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A tHRead of Hope: Local software firm helps businesses bounce back amid COVID-19

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The COVID-19 pandemic has caused major disruptions in industries, triggering an urgent demand to adapt to a new way of doing things and business operations need to rethink and reevaluate processes as they adjust in the wake of the pandemic.

In a move to help businesses bounce back, local tech company Transnational E-Business Solutions Inc. (TESI) recently launched “A tHRead of Hope,” to all businesses who are reopening their operations amidst the pandemic.

“A tHRead of Hope” is a two-month free trial version of tHRead, the company’s HR and payroll platform, which enables businesses to manage their teams easier without any added cost as they navigate through the new normal. Through the trial program, businesses will be given access to the following features:

  • E201 File Management
  • Timekeeping
  • Employee Self-Service
  • Payroll Processing
  • Income and Deduction Monitoring
  • Online Payslips

There is no minimum number of employees required to enjoy these benefits, and after the free trial, customers may choose to upgrade to a paid subscription which allows for a more tailor-fitted solution for the organization. Businesses may choose from an assortment of exclusive add-on features such as eRecruitment and Performance Management depending on their needs. tHRead also includes a collection of tools to help your HR team simplify the hire to retire process. Moreover, tHRead boasts of a mobile version allowing for easy access across various devices regardless of one’s location.

Strengthening One Another

Understanding the challenges brought by the pandemic, tHRead is committed to help businesses, particularly micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) who may find themselves working on a streamlined budget and a leaner team, with a need for simplified HR operations while optimizing existing resources to ensure business continuity.

“The COVID-19 pandemic has drastically affected our ways of working but we are all trying our best to adapt to the new normal. Now more than ever, we should support each other and come out stronger after all this is over,” says Renvi Martinez, president and general manager of TESI.

With years of experience in software development, TESI, a member of the Transnational Diversified Group, has been offering solutions to various industries ranging from ship management, logistics, travel and tourism, to ICT and investments.

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