Product Quick Facts
OrangeHRM, launched in 2005, is one of the world’s most popular choices for open-source human resource management software.
Delivered in three separate product tiers, OrangeHRM offers organizations both flexibility and affordability
OrangeHRM Open Source: A free, feature-rich solution with a modular design, OrangeHRM Open Source edition includes solutions for system administration, personnel information management, time and attendance, recruitment, performance management, an employee self-service platform, and a dashboard that pulls information from the other modules for at-a-glance monitoring of key HR metrics.
OrangeHRM Professional: Including all of the modules from the free, Open Source edition of OrangeHRM, the Professional version adds a training and learning management module, asset tracking and maintenance management, document management, disciplinary tracking, and an intuitive mobile application for both employees and management that can clock-in/out employees, handles time-off requests, manages timesheets, and more.
OrangeHRM Enterprise: Building on the functionality of OrangeHRM Professional, the Enterprise edition offers increased functionality for system administration, including role-based access, modules for onboarding and exit interviews, and deeper functionality across all modules.
In addition to the various tiers, OrangeHRM can also be delivered via the cloud, as OrangeHRM Live. OrangeHRM Live service is available for all pricing tiers, allowing you to deploy your full HR information system in a matter of hours instead of days or months.
We recommend OrangeHRM to any business looking for an open-source HR management solution, but especially small-to-medium firms looking for a flexible, scalable solution that will grow with the company.
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(Last updated on 03/21/2016 by Jonathan Ward)