Why this M’sian HR management system is trusted by 1.5k companies, including CTOS & A&W

why this m’sian hr management system is trusted by 1.5k companies, including ctos & a&w

Why this M’sian HR management system is trusted by 1.5k companies, including CTOS & A&W

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You don’t have to be a HR professional to know that many HR processes can be quite finnicky and even inefficient at times.

Someone who knew this well was Bryan Un, who did happen to work with HR professionals. He noticed how many struggled with administrative tasks, especially during peak times like end-of-month payroll processing.

Wanting to improve their jobs and revolutionise HR management as a whole, he founded Rymnet Solutions (Rymnet) in 2011.

Since then, the company has been pioneering HR Management (HRM) Cloud and Mobile Solutions in Malaysia, helping businesses digitalise their HR operations.

A whole suite of various solutions

So, how exactly are they doing that?

why this m’sian hr management system is trusted by 1.5k companies, including ctos & a&w

Bryan Un / Image Credit: Rymnet

Well, Rymnet covers a variety of different services, dedicated to developing and integrating all components of the HR ecosystem.

Their solutions ensure seamless functionality across tasks like recruitment, onboarding, performance management, training, payroll, and employee engagement.

Some standout solutions include Rymnet’s Smart Payroll Tracker, which the team believes is a revolutionary tool designed to streamline payroll processing for HR users.

“Its innovation lies in its ability to automatically detect errors in payroll calculations, reducing the risk of mistakes that could result in costly penalties for the company,” the team explained to Vulcan Post.

This feature not only saves time but also ensures accuracy and compliance with regulations, providing peace of mind to HR professionals and company stakeholders.

why this m’sian hr management system is trusted by 1.5k companies, including ctos & a&w

Bryan Un, Jeff Tan, and Wong Yen Paul / Image Credit: Rymnet

Rymnet’s flagship product is the Digitalization HRMS, which offers instant, real-time access to data.

The team elaborated, “For example, for HR to track lateness of the day, they can track the attendance in real-time, unlike other competitors’ system, which have a ‘cut-off time’ for data-viewing or require separate downloads.”

Rymnet also has ISO 27001 and SOC 2 Type 2 certifications, which are recognised standards for information security. They build trust by ensuring organisations adhere to stringent security practices through independent audits.

Tried and true

Yes, Rymnet offers a whole range of solutions that help streamline HR processes. But don’t just take it from us. Rather, what do their clients think?

That’s something they certainly aren’t short on. According to a press release, they are servicing 1,500 organisations from various industries, particularly in retail and F&B.

why this m’sian hr management system is trusted by 1.5k companies, including ctos & a&w

Image Credit: Rymnet

Amongst those clients include notable names such as CTOS and A&W.

The former shared that Rymnet’s solutions were able to improve their process time cycle by 20% while increasing team productivity by 30%.

Meanwhile, A&W’s representative said they maintained their HR headcount at three pax to manage a payroll from an initial 600 employees to 1,000 employees.

Aside from big corporations though, Rymnet also launched something called Rymbee to cater to SMEs.

Rymbee features only five modules: employee profile, payroll, leave, claim, and attendance.

This user-friendly platform is offered at an affordable price to cater to the growing number of SMEs in Malaysia. As a self-setup HR software, it allows SME owners to instantly purchase and utilise it.

While Rymnet’s pricing varies according to company headcount and specific requirements, Rymbee comes at a fixed pricing formula.

Staying ahead of the curve

Of course, Rymnet isn’t the only HRM system out there serving companies in Malaysia.

Yet, the team believes that their brand stands out for a number of reasons. For one, there’s their innovative solutions that cater to the specific needs of Malaysian businesses.

Furthermore, the brand has established itself as an early adopter of cloud and mobile technology. In fact, it claims to be the first to establish HRM cloud mobile solutions in Malaysia, making them a pioneer in the scene.

And with a team boasting over 30 years of experience in HRM systems, Rymnet is able to leverage a wealth of expertise and industry knowledge.

To sustain this momentum in the coming years, Rymnet plans to continue innovating its product offerings. For one, it aims to use AI to in its HR solutions, such as for screening resumes.

Currently present in Singapore, Philippines, Indonesia, and Brunei, Rymnet Solutions is rapidly expanding its business operations in the APAC region particularly in Vietnam, Thailand and Hong Kong.

The company also told Vulcan Post that it will expand its presence by penetrating new industry sectors and geographical regions, like manufacturing, financial institutions, and conglomerate industries.

why this m’sian hr management system is trusted by 1.5k companies, including ctos & a&w

Image Credit: Rymnet

Creating a uniform solution for diverse industries has been a challenge, but Rymnet was able to tackle this challenge by adopting a modular approach to solution design, allowing for customisation and scalability.

In the long term, Rymnet hopes to become the number one HR solution provider in Southeast Asia, maintaining a focus on the retail industry.

“Rymnet will replicate the successful sales process and system requirements that have proven effective in the retail industry across other sectors within Southeast Asia,” the team shared.

Featured Image Credit: Rymnet

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