PROVO, Utah--(BUSINESS WIRE)--BambooHR (www.bamboohr.com), the leading online HR software provider for small and medium businesses (SMBs), today announced the recent signings of high-profile companies that include SoundCloud, Lyft and Fitbit, among many others.
“We are thrilled to work with our newly announced clients,” said Ben Peterson, CEO and co-founder of BambooHR. “Our goal with clients is to relieve HR headaches and provide a streamlined approach to HR tasks. We want to take the focus off paperwork and free up HR managers to invest their time in building and maintaining a great workforce. We hope to have long-lasting relationships with these clients to build on BambooHR's mounting success in streamlining back office HR functions for SMBs.”
New clients include:
- SoundCloud (http://www.soundcloud.com) is a leading audio platform that gives users unprecedented access to the world’s largest community of music & audio creators.
- Lyft (http://www.lyft.me) is a ride-sharing program that provides commuters with less expensive and more social ways to get around. Users log into the app, specify where they are heading, and a background-checked driver picks them up for less than a typical cab ride.
- Fitbit (http://www.fitbit.com) creates wearable products, embedded with sensors and wireless technology that empower and inspire users to live healthier and more active lives.
Other recent new BambooHR clients include Service Boss, WANdisco, Simply Measured, Tango, Vungle, LiveRail, MyFitnessPal, Crossfit and Wikia. They join BambooHR’s existing client portfolio that includes prominent companies like Pinterest, Fab, Freshbooks, Klout and Squarespace, among hundreds of others in 70 countries worldwide.
For more information, visit bamboohr.com.
BambooHR is the leading Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) company provider of online HR Software for small and medium businesses that have outgrown spreadsheets. BambooHR’s cloud-based system is an intuitive, affordable way for growing companies to track and manage essential employee information in a personalized Human Resources Information System (HRIS). Now HR managers have more time for meaningful work, executives get accurate, timely reports and employees can self-service their time off, using a convenient mobile app.