Zalaris, the provider of payroll and HR solutions that simplify work life and support creating sustainable businesses, announced that it had been authorised to sell SAP® SuccessFactors® solutions in Australia.
Zalaris’ focus on HXM and HCM solutions and capability in delivering services and solutions for companies ranging from 200 employees to 200,000 employees has been key to the company being considered a trusted partner globally, serving more than 1.5 million monthly across 26 local services centres.
“We are happy to continue our long partnership with SAP with this expansion in Australia,” said Hans-Petter Mellerud, Zalaris CEO and founder. “Our partnership with SAP and experience in selling SAP SuccessFactors solutions is a testament to our continued commitment to providing our clients with the highest levels of service and support to allow them to achieve their business goals.”
The new authorisation will help Zalaris to deliver business value and drive deeper employee engagement in Australia to new and existing users of SAP SuccessFactors.
Zalaris simplifies HR and payroll administration and empowers customers with useful information to invest more in their people. We are a leading service provider of Human Capital Management (HCM) solutions, serving more than 1.5 million employees monthly with an annual revenue of more than 80 million Euros. We carry over two decades of experience in transforming HR and supporting the creation of sustainable businesses with our clients. Simplify work life. Achieve more. For more information about us, go to zalaris.com.
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