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PayrollHero In the Philippines Now Has Scrumptious Clients On Board

Philippine payroll startup, PayrollHero, has recently taken on new clients who will be using PayrollHero to aid in team management and streamline HR processes. The service allows employers to register their workers’ video biometric data and facial recognition, letting employees clock in and clock out using their own devices.

Over 40 branches of Krispy Kreme in the Philippines will use PayrollHero’s time, attendance, scheduling, human resource information system, analytics, and payroll services. In addition to Krispy Kreme, BreadTalk and Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf in Brunei and East Malaysia have also registered for the platform.

PayrollHero founder Stephen Jagger explains the reasoning behind the market emphasis, saying “we wanted to focus on a tight niche so that we could work to be amazing at something small, instead of trying to be everything to everyone. Krispy Kreme is a multi-location food and beverage company that fits perfectly into our feature set. Much of our platform works very well in this space, for example, the ability to have multiple worksites, the ability for store managers to resolve attendance infractions in real time, our analytics platform that includes weather and commute distance”.

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