Selima Limited, an industry leading supplier of HR and payroll software solutions, has selected the Secura Virtual Private Cloud platform (VPC) to support their rapidly expanding business.
Using their 25 years’ experience in the HR and payroll sector, Selima design and deliver cloud-based software that streamlines, automates and simplifies HR and payroll processes.
They work in partnership with HR and accounts professionals from a huge range of private companies, local authorities, housing associations, schools and universities across the UK, with new users signing-up to the Selima Live application every week.
Their cloud-based ‘Live’ solution provides a fully featured HR and HMRC recognised payroll system as standard, with a clean, simple, online interface accessed via the user’s browser.
In addition to this core functionality, customers can extend their Selima application with extra expenses, staff scheduling and recruitment modules, to create an incredibly powerful and comprehensive system.
The nature of the HR and payroll market demands the very highest levels of security for customer data and the Secura VPC offers private cloud isolation, with the ability to rapidly scale resources up and down when required.
This kind of flexibility and granular control allows Selima to closely match platform resources with the requirements of new customer acquisitions. There is no need to overcommit, as resource levels can be adjusted at any time, making infrastructure costs easy to control and align with revenues.
Secura CEO, Ollie Beaton commented:
Selima produce a fantastic product and are experiencing incredible growth as a result. I’m delighted they have chosen the Secura VPC platform to support their applications and customers. They have some really exciting times ahead and we are very much looking forward to being involved.
For more information on Selima and Selima Live, please visit their website at www.selima.co.uk
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