For SaaS companies

More and more people are looking towards SaaS and tech for all kinds of processes. This means that you will be able to scale enormously in the coming years, and that includes a fast-growing team. Ideally, you would like to keep track of the inflow of data in one platform that offers overview and structure. But is your HR as digital as your company?

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Emailing back and forth to plan leave is not for you. Keeping track of it in Excel is even less so. Process wage data via a clear calendar overview and an approval flow within the same tool.

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You'd rather invest time lost searching for fragmented data into planninng real strategy. Store and manage personal data, documents and assets in one digital archive.

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You'd rather not enter the mountain of data that new employees bring with them manually. Automate your onboarding with a fixed checklist so that you always go through the process in time and in full.

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"What I love is the flexibility of the product. I can configure it the way I want, according to the needs of each country."

Enora Herbillon, International HR manager

International HR-manager
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Offer autonomy to employees

Officient also helps portray the right image to your employees. As digital experts, they value apps that make it easier and more pleasant for them to perform tasks themselves, including HR tasks.

  • Days off requests
  • Download payslips
  • Customise your own data
  • Upload documents

Link your existing HR tools

Finally, to complete the package, we integrate with your favourite HR and payroll tools. New talent recruited via Recruitee? Then that data automatically arrives in Officient. Want to send in performance data at the end of the month? One click and all data is sent to your social secretariat.

Thanks to our open API, you can also connect other tools of your choice to our app.

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