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Avature announces case management solution to enhance service delivery for HR departments

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July 20, 2023
By Talent Canada

Avature, a provider of Human Capital Management (HCM) software for recruiting and talent management, has announced the release of its HR Case Management solution.

Avature Case Management has been designed in collaboration with leading HR practitioners to solve employee problems through engagement and cooperation, the company said. The solution allows HR generalists to proactively manage employee issues to improve the overall health of the organization.

HR managers can quickly and easily automate a full range of processes, from basic enrollments and leave of absence requests to complex incident management investigations using a structured case hierarchy.

And HR can effortlessly support a variety of evolving workforce deployment challenges, including work-from-home programs, shift change requests and other urgent, high-impact employee issues.


“The idea is to design an engaging solution that makes employees feel supported,” said Florencia Maurizi, Avature’s SVP of consulting. “Our customers understand that the more muscular focus on “strategic HR” requires going beyond employee self-service when appropriate and offering a well-managed spectrum of higher-touch services depending on criticality. They know they can lower turnover by better managing a wide range of issues, from upskilling dedicated employees to offboarding low performers, and see an effective case management system as a core component of their digital HR transformation.”

Unlike conventional service desk systems based on the ITIL methodology, Avature Case Management recognizes the unique aspects of the HR mission and allows HR to leverage case management to build the cultural strength of the organization, it said. Furthermore, it acknowledges that there are limitations to the outcomes of self-service HR and that value-added services can be delivered at scale through smarter automation.

“Many companies see HR case management as something similar to IT case management, where cases are routed to a specialist, a fix is applied, and the case is neatly closed. But HR does not work that way,” said Dimitri Boylan, CEO of Avature. “People issues can be exceedingly complex. Some never go away – and instead require complex workarounds to be put in place for extended periods. And many issues cannot be resolved by HR alone. The number of people involved in the resolution of an HR issue can expand quickly and even extend to third parties such as law firms and healthcare providers. If the system isn’t flexible, it’s going to break.”

The Avature platform’s machine learning and text processing capabilities in multiple languages, including Mandarin and Japanese, make the solution useful for multinationals, it said. Avature’s reporting module and configurable dashboards provide clarity and actionable guidance for HR generalists, legal teams and impacted line managers.

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