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HNB transforms employee experience with hSenid


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Hatton National Bank, Sri Lanka’s most innovative bank, is partnering with hSenid to transform HR service delivery and employee experience. A premier bank in the country with the largest branch network and over 4,300 employees, HNB has now streamlined and centralised their HR processes with PeoplesHR, Sri Lanka’s first cloud HRIS solution. 

With its presence in the forefront of digital banking, HNB has already started transforming their operations and customer experience in to a digital framework. HNB has been a pioneer in cloud HR and digital HR is an integral component of the bank’s Vision 2020. 

HNB PLC Managing Director/CEO Jonathan Alles commented: “HNB continues to invest in people as we embrace the digital future. Having over 125 years of history behind us, we have always understood that people bring us the competitive edge. While we are on full throttle to power our business and customer service with high tech, we have a compelling gravitation towards being a people-centric organisation. This has always been the winning mantra for HNB’s success in growing stakeholder confidence, especially with employees and customers.” 

Launched in the year 2010, PeoplesHR by hSenid Business Solutions became the first-ever cloud HRIS solutions provider in Sri Lanka. Built on experience and expertise gathered through the years, by serving a plethora of organisations around the globe, the cloud solution encapsulates the best of HR practices in one platform. At HNB, PeoplesHR was launched internally as ‘Talentedge’ and was made available to all employees across the island. 

“It is a pleasure to be the HR tech partner for Hatton National Bank. We are confident that with our latest HR analytics and reports, we can support them with their new vision. We are looking forward to working together with HNB for many years to come,” stated hSenid Group of Companies Chairman Dinesh Saparamadu.

“hSenid and Team HNB delivered the project on time without any delays. The responsiveness and client engagement on the part of hSenid and the collaborative results oriented spirit of our project team ensured seamless delivery on every project milestone,” highlighted HNB PLC Chief HR Officer/DGM HTR Chiranthi Cooray. “We are looking at further augmenting our HR strategy linked to the Bank’s business strategy with this collaboration,” she added. 


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