HROnboard is taking its first steps to becoming Australia’s next international startup.
Since launching in January 2013 we’ve grown to almost 60 customers in Australia. Having developed our business model and refined our software, it’s now time to to fulfil our mission of being the worlds number one employee onboarding platform.
The latest release of HROnboard (Fantales) now includes (amongst other great features) multi-language and US federal hiring forms (I-9 and W-4).
Not only can we now work with more amazing companies around the world, it also means multi-nationals have the ability to use a single platform for managing new hires across multiple countries.
We’ve completed our first language pack Spanish and expect to roll out more language and country form packs in the future.
To date we’ve been bootstrapped, funded from our sister company, Navigo. Taking our product to the world on a smaller budget means the traditional enterprise software go to market approach doesn’t work. Plus, we’ve never liked doing things the boring, traditional way…
That’s why we’re focussed on working with partners in different countries, including Recruitment/Payroll vendors, RPO’s and solution re-sellers.
Part of the shift in going global is mental! We’ve always had the technical capability to go international, it’s more a change in mindset than a change in code.
Attending the two largest HR Tech shows in the world exposes us to potential investors, partners, customers and gives us a better understanding of the challenges companies are facing in the onboarding, induction and offboarding spaces.
Attendees of the conferences will be able to experience HROnboard firsthand from the candidate’s perspective during the exhibitions.
I’m excited (and a little bit nervous), but we have a great team and product and I’m confident we can be competitive on an international stage.
Be sure to follow us on twitter for live updates during our international shows.
HROnboard is utilising the Australian Government export market development grant to subsidise the costs of attending the overseas conferences.