NelsonHall Names Neeyamo a Leader in the Annual NEAT Evaluation for Payroll Services 2021

Neeyamo Inc | May 11, 2021

NelsonHall Names Neeyamo a Leader in the Annual NEAT Evaluation for Payroll Services 2021
Neeyamo Inc., a market chief in giving stage-based worldwide finance and HR answers for multinationals has been situated as an 'Innovator' in NelsonHall Vendor Evaluation and Assessment Tool (NEAT) for the year 2021. Neeyamo has gotten this acknowledgment across multi-country capacity, advanced finance ability, and APAC presence and ability. The report investigates and gauges a few driving worldwide finance suppliers across the world.

Slick assesses the exhibition of merchants offering financial benefits and permits key sourcing supervisors to evaluate seller ability across a wide scope of models and business conditions. With this instrument, associations can distinguish the best performing merchants with generally speaking computerized finance ability, and with explicit capacity in multi-country finance and the Asia Pacific district. Neeyamo has been recognized as a 'Pioneer' across every one of the three abilities.

Remarking on this acknowledgment, Samuel Isaac - Senior Vice President at Neeyamo said, "We are glad to have been situated as a Leader in NelsonHall's yearly NEAT assessment for finance administrations. We consider this to be another declaration to the capacities of Neeyamo's driving edge worldwide finance arrangement. With this achievement accomplished, Neeyamo will keep on making key interests in arising innovation and advancement to meet the rising multicountry finance requests of worldwide associations."

Pete Tiliakos, HR Technology and Services Research Director at NelsonHall, said: "Neeyamo has again been named a Leader for its proceeded with responsibility in supporting the financial needs and long-tail impressions of global firms through its innovation empowered arrangement. Its concentration and speculations have delivered perhaps the most thorough exclusive finance innovation stages in the commercial center, upheld by an actual presence across 80 nations and every single significant geology."

About Neeyamo

Neeyamo is the main stage put together HR arrangements supplier centered concerning conveying worldwide HR and finance administrations to global associations with tasks across a long-tail of nations. With a broad group of experts serving customers across 190+ nations, Neeyamo uses its extraordinary assistance-based model and usefulness-rich, cutting edge arrangement of HR items to help associations empower nimble and versatile businesses. Neeyamo imagines remaining at the front line of reforming the worldwide HR environment and meet market-explicit prerequisites including Global Payroll, Benefits, Workforce Administration, Background Screening, and Employee Helpdesk.

About NelsonHall

NelsonHall is the main worldwide investigator firm committed to assisting associations with comprehension of the 'specialty of the conceivable' in advanced tasks change. With experts in the U.S., U.K., and Continental Europe, NelsonHall gives purchase side associations itemized, basic data on business sectors and sellers (counting NEAT evaluations) that assists them with settling on quick and profoundly educated sourcing choices. What's more, for merchants, NelsonHall gives profound information on market elements and client necessities to help them sharpen their go-to-showcase procedures. NelsonHall's exploration depends on thorough, essential examination, and is generally regarded for the quality, profundity, and understanding of its investigation.


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