Renishaw is a global engineering company based in Gloucestershire with core skills in measurement, motion control, spectroscopy and precision machining. Operating in 32 countries around the world and with a total workforce of almost 3,500 staff, Renishaw works closely with Talentia Software to manage the flow of essential HR information throughout the business. Talentia’s HCM solution provides key headcount information to Renishaw’s Board and enables responsive reporting decisions to be made through employee profiling, skills identification and salary comparisons.
Key benefits of Talentia’s HR Software System:
- Software enables Renishaw to control costs within the organisation and keep revenues balanced
- The broad solution is a key information source for appraisals and addressing performance
- Customised system incorporates talent management, recruitment and training functionality
- Photographs and key information on each member of Renishaw staff are held on the global system
- Data can be easily converted into graphs, making complex information quick to interpret.
Talentia Software’s HCM solution has enabled Renishaw’s UK-based central HR team to successfully manage the human resource function across the global Group. The platform will be used by employees across the Group – including 2,221 members of UK staff – and provides the company with the ability to assist employees to maximise their capabilities and advance their careers.
The system enables information to be easily exported to either Sharepoint or onto a server and this process is continually carried out in the background for added security of critical information. Through this approach, Renishaw has one clear point of data entry that can be strictly managed, ensuring that all HR information has been accurately entered.
Renishaw has worked closely with Talentia Software UK’s Managing Director, Julie Windsor, for nearly two decades to ensure that this solution is continually enhanced and developed to support business needs. The firm cites Talentia’s “ability to draw on historic knowledge” and the continuity of service as fundamental to the success of the system over such a long period of time.