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Microimage HCM takes Digital HR into Philippines with Tech One Global

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Leading Digital HR Cloud solution provider Microimage HCM Asia (MIHCM Asia) has taken the next step in its regional expansion across South East Asia through a partnership in the Philippines with Tech One Global and Microsoft Philippines. 

The company’s Digital HR HCM Cloud solution was launched to local users at the recent “Deliver Digital Transformation to HR” event held in Makati. The audience, comprising some 75+ senior HR practitioners, discovered the significant potential of Digital HR and the tools it provides to foster employee engagement, streamline and integrate HR processes and improve workforce management.

“We are delighted to be teaming up with Tech One Global to launch our HCM Cloud solution here in the Philippines and helping local HR leaders on their digital transformation journey,” said MIHCM Asia CEO Harsha Purasinghe. “The Philippines holds significant potential and we are confident that our partnership will deliver positive results here.” 

Tech One Global CEO and Co-Founder Lars Jeppesen said, “HR plays a central role in every organisation’s digital transformation strategy. From talent acquisition, development, to retention, HR should drive employee engagement across departments and teams to promote a culture of productivity and collaboration.” 

Both Harsha and Lars provided the audience with concrete examples of how putting Human Capital Management on the cloud can transform the role of HR into a strategic and dynamic force in the organisation. Sharing insights into the world of Digital HR alongside Harsha and Lars were Tech One Global COO and Co-Founder Wasantha Weerakoone and Hungry Workhorse Consultancy President Rey Lugtu. 

Tech One Global is a regional Microsoft Gold Partner and Microsoft’s Philippines’ Country Partner of the Year. 

HCM Cloud is an enterprise-grade HR solution delivered with a modern consumer-grade user experience, providing talent insights for timely and accurate decision-making using advanced analytics and natural language query functionality. Native mobile apps for iOS/Android help empower a mobile-first workforce and the platform also helps enhance employee engagement with collaboration, social and feedback capabilities.  

Country specific legislative and language localisations are supported with seamless integration capabilities to other third party systems via secure APIs. Users are also able to stay current via “Mia”, a virtual HR assistant, powered by BoT technology for 24x7 employee HR assistance.

HCM Cloud is powered by secure, scalable and stable Microsoft Azure cloud and is currently deployed in the UK, Asia and Australia Azure Data Centres. 


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