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ZingHR bags ISV Partner of the Year Award at the Microsoft Partner Summit 2016

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Mumbai: ZingHR, the new age cloud HCM Platform, has received the ‘ISV Partner of the Year’ Award at the Microsoft Summit 2016, organized in Goa. Microsoft recognized ZingHR for its innovation in technology and providing cloud based HRMS solutions to its customers, powered by Microsoft Azure.  The rapid pace of customer acquisition and similar speed in adopting cutting-edge technologies including Machine Learning was attributed as the clincher.

ZingHR was honored for the excellence showcased in powering Indian and global enterprise organizations and transforming businesses across industries with its mobile, cloud and unified messaging platforms. It is one of the most powerful human resource management system softwares managing over 5,00,000 employees, across 400+ global clients. ZingHR executes over 1.25 million transactions every single day on its Global Azure platform.

Commenting on this, Mr  Prasad Rajappan, Founder and CEO, ZingHR said, “We are delighted to receive this esteemed title by Microsoft that motivates us further in our pursuit to drive innovation and excellence in building business-centric products.”

ZingHR was founded by Mr. Prasad Rajappan in 2014. In a short span of time, ZingHR has emerged as the best-in-class next generation mobile-first, employee-centric cloud HCM platform. ZingHR has established its presence across the globe, with offices in India, Australia, Singapore, UAE, and Sri Lanka.

ZingHR is a partner with Microsoft Azure. It has been recognized for its fast growth in the IT sector. Recent achievements include NASSCOM EMERGE Fastest 50 Winners, Deloitte Technology Fast 50 and Intech 50 finalist.

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