PrismHR, a software provider for PEOs and ASOs, launched a Unified Employee Experience update. Based on the UI of its sister company Namely, PrismHR UEX includes new manager and employee views, expanded configuration options, higher levels of accessibility and improved responsiveness.
PrismHR President Kevin Andrews said the company aimed to create a “more modern, responsive and accessible experience” with the enhancement. Before designing its new navigation flow, the company analyzed how users approach and prioritize their work, he said.
The initial version PrismHR UEX includes:
- Employee/manager split views to provide appropriate information to each user.
- Customized branding to reflect titles, headers, primary links, buttons and accent colors.
- Accessibility that aligns with Web Content Accessibility Guidelines to improve the experience for people with disabilities.
- Unified navigation, guided workflows and responsive views for desktop, tablet and mobile environments.
“Tackling a design project of this magnitude allowed the PrismHR team to think this through with fresh eyes,” said Alex Campos, CEO of PrismHR parent Vensure Employer Solutions. “In doing so, we were able to marry form and function and present a greatly improved user experience…”
Leveraging for a Shared Market
In 2022, Namely was acquired by the holding company that was created through the merger of PrismHR and Vensure Employer Services. At the time, PrismHR said the combination would allow the company to deliver HCM solutions that would support all stages of a company’s growth and the increasing complexity that goes along with it.
More recently, Namely launched new bundled offerings designed specifically to address challenges faced by SMBs. Those products included basic HR and payroll modules, along with more complex solutions for onboarding, recruitment, performance management, compliance, benefits administration and time management.
Andrews was promoted to the president’s role earlier this month. He joined PrismHR in 2022 as president of product and technology. Previously, he was Alight Solutions’ chief technology officer, benefits.