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hSenid collaborates with Microsoft to fuel innovative acceleration of HR in Bangladesh


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From left: hSenid Business Solutions Head of Sales Riyazi Samsudeen, hSenid Business Solutions Chief Executive Officer Sampath Jayasundara, hSenid Group of Companies Chairman Dinesh Saparamadu and Microsoft Brunei Country Manager Afif Mohamad Ali  

 


‘Fuelling the Innovative Acceleration of HR’, an event hosted by hSenid together with Microsoft was held recently at The Westin, Dhaka. The evening revolved around the topic of human-tech collaboration, centring the evolution of technology on the constants of HR, which made way for the launch of hSenid HR Solutions. The audience comprised of partners and customers, who explored the potential Digital HR brings with its features to improve workforce management.

“We are excited to be widening our global reach further, as we make our way into our sixth international office here in Dhaka, Bangladesh. There is great potential towards the digitalisation of HR in Bangladesh, and together with Microsoft we are confident in delivering something extraordinary,” said hSenid Group of Companies Chairman Dinesh Saparamadu while addressing the gathering.

Giving an insight towards the initiative of fuelling the innovative acceleration of HR in Bangladesh, hSenid Business Solutions Director/CEO Sampath Jayasundara mentioned, “To stay ahead of the game at every turn, you need something exceptional; which is why we aren’t focused on the conventional HR, it’s the life changing kind we are after.”

hSenid takes a spin at Artificial Intelligence and Advanced Analytics to provide its users a uniquely futuristic solution. Some of the latest additions to the system includes Predictive Analytics, where the system analyses similarities and patterns from the data that has been collected over years, and with it building a dashboard of attendance, turnover and absenteeism predictions on the organisation’s future. The product also has the capability of providing an organisation with live simulations of critical information before making big decisions. Not forgetting Randy the AI powered chatbot that acts as your HR buddy whenever you need assistance.

Microsoft Brunei Country Manager Afif Mohamad Ali also enlightened the audience in his presentation on ‘Empowering the people who empower the planet’. Wrapping up a successful event with an interactive networking session followed by dinner. hSenid Business Solutions is a globally recognised institution that caters to over 1,000 clients in over 18 varying industries across 35+ countries. Over the years hSenid has been recognised as a trusted HRIS Solutions provider, operating from Africa, India, Kenya, Singapore and Sri Lanka. It aims at capturing all HR needs with on-premise and cloud-based HR Solutions along with Human Resource Outsourcing and Tracking Solutions.

Microsoft enables digital transformation for the era of an intelligent cloud and an intelligent edge. Its mission is to empower every person and every organisation on the planet to achieve more.


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