CIMB introduces all-in-one human resource platform for business customers

CIMB Bank Berhad and CIMB Islamic Bank Berhad has unveiled the solution, offering a convenient all-in-one human resources platform for business customers. Co-hosted by HReasily, a regional digital human resource solutions provider, the cloud based solution has been specifically created and designed with small and medium-sized enterprises (“SMEs”) clients in mind, to ensure a more robust, seamless human resources system., powered by CIMB Bank, is designed to automate and simplify HR tasks ideally suited to the current working-from-home arrangements. The platform offers security and transparency for business owners and employees, including the ability to access and view salary slips as well as leave balances and employee expense reimbursements quickly and on-the-go via mobile or personal computer.
Victor Lee Meng Teck, CEO, Group Commercial Banking, CIMB Group said, “The introduction of, a cloud based all-in-one payroll and HR platform, is timely given the current challenging business climate. In line with one of our Forward23+ main pivots namely, ‘Customer Centricity’, the innovative offering reflects CIMB’s continuous commitment in placing customers at the heart of everything we do whilst supporting SMEs in adapting to the new norm. The proposition will also assist SMEs in digitalising their businesses, ultimately helping them improve productivity and efficiency. We are also happy to note that the platform complements businesses in their sustainability efforts towards reducing paper.” has one of the most competitive rates in the market with a minimum value of RM4 – RM12 monthly and no upfront commitment. CIMB is currently offering a one-month trial on BusinessHR’s Full Suite Package to all businesses, available from October until December 2020.

New and existing CIMB SME customers with a Business Current Account/-i are eligible for an additional month’s fee waived while existing customers who have enrolled for [email protected] payroll solution will receive additional two months’ fee waived to their subscription should they decide to subscribe for BusinessHR’s annual package.


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