire information entered into the Employease Network to all internal systems that require information on new employees.

“Employease Extend is part of the Employease vision to redefine how companies manage employee information and make extraordinary improvements to all business processes that depend on this information,” said Phil Fauver, chief executive officer of Employease.

Leadership in Integration

Employease has been at the forefront of connectivity and integration since its inception 10 years ago. Today, more than 14 million transactions per month pass across 180 digital pipes connecting every important HR, benefits and payroll service provider to more than 1,500 Employease customers. These pre-integrated connections communicate and manage information regarding more than 900,000 employee records.

Employease Extend empowers Employease customers to move beyond securely exchanging employee and benefit data across the HR and benefits universe. It now opens possibilities for customers and partners to transform employee-centric processes beyond HR.

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