Namely Bags The Number One HR Software Title In Newsweek’s Best Business Tools 2019

A Clear Winner out of Thousands of Other HR Software Platforms!

Namely, the leading Human Resources platform that serves mid-sized organizations was recently ranked number one in the HR software category on Newsweek’s Best Business Tools of 2019 list. The national product survey saw Namely outperforming every other HR software platform in the league. Over 10,000 professional users of software and software service providers were surveyed by Newsweek to come up with the list of Best Business Tools 2019.

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One Platform for Reliability, Trust, Efficiency, and Security

Participants of the survey were asked questions about their readiness to recommend various software providers and to rate them in categories of reliability, trust, security, improvement, service promise, and satisfaction. Namely came out on top of all other HR software platforms by scoring 83.4 out of 100, leading the category by being the only company to score over 80 points. The results indicate the supremacy of Namely in terms of providing an all-in-one HR management software that allows HR teams to become a source of employee empowerment. It has proved that the platform is the best tool for HR members and employees, all alike.

Namely is one of the very few HR platforms that all employees love to use. It can handle various important functionalities of an organization with ease including HR, time management, payroll management, benefits, and what not! Larry Dunivan, CEO of Namely said, “We’re delighted to be featured as the industry leader in Newsweek’s Best Business Tools of 2019 survey. It’s a testament to what we’ve been able to build so far. We remain committed to providing our clients with a best-in-class HR solution that drives people strategy and ultimately business success.”

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Namely focuses on creating a culture of employee engagement and attempts to free up as much time and effort possible by taking care of repetitive tasks in order to let employees concentrate on core tasks. The platform even offers world-class account support. That is the reason the company has managed to serve over 1300 clients globally having around 250,000 employees in total.

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