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SeamlessHR Launch
  • SeamlessHR, the leading enterprise-grade HR and payroll SaaS provider in Africa, announced the opening of its East African operations.
  • Only 30 per cent of Kenyan enterprises have wholly automated their human resource (HR) management operations, resulting in lost revenue.
  • KIPPRA data show that 7.4 million firms, including small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Kenya, are struggling to manage human resources

At a thought leadership conference hosted in Nairobi, Kenya, SeamlessHR, the leading enterprise-grade HR and payroll SaaS provider in Africa, announced the opening of its East African operations.

By implementing well-designed, top-notch technological solutions, SeamlessHR, an end-to-end HR and payroll technology firm, aims to help companies in emerging markets become more productive and successful.

At the event, which was held at the Villa Rosa Kempinski Hotel in Nairobi with the theme “Maximising Africa’s Human Capital at the Intersection of Technology and Enterprise,” influential business executives and IT specialists were present.

A Kenyan-based tech firm,Atlancis Technologies, has been lauded by Open Compute Project (OCP) developing state-of-the-art cloud infrastructure at 20 per cent of the cost.

The US-based tech firm OCP has praised Atlancis for its adoption of non-proprietary open-source computing and cloud infrastructure to provide cloud services in Kenya, beginning with a pay-as-you-go HR system, Kinetic, that runs payroll, leave, appraisals, and clock-in.

OCP was launched in 2011 by Facebook, Intel and others to provide free, state-of-the-art blueprints for servers and data centre infrastructure.  More than 1,000 globally leading hardware engineers have since improved the free designs.

Incorporated in Kenya and operating in Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Malawi and Zambia, Atlancis is a leading open computing innovation in Africa.

“With data centre space growing exponentially, the need for more efficient data centre hardware and infrastructure has become a world-defining issue,” said Daniel Njuguna, CEO and co-founder of Atlancis Technologies.

Data centres, including …