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Oz reseller increases ANZ presence with HR deal

29 Jan 2014

Australian payroll consultancy Presence of IT has expanded its footprint across the ANZ region after agreeing to extend its partnership with HR solution provider Kronos.

Terms of the deal will see Presence of IT supply payroll based solutions, building on the company’s four year relationship with the software vendor.

“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,” says Shaun Flannery, CTO, Presence of IT.

Echoing Flannery’s comments, Kronos APAC VP Peter Harte says: “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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