Digi Launches New altHR App For Malaysian Companies
The folks at Digi has today launched altHR, a new app that helps Malaysian companies digitalise HR process as well as better ’employee empowerment’ and engagement.
Digi launches altHR app
altHR comes with features such as digital sales Kits, contact-less time tracking, paperless leave and expense management, where they aim to solve the problem of digitalisation of company processes that is still found in small and medium enterprises.
With the altHR app, employees are able to easily apply for leave, make and approve claims, submit travel requests, access important documents such as payslips and handbooks, as well as get updates on the company’s latest news and announcement.
Here’s what Digi’s Chief Digital Officer, Praveen Rajan had to say about the app launch:
As part of our own digital transformation, we needed a solution to enhance our employee experience and improve our HR operations, but after an endless search for the ‘perfect’ HR solution, we decided to build our own, and it has totally transformed the way we manage our HR processes. It turned out to be so effective that we continued improving it with the aim of creating more than just a digital HR solution, but an app that also empowers all other aspects of a businessPraveen Rajan, Digi Chief Digital Officer
They’ve revealed that the app’s roadmap includes incorporating crucial, revenue-generating components of businesses, such as business development, retail management, and more for modern business owners to manage cost.
Aside from that, they are introducing features such as services, sales kit, and time tracking to help SMEs adjust to the ‘new normal’.
If you are a Malaysian SME, you can sign up for the app right here. The altHR app is free for all companies for their first 50 employees until the end of the year, 31st of December 2020.
Pokdepinion: You might want to check the app out if you have a small to medium business going on. It’s nice to see that Digi is making the app free until the end of the year.