Technopark Firm's HR Product a Big Hit

Exenta HRMS is a platform that integrates and automates the entire workforce management into a one-stop business information system

Published: 03rd May 2014 09:12 AM  |   Last Updated: 03rd May 2014 09:14 AM   |  A+A-


Right from job offer to evaluation of Key Result Area (KRA), appraisals to settlement of accounts of an employee, a Technopark-incubated company’s product on HR - Exenta HRMS - is finding many takers with the company giving the big competitors in the market a run for their money.

 Started in December 2006 as a start-up with five employees, the Extolution Software Private Limited (ESPL) shifted its focus to product development by 2009 and last year came out with its product Exenta, a platform that integrates and automates the entire workforce management into a one-stop business information system. “The response to our product was overwhelming. We were able to sign contracts with as many as 40-odd clients in a short period that includes major clients like Pricol, NRI Fintech (Indian branch of Nomura), ESQ, Nippon Toyota, Emerson, Daemon Pvt Ltd, Inclen Trust International and Kumaran Automobiles,” said Joe Winston, chairman and managing director, ESPL.

 With 140 employees in his team now, the company is now on an hiring spree after the success of its product and also planning to open its overseas office at Dubai. “We have started hiring and we are in the process of adding another 400 people in another year. We will be opening our branches at Chennai, Bangalore, Mumbai and Delhi for aggressive marketing of our product. Since we have competitors like  Ramco HRM, SAP Success Factors and Oracle Taleo, we are giving thrust to marketing,” said Winston. 


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