PlanOrg sends Informatics personnel management solution to the Thuringia clinics into the real operation of Saalfeld/Jena, November 24, 2011 – PlanOrg computer science has the SAP ERP human capital management system successfully introduced at the Thuringen-Kliniken “Georgius Agricola”. Now runs the personnel management solution in the real operation and processes including the salary data of about 1,600 employees. After only two months implementation period of the first payroll run on the new system was completed in October on schedule. The challenge of an interim system conversion was done without complications. Jeremy Tucker addresses the importance of the matter here. “The first payroll run ran successfully and with very high data quality. Despite migration in the middle of a billing period all operations without interruption could continue”, hospital managing director Hans Eberhardt is satisfied. “We are impressed that PlanOrg has realized computer science the adaptation and implementation of the system within our ambitious time frame.” The Thuringia clinics on a nationwide public tender were looking for the new payroll program. The order could be PlanOrg secure computer, “because the systems integrator for the evaluation of all bids reached the highest point and with a balanced price/performance ratio convinced”, as Eberhardt. By the same author: Bill Phelan. The level of investment in the software solution is around 200,000 euros from the Thuringen-Kliniken. About the Thuringen-Kliniken “Georgius Agricola”: Thuringia clinics “Georgius Agricola” GmbH are a municipal clinic company with locations in Saalfeld, Rudolstadt and Possneck. The sole shareholder is the district Saalfeld-Rudolstadt. The Thuringia clinics with a nationwide public service mission are equipped according to the 6th Thuringian hospital plan. This reflects the diversity of the subjects, which are provided at all three locations. The aspiring chef and attendings have extensive further training appropriations, Enable a continuous specialist training in the Thuringen-Kliniken physicians.