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FMP Amity HR and Payroll Software – Technical Specification

As with any new system purchase you are considering, you will want to know more about the system requirements to assist you in making an informed decision. Amity is a fully integrated browser based HR and payroll solution which has been built to operate across multiple platforms and devices.


Amity has been developed using the latest HTML 5 and CSS3 code, so all you will need is a HTML 5 compatible browser, whether it be Chrome, Firefox, Opera or Safari – the choice is yours.

Our Systems Requirements document, which can be provided on request, provides full details of which version should be used on each device to provide you with optimum performance.


Whilst it is entirely possible to run everything on a single server, we would not recommend this for a production environment. Instead two servers are recommended, a database server and an application server.

Amity consists of a number of 64-bit applications that communicate over HTTPS between themselves and the client browser. This means that a valid SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) Certificate will need to be installed and active on the application server.


At FMP HR and Payroll Software, we take security extremely seriously. Not only is security at the centre of development for Amity, but we have also been accredited to the ISO27001:2013 Information Security Management Standard for a number of years. This means that our IT security standards are regularly audited to ensure that we keep our information assets secure across our entire organisation.

With Amity all communication is conducted over an encrypted HTTPS connection. To ensure integrity at all times, all activity requires an inter-process security token. This allows for ‘Include everything but this….’ and the ‘Exclude just this’ security patterns.

Individual user access is defined on a role/task basis, which can be assigned to a number of users. In addition Employee Self Service functionality is assigned to employees using their individual employee code meaning they can only see their own personal information.


Three modes of authentication exist:

  • Simple
  • Active Directory/LDAP
  • Single Sign On/SSO

Once a user is successfully authenticated, they are assigned the appropriate security code.

HR and Payroll Software – For further information contact us today to request a copy of our System Requirements Document.


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