Onyema Joseph founded Amoseries Technologies to help businesses automate their HR processes.
As a Human Resources Management System (HRMS), Amoseries is a cloud and on-premise solution suite that helps SMEs manage their employee and HR processes effectively. Hosted in a data centre in Lagos Nigeria for speed of access, Amoseries is also able to manage employee data and documents, organisation leave processes, payroll in line with the Nigerian tax laws, requisitions, service desk, organisational eLearning and more.
Although the platform is still at ideation stage, Amoseries is hoping to bring to the market a solution that is accessible across devices and geographies, “in the office or on the move to a diverse and growing workforce,” Onyema clarifies.
Amoseries started out running two demo accounts that are currently in the process of being converted to live accounts. “We are also in discussions with a number of prospective partners who we hope would help shorten the sales cycle starting January,” Onyema confirms.
Just recently, the startup was among the beneficiaries of the Tony Elumelu Entrepreneurship Program, from which the founders hope to receive a grant of about ₦1.5m towards boosting marketing efforts.
With a plan to launch fully on the 5th of June. later this year, it would be interesting to see how the startup fairs in the real competitive world of business.
For now, you can visit the website for a tour of the solution and to find out more about the on-boarding process.
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