CloudSense Services and Sage People join forces with compelling value proposition for the HR market

Charlotte Nicol
Published on 15th January 2015
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Sage People, one of the fastest growing providers of global, cloud-based human resource management system (HRMS) software has announced a partnership agreement with CloudSense Services, an international cloud technology company.

Under the terms of the agreement, CloudSense Services will provide implementation expertise and systems integration services to Sage People, to help the HR solutions provider meet the rapidly growing demand from international mid-size businesses experiencing workforce growth and expansion.

Adam Savage, Sales Director, CloudSense, said: “We are delighted to be working with a forward-thinking and agile SaaS HR software provider like Sage People that is committed to a customer driven approach and to the proactive development of its partner ecosystem. We are looking forward to collaborating with them in the HR market, developing new opportunities for our products and services.”

Adam Hale, CEO, Sage People said: “This is a partnership based on complementary skillsets, offering our customers greater choice and flexibility when it comes to deploying Sage People. Combining our innovative and leading capabilities in HRMS, with CloudSense’s skills and expertise in implementing and integrating systems, customers can be up and running in weeks, with faster rollout and shorter time to benefit than with competitive products.”

About CloudSense

CloudSense is an innovative cloud technology company, providing products and services to enable businesses to drive digital transformation.

Its people and platforms enable businesses to sell consistently, deliver intimate customer experience and revolutionize the way businesses build relationships with and sell to their customers. Through digitisation, the cloud and mobile, CloudSense drives faster-time-to-market and manages the customer lifecycle across industries that are defined by keeping one step of the competition.

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