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HRIS Project Charter Template
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Table of Contents Project Title ........................................................................................................................ 3
Purpose .......................................................................................................... 3
Description ..................................................................................................... 3
Objective ........................................................................................................ 3
Success Criteria or Expected Benefits .............................................................. 4
Funding ........................................................................................................... 4
Major Deliverables .......................................................................................... 5
Acceptance Criteria ......................................................................................... 6
Milestone Schedule ........................................................................................ 6
Approval Requirements ................................................................................. 6
Project Manager ............................................................................................ 6
Authorized by ................................................................................................ 6

Project Title
Human Resource Information Systems (HRIS) Project Charter Template.
Purpose
The HRIS project is necessitated by two factors which support our business needs. One of these factors is the need to keep up with the demand for our product within the marketplace. The second factor is actualizing a business that works as hard for its employees as hard as the employees…...

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