Human Capital Management Systems Planning

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<p><strong>Frisco, Texas &mdash; Aug. 2 </strong><br />HRchitect, an HCM consulting services firm and provider of talent management systems (TMS) consulting, reported strong growth in both revenue, clients and additional projects at past clients during the first half of 2007.<br /><br />HRchitect followed up a great 2006, with a stellar beginning to 2007, with more than 25 new client projects initiated.&nbsp;&nbsp; </p><p>Additions to its client base include BJC Healthcare, Bank of Oklahoma, Boy Scouts of America, L-3 Communications, Baker Hughes, Countrywide, Enterprise Products Partners, Mid-American, Ashland, Tishman Speyer, Group Health, and First American Corp., as well as additional projects at existing clients Celestica, Northwestern Mutual, Mayo Clinic, Hyatt, Lyondell Chemical, Texans Credit Union, Barclays Global Investors, Blockbuster and others.<br /><br />&ldquo;There continues to be a tremendous amount of confusion and lack of knowledge in the talent management technology marketplace,&rdquo; said Matt Lafata, HRachitect director of business development. &ldquo;Our repeat business is at an all-time high as a result of our &lsquo;customer for life&rsquo; philosophy, while new clients are coming onboard at a healthy pace. </p><p>&quot;Customers look to us as sort of the &lsquo;Good Housekeeping seal of approval&rsquo; when it comes to the strategic planning and selection of HR technology as evidenced by our strong client retention and satisfaction.&rdquo;<br /><br />Rick Fletcher, HRchitect president and co-founder, agreed. </p><p>&ldquo;The talent management software marketplace, the vendors and even other consulting firms who service this area are constantly undergoing change,&rdquo; he said. &ldquo;Acquisitions and loss of focus are prevalent in our industry, while HRchitect has stayed true to form in the 10 years we have been in business. </p><p>&quot;Our service offerings have expanded as our client demands have increased, but we still maintain our independent thinking as the leading consulting firm in our industry.&quot;<br /><br />HRchitect&rsquo;s mission has always centered on performing individualized analyses and creating strategic business and technology plans based on the specific needs of a company and not the traditional &ldquo;cookie cutter&rdquo; approaches that are typically offered by other HCM consulting companies.<br /><br />&ldquo;The caliber of people we have at HRchitect is what really sets us apart,&rdquo; said Dan Katavola, HRchitect vice president of consulting services and co-founder. &ldquo;It&rsquo;s easy to put together a slick marketing piece or Web site and talk about everything you do as a firm, but the true testament is in the people that are actually performing the work. </p><p>&quot;Our consultants and our entire organization are focused on staying on top of trends, being in constant communication with the software vendors to know where they are going and, most importantly, employing best practices in everything we do.&rdquo;</p>

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