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Sydney-based reseller partners with Kronos in A/NZ, Singapore

Sydney-based reseller partners with Kronos in A/NZ, Singapore

Presence of IT extends partnership with vendor to full workforce management portfolio

Sydney-based human resources and payroll consultancy, Presence of IT, has extended its partnership with Kronos to resell the software vendor’s full suite of workforce management solutions in Australia and New Zealand (A/NZ) and Singapore.

Presence of IT CTO, Shaun Flannery, said the partnership will allow it to supply an end-to-end HR and payroll solution to simplify access to licensing, implementation and support.

“It enables a much more synergistic approach to [customers’] human capital management (HCM) systems, extending our current value proposition to deliver fully integrated, end-to-end HCM solutions for our customers,” he said.

Additionally, Presence of IT claims it is the first reseller partner to go to market with the combined Kronos and SuccessFactors solution which integrates workforce management, HR, payroll and talent management in the Cloud.

According to Kronos Asia-Pacific (APAC) vice-president, Peter Harte, Presence of IT was selected as the vendor’s newest partner as its solution offers controls over labour costs, minimises compliance risk, and improves workforce productivity.

“We have worked with Presence of IT for more than four years as a primary integration partner, and the level of trust it already has in the market gives us confidence in its ability to deliver an integrated offering to new customers.”

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