The next big thing which will transform the HR experience in coming days
Mumbai, December 07, 2016: PeopleStrong, India’s leading human resource solutions and human resource technology company today launched chatbot “Jinie” in its day long annual product conclave today.
Jinie is the first HR Chatbot from India, which aims to shift HR from a transactional interface with employees to a conversational interface which is much for engaging and impactful. It is like an employee’s personal worklife assistant who can help in solving any HR related query. Be it completing employee data, applying leaves or managing any kind of employee transactions – Jinie is there for an employee every time. Through this chatbot HR will be able to provide the next level of experience to its employees.
Jinie resides inside Alt messenger a conversational platform by PeopleStrong a simple, smart and secure method to conduct contextual conversations amongst teams/natural groups. Through this platform, employees can connect with their natural groups and can have live conversations while retaining the sanctity and security of employee data. Today most of these conversations happen through open messengers like Whatsapp/ Facebook. Though organizations are very particular about the level of security needed in enterprise systems, but somehow they are unable to control the kind of data that goes public (right from sales data to employee data) through Whatsapp chats. Alt messenger aims to solve this problem through encryption while providing the ease of communication to all its users.
Pankaj Bansal, Co-founder and CEO at PeopleStrong said, “This is a great year for HR technology and the launch of HR chatbots will bring employees to the center stage. We are happy to announce the launch of India’s first HR chatbot which will eventually have a stronghold in enterprises as they move ahead in the digital HR journey. It will prove to be the biggest advantage for the enterprise as it will be available virtually 24/7, giving employees on the field instant access to transactions and HR data, regardless of location or time zone.”
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