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New HR scheme launched for Nigeria market

04 November 2015, 08:54Okoro Chinedu

Lagos - An international software firm has announced the launch of a human resource management (HRM) tool for the Nigerian market.

The Sage Human Resource Management (HRM) offering has been launched in Lagos.

It brings mid-size and large enterprises a powerful, simple and flexible human resources management solution that helps them to gain efficiency in their HR processes.

It is envisaged to empower HR managers to improve overall business performance by gaining better control over their workforce costs and creating stronger engagement with employees.

Sage HRM automates processes such as payroll, hiring, on-boarding and talent retention.

The solution ensures legal compliance as well as higher employee retention and engagement, with easy self-service HR services.

It also helps manage employee development by providing faster and simpler access to skills and performance information.

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Sage HRM contains all settings, features, statutory calculations and parameters for payroll and global legislation compliance for the Nigerian market.

With more than 93 million Internet users in Nigeria, Sage HRM’s rich cloud and mobile functionality makes it a perfect match for the market, officials said.

The solution is aimed at mid-size and large enterprises in the manufacturing, distribution, services and healthcare industries that are keen to integrate HR with finance, thereby improving efficiency and cost.

Ivan Epstein, President of Sage International, said Nigerian companies were eager to embrace automated HR and payroll solutions to assist with increased regulatory demands increase, rapid economic expansion, and growing global trade.

"We’re delighted to add Sage HRM to our portfolio and look forward to working with our business partners to help Nigerian enterprises thrive," said Epstein. 

- CAJ News

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