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State Selects CherryRoad Technologies to Modernize Payroll, Time & Attendance SystemsPosted on June 29, 2016 in News, Press Releases
HONOLULU — The State of Hawaii has selected CherryRoad Technologies Inc. to modernize payroll and time and attendance systems to provide greater functionality and efficiencies in serving more than 75,000 full- and part-time employees statewide. “The current payroll and time and attendance system was built more than 40 years ago and has become very difficult […]
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KHON: State promises cost control during payroll system overhaulPosted on February 18, 2016 in News
After Always Investigating revealed payroll problems because of last-century technology, the state is now shopping for a new system. But how much will this and other big information technology projects cost taxpayers? We looked into not only what the sticker price might be for some of the largest high-tech investments on the state’s list, but […]
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PACIFIC BUSINESS NEWS: State puts out RFP for modernization of payroll, time and attendancePosted on February 17, 2016 in News
Following the Governor’s call to make a more efficient state government, the State has issued a request for proposals to revamp its payroll and time and attendance systems. “By repurposing requirements gathered during previous efforts, the state is in a good position to expedite and launch this ambitious modernization initiative using existing capitol improvement project […]
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State of Hawaii Requests Proposals to Modernize Payroll, Time and AttendancePosted on February 16, 2016 in News, Press Releases
HONOLULU — The State of Hawaii today issued a request for proposals (RFP) to modernize its payroll and time and attendance systems to provide greater functionality and efficiencies in serving more than 75,000 full- and part-time employees statewide. The Enterprise Payroll and Time and Attendance Modernization project is being led by the Department of Accounting […]
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KHON: Costly consequences of outdated payroll technologyPosted on May 11, 2015 in News
Put in your time at work, you expect an on-time paycheck, usually by direct deposit for most of us these days. But Always Investigating found the state’s out-of-date paper system can delay payday for thousands of public workers. Even if you’re not a state worker it can affect you, because all of that manual processing […]
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