While some global companies are looking to put up offices in Singapore, Rolling Arrays, a Singapore-based HR specialist, shares its plans to expand its business in the ANZ and greater Asian region.
Rolling Arrays announced that it would put its priorities for strategic growth on markets in Australia, New Zealand, and greater some Asian markets. And they plan to do it by leveraging SAP SuccessFactors.
SuccessFactors was acquired by SAP in 2012 for $3.4 billion. It delivers human capital management (HCM) software. At present, it has a user base of more than 120 million and services over 7,000 customers.
Channel Asia shared an interview with Manu Khetan, the founder and CEO of Rolling Arrays. Khetan shared that their priority for this year is to expand further into new markets.
In his statement, he said:
“…we intend to continue establishing that we are the de facto leader in HR transformation being a true SuccessFactors implementation provider.”
He added that the company’s years of expertise and a stable customer base built the foundation for its goals to capitalise their reputation as an early mover in the industry as well as having a reputation in the field of HR tech transformation.
Khetan further emphasised how SuccessFactors is being adopted by customers driving the company to make sure that customers are getting the best value for their business. He also noted that as customer behaviour patterns change, software-as-a-service (SaaS) solutions are becoming more preferred over bespoke and on-premise software.
Rolling Arrays built its partnership with SAP in 2010, which kick-started its decade of experience in delivering consultation and implementation services for human resources. They have an impressive track record for delivering more than 150 HR transformation projects for over 75 blue-chip customers in Asia.
Khetan credited their experience to the company’s openness to small or big projects, helping them solve problems before they start an RFP or RFI process by getting to the “heart of the business needs.”
Additionally, Khetan talked about how businesses used to adopt HR technology after making investments for finance, procurement or supply chain solutions; however, they have seen companies put more focus on human capital by investing in HR solutions and services.
This 2020, Khetan said that customers now want HR solutions that are accessible, efficient, and simple. These experiences can be delivered with the help of technologies such as AI, chatbots, and machine learning.
Lastly, Khetan said that transforming HR will be met with challenges such as changes to the economy, industry, and statutory compliances. Also, other factors that may impact the transformation process are the diversity of cultures, dynamic employee demography, and globalisation.