Hela Apparel Holdings transforms HR operations

22 January, 2023

MiHCM, a global HR technology provider, successfully implemented MiHCM Cloud across the global manufacturing facilities of the Hela Group in Sri Lanka, Ethiopia, and Egypt.

The program was launched to digitise its HR operations and increase employee efficiency, productivity, overall engagement, and further improve access to workforce insights. Hela is currently rolling out the MiHCM Cloud at their manufacturing facility in Kenya, with the digital solution set to go live in June 2023.

“It was indeed a remarkable accomplishment for the MiHCM and Hela teams to transform their legacy HR systems to MiHCM Cloud across their global landscape. The clear vision set by the Group CIPO and CPO to build a strong digital core integrating enterprise systems is commendable.

We look forward to continuously adding value to the implemented platform with our analytics and employee engagement apps to ensure that Hela as an organisation can accomplish its set objectives of operating efficiently while maintaining greater engagement with its workforce,” said  CEO of MiHCM, Harsha Purasinghe.

MiHCM runs on the Microsoft Azure Cloud platform and will be tightly integrated with Hela›s recently rolled-out SAP S/4HANA® platform. Hela will be steered by MiHCM in managing the employee lifecycle, from recruitment to retirement, covering both operational and strategic HR.

Chief Information and Process Officer of Hela Apparel Holdings,  Ruwanthi Fernando said, “Hela is on a journey towards digitalisation, which we believe will be crucial in preparing us to face the challenging times ahead successfully. The partnership with MiHCM is another step forward in terms of digitalising our HR processes for heightened efficiency and productivity.

“With this implementation, Hela employees will use a face recognition feature to check-in and check- out of work through a digital kiosk, which is also accessible via the mobile app,” she said. Chief People Officer of Hela Apparel Holdings, Kaushala Prematilake said, “With over 20,000 employees across the globe, it is extremely important for us to be able to have all employee-related functions under one platform”.

– Sunday Observer Sri Lanka

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