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Zuman Launches Premium HR Solution for People Operations

The competition for top talent for growing companies with high-value employees requires that human resource departments depart from traditional 20th century principles of compliance and risk avoidance to become more employee-centric. In order to attract and retain key talent, companies are realizing they are not equipped with the proper tools or resources to meet the needs of today’s workforce. To address this problem, Zuman today announced the availability of its premium human resources solution for people operations.

Started by founding executives from TriNet (NYSE:TNET), Zuman delivers powerful people operations from the cloud for growing companies to access payroll, benefits, analytics, self-service capabilities and HR experts on demand, easily from one data set and one partner.

“Businesses are finding quickly that old-school HR models developed around compliance and risk avoidance won’t cut it moving forward. Many, such as Google and Facebook, have moved to a people operations model, prioritizing the employee as the main customer of HR and delivering innovative products to their workforce,” said Doug Devlin, founder and CEO of Zuman.

Zuman also announced a partnership with BitPay that will enable Zuman to offer the first HR cloud solution allowing businesses the option to pay employees in Bitcoin.

“Today’s workforce expects mobility, speed and fresh-looking interfaces in all aspects of interaction with their employers. We are thrilled to now empower small- and mid-size businesses with the HR tools that meet the needs of the changing workforce,” Devlin said.

Zuman HR Solution Details

Zuman provides a unified HR system for payroll, benefits, and talent management that simplifies operations for small- to mid-size businesses. Combining software with services delivered by credentialed experts, Zuman provides automation and expertise that frees up employees to focus on their organization’s business while ensuring that HR services are provided and compliance requirements are met with speed, accuracy and visibility.

Available now, Zuman delivers a mobile first, Software-as-a-Service solution that includes:

  • A Single System of Record: Offering one version of the truth, Zuman provides a simplified system of record that unifies payroll, benefits and HR together in one instance so real-time changes are reflected immediately.
  • Manager and Employee Self-Service: Zuman lets employees manage their data while powerful workflow gives managers the ability to make changes to salaries, bonuses, commissions, PTO approvals more easily.
  • Company-Branded Portals: Built from the ground up around a cloud-based architecture and native iOS and Android apps, Zuman allows companies to customize interfaces that project the look and feel of the company’s brand.
  • Enterprise-Level Analytics with Small-Company Ease: Zuman gives companies the ability to analyze key data, such as open positions, org charts, vacancies, turnover and other metrics, providing invaluable visibility into all employee information.

About Zuman

Zuman provides the premium HR solution unifying HCM for payroll, benefits and talent management delivering superior control, lower risk and enhanced employee engagement for growing companies. Based in Pleasanton, California, Zuman was founded in 2013 by a team that worked together for over a decade as key members of the executive team at TriNet.

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