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Go Beyond Productivity – Think Outcomes

Agile & Integrated, mobile-first Enterprise HRMS

2 million active users in 50+ countries

Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG)

Revamp Enterprise Functions with Tangible Outcomes

Hire and retain

Get the desired candidate and retain them for the long-term as happy employees

Motivate employees

Make jobs a career and offer a sense of purpose for continued association

Boost productivity 

Improve productivity with performance management and active employee engagement 

Define outcomes

Offer greater transparency and outline rules and standards

Why ZingHR HRMS for
Sri Lanka?

New Experience Tale

Write a new chapter of EX and outcomes with

  • Customized business-specific HCM
  • State-of-art technology
  • Quick implementation with AI/ML

Significant solutions

Augment journeys with seamless

  • Hire to retire employee journey
  • Workforce and talent management
  • Employee engagement with HR innovations

Trust the trusted

Continuing the fundaments of excellence with

  • Tata Capital funds the ZingHR growth journey in 2022
  • Among top 10 HCM suites in Asia- Gartner
  • Serving over 700 enterprises

ZingCX 2.0

Re-inventing Support System

Faster Ticket Resolution

Raise tickets and get resolutions instantly 

Smart Routing

AI-enabled routing for redirecting queries to the best executive

SME assistance

Domain experts to assist over queries with deeper analysis

Vijay Raghavan
COO – Sri Lanka

Rich in natural, agricultural and human resources, Sri Lanka is one of South Asia’s most low-risk emerging economies that is poised to become a globally competitive market. Over the past few years, the island nation has demonstrated immense potential towards leapfrogging technology and adopting 4IR (4th Industrial Revolution). The Sri Lankan government’s commitment to convert the country into a tech-driven hub was pronounced in its Budget 2021, where a slew of reforms in trade policies and initiatives such as ‘Invest Sri Lanka-2021’ were made to improve the ease of doing business and attract more foreign direct investments. Additionally, Sri Lanka also identified ‘Building a Technology-based society’ as a key national initiative in its National Policy Framework (NPF) in 2019. This policy aims to maximise the use of innovative technologies such as the Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence (AI), Biotechnology, Robotics, Augmented Reality, Cloud Computing, Nanotechnology and 3D printing across its industries. The country is further bolstered by its ICT (Information and Communications Technology) industry that is projected to generate USD 1.8 billion revenue by the end of this year. Sri Lanka thus stands firmly on the precipice of becoming the new regional hub for both knowledge and employment, and this will attract businesses from across the neighbouring region to enter and thrive in its conducive market.

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