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PageUp caters to Singapore’s SME segment through new solution

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PageUp has launched a new solution specifically for SMEs in Singapore to manage their HR processes, called PageUp Express.

Designed for organisations between 500 to 1500 employees, it includes capabilities for recruitment, onboarding, learning, performance management and succession management, as well as workforce management, payroll and core HR services.

The company cites PageUp Express as easily configurable and flexibly priced to accommodate business requirements and the size of the employee base. Additionally, the product has built-in self-service functionalities, with standard 24/7 support and a range of self-education tools for SMEs.

Karen Cariss, CEO and co-founder of PageUp, said the launch of PageUp Express will ensure Singapore’s critical SME market has what it takes to sustain high-growth.

“There is a strong demand from the SME community for a best-of-breed HR solution that is flexible enough to rapidly adapt to the needs of fast-growing businesses, without boxing them into the complex setups required by larger enterprises,” she added. “PageUp Express provides an agile technology platform that will enable Singapore’s SMEs to pivot and adapt as their workforce grows, without compromising on service delivery.”

The offering was picked up by tax and advisory firm, Grant Thornton, in 2017, which has 1,200 employees. “We chose PageUp because the product can be adapted to meet the changing needs of our agile work environment and because of their commitment to quality service delivery,” said Veronica Phung, national talent manager at Grant Thornton said.

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