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Microimage to showcase best in HR technology and services

Microimage will showcase its human resource technology innovations at a HCM Connect event to be held next month at the Colombo Hilton, the company said. This annual event, targeted towards the corporate sector, will showcase some of the new innovations of Microimage together with a few exciting sessions featuring clients and partners.

Harsha Purasinghe, CEO of Microimage said, “We are very excited to have our inaugural Human Resource technology and services showcase themed HCM Connect 2012. HCM Connect will unveil some of the enhancements/updates to our HCM suite and also some of the new work we did together with partners over the past year.”

Microimage will unveil a number of new human resource modules developed together with its partners at this event. The company now builds and extends the service offering together with focused partners in the HR space sharing the same passion of providing best human capital management tools and services.

Microimage embarked on HRIS software back in 2001 by introducing the 1st ever 100% web based product to the Sri Lankan market and has now evolved into one of the leading HCM technology providers in the region with a large established multi sector client base.

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