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Microimage and Businessary partner to offer game-changing cloud-based HR management system


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Microimage Australia and Businessary have formed a strategic partnership to roll out a game-changer in cloud-enabled human capital management solutions.

Microimage Australia Pty Ltd, the Australian arm of the Microimage group (a well-established human capital management (HCM) solution provider in South East Asia), has formed a strategic alliance with Businessary Pty Ltd, a specialist in providing business and human resource professional services to Australian and New Zealand businesses.

Together, Microimage and Businessary will introduce fresh perspective to human capital management to the Australian and New Zealand market.

Director Microimage Australia Peter Wijeyaratne said: “Workplace dynamics, culture and processes have changed dramatically over the past few years and with the new millennial mindset, and the digital savvy workforce now a dominant part of the employee mix, we are confident that our combined expertise in software and Businessary professional services will be a game-changer in the Australian market.” 

“The Microimage HCM Cloud is a digital HR solution which covers all areas of HR including performance management, recruitment, talent acquisition, learning management, succession planning, employee engagement, time and attendance, analytics and native mobile apps. Our solution is a cloud-based solution that is built for the Microsoft Azure platform and makes full use of the Microsoft Azure Cloud including all the security and technical features of the platform. This is a globally Microsoft co-sell ready solution embracing all of the Azure benefits.”

Businessary Managing Director Annabel Rees sees this partnership as a refreshing and welcome opportunity for organisations of all sizes to make use of the modular nature and scalability of the application itself. 

“Our purpose is to help businesses find a clear path to optimal business performance. Businessary has a depth of knowledge and resources in contemporary HR practices which we provide our clients, and we can see a fantastic synergy in coupling our experience with the Microimage solution to offer our clients and other organisations an HR system solution that is user-friendly, intuitive and easily customised. “Our smaller clients will benefit from accessing a preconfigured HRM solution previously unobtainable due to pricing and customisation costs.  Businessary’s point of difference is driven from our multidisciplinary team using tight project management discipline, combined with our tech savvy HR and change professionals - a unique combination to take care of the all the account management, change management, customisation, documentation and training that results in a rapid deployment and seamless implementation. From our initial conversation with interested organisations, it’s clear that this is a compelling offer that will give our clients a competitive advantage.” 

The Businessary and Microimage preferred partnership extends to Australia and New Zealand.

 


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