MHR (company)

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MHR - Formerly MidlandHR
Private
IndustryHR, Payroll, Talent Management, Business Intelligence
Founded1984
FounderJohn Mills, Executive Chairman.
HeadquartersRuddington, Nottinghamshire,
UK
Key people
Anton Roe, Chief Executive Officer.
ProductsiTrent
ServicesOutsourcing and Consultancy
Number of employees
650
Websitehttps://www.mhr.co.uk/

MHR (formerly MidlandHR) is a provider of software and outsourcing services for HR, talent management, payroll and business intelligence. The company operates from its headquarters in Ruddington, Nottinghamshire, UK, and at one time reported that it supported the management, development and payment of just over 10% of the UK workforce.[1]

History[edit]

Established by Chairman John Mills in 1984, the company was set up as Midland Software Limited - before changing its trading name to MidlandHR - to supply human resource and payroll software to clients on ICL VME and IBM 370 mainframes.

In 1992 the company moved to its current headquarters, Ruddington Hall in Ruddington near Nottingham, and later acquired a second set of offices in the same area. As of July 2016, MidlandHR employed more than 560 staff.[1]

MidlandHR then started and continued to develop its solutions in-house. The latest software product iTrent was released in 2007, and is a platform to deliver end-to-end HR and payroll processing.

In 2011, MidlandHR acquired PBS UK; a company that offers HR and payroll solutions for small to medium sized businesses.

In March 2016, MidlandHR re-branded and changed its name to MHR, as part of its expansion into the US market.[2] [3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Payroll leader on plans for expansion".[dead link]
  2. ^ "MHR News: MidlandHR Rebranded to Become MHR". www.mhr.co.uk. Retrieved 2018-01-09.
  3. ^ "MidlandHR becomes MHR". Personnel Today. Retrieved 2018-03-07.

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