TLcom Capital led the troop of venture capitalists to complete SeamlessHR Series A deal with $10m. The Nigerian startup company offers human resources and payroll management as a service via its custom cloud-based technology. SeamlessHR is added to the list of African top-notch startups integrating cloud computing technologies with real-time management.
SeamlessHR revealed its million-dollar worth of resources will finance developing its management platform with high-end technology. The cloudHR snd payroll startup intends to integrate SeamlessHR with more high-end technology such as artificial intelligence and install analytic algorithms to compute HR data with cloud connectivity and storage.
SeamlessHR development initiative depends on the newly acquired Series A funds. For contrast, the cloud-based human resources platform set to introduce its SeamlessHR to Africa’s market as a soluble management platform. The cloudHR startup targets Eastern and Southern regions in Africa, such as South Africa and Kenya.
SeamlessHR CEO also acknowledged TLcom offering as the most compared to other capitalist investors, including Lateral Frontier Ventures, Ingressive Capital, Enza Capital, Capria Venture, etc
By the time SeamlessHR’s futuristic development agenda is due, Nigeria will not be the only country available to experience soluble cloudHR and payroll technology fused with other intelligent analytic features, per SeamlessHR CEO, Dr. Emmanuel Okeleji.
On the other hand, TLcom adds SeamlessHR to its list of investments — the capitalist investor have reportedly influenced Africa’s digital economy with hundreds of million dollars invested in startup companies. Africa’s digital market is currently worth $14 2bn with a greater possibility to attain more revenue income.
The African digital marketing emerges with equipped resources — SeamlessHR deploys more technology with its brand to create soluble workflow management systems for employers backed with E2E cloud-based technology