Expert Sage People Consultants

Established in 2012 we bring order to complexity, and thrive on sharing the efficiencies that technology can bring to your people processes. We work globally helping international companies employing between 250 and 10 000 employees with their HR technology requirements from our head-office in England, United Kingdom.

As the first Sage People preferred partner in the UK we empower mid-sized  organisations to get the most from their  Sage People technology investment so they can enjoy efficient people processes, workforce visibility, and a great employee experience.

Our Focus is your Success

Our dedicated team of worldwide HR process and system experts ensure you get the most from your Sage People investment.  Uniquely, we combine real world international HR experience with in-depth technology expertise to audit, design and refine processes, as well as to select and to implement HR technology solutions across the across the world.

Our proven services will drive your business forward, they include:

  • HR technology sourcing and selection
  • HR process audits and reviews
  • Client side HRIS implementations
  • Project management
  • HR outsourcing (contracts, recruitment, policies)
  • Sage People training
  • Managed support services for Sage People
  • Sage People implementations and integrations
  • Sage People software sales

Bringing out the Best in your People

As proven experts, we can help you realise the benefits of efficient people processes and a properly deployed HR technology solution.  In addition, you enjoy the peace of mind, knowing that you have a trusted support partner guiding to ensure pitfalls are avoided.

To find out how we can help your business call us for an informal chat +44(0)1908 030360 or complete the form below and we will be in touch.

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