Buyer’s Guide: 7 Questions to Ask Before Purchasing HR Software

If you’re considering changing your HR software or upgrading from spreadsheets, then you know that it’s not always an easy task. Figuring out what you need and want from your new HR software can feel daunting, especially if you’ve never done it before.

But doing your research and asking the right questions is an essential element of the buying process. It ensures you feel confident in your choice, setting you and your organisation up for long-term success.

We’ve worked with plenty of customers who have been in your position before and we know how hard it is to make big changes without guidance. That’s why we put together this buyer’s guide.

How to find the right HR software for you

In this guide, we share seven questions every organisation should ask themselves before they make a purchase. From the essentials, such as pain points, features and pricing, to how to get the most from your software, this resource guides buyers as they consider the many options on the market.

Our guide features relevant data and testimonials from ELMO customers who’ve experienced the buying journey themselves. Including:

Common HR pain points

Discover how to identify and prioritise your pain points for maximum return-on-investment.

HR software pricing

Explore the different pricing structures on the market to discover what will best suit your business.

Data security questions to ask

Understand the data security essentials needed to protect your business.

HR software implementation and post-purchase support

Learn which questions to ask about the implementation process and customer support.

Our guide also includes a handy checklist to help guide you through the research process.

After all, no-one wants to experience buyer’s regret.

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