LP Software, Inc. Announces the Release of its Newest Product ERMS- Employee Relations Management System

LP Software Inc., the leading provider of Incident Management and Operational Compliance/Auditing software solutions is proud to announce the release of it's newest product. Employee Relations Management System (ERMS) Software.

Palos Hills, IL (PRWEB) September 26, 2007 -- LP Software Inc., the leading provider of Incident Management and Operational Compliance/Auditing software solutions is proud to announce the release of it's newest product. Employee Relations Management System (ERMS) Software. to it's suite of products. ERMS is a system specifically designed for Employee Relation departments, to track incidents such as sexual harassment, time/attendance issues, wrongful terminations and numerous other incidents . Employee Relations Management System (ERMS) was developed with the help of experienced HR professionals.

Like our solutions for Loss Prevention, ERMS is designed to be flexible and scalable to accommodate the varying needs of our clients. Michelle Michael, Director of Sales & Marketing for LP Software said, "ERMS is a much needed tool for Human Resource professionals to manage and track all incidents. ERMS was designed to be easy to navigate while at the same time being flexible enough to meet the needs of any organization."

LP Software, Inc. is committed to the development of best-cost, world-class software solutions that revolutionize the retail and HR mission and contribute greatly to the success of our highly valued customers. To learn more about ERMS, LPMS-Incident Tracking Software or LPMS-Audit software, please visit our site at www.lpguys.com or call us at 708-974-2838.

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