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In choosing to invest in a partnership, you as the reseller are free from any concerns regarding spending your time and resource on research or development. oneHR partnerships are versatile and can be tailored to suit your needs, we don’t believe in umbrella terms; you can add your own branding and identity. Every partner is valued and treated as an individual.
Happy customers will stick with you; together, we can offer customers the services they require as a pre-packaged product that is reassured by your reputation. Customers may look elsewhere if you lack a service they require, a partnership provides a clear and simple path to reach a desired end goal.
Developing a bespoke solution from scratch requires a large amount of resource (financial & human capital) - the process can take months, even years to progress. Going it alone you may also find that the effort derails current internal business processes and budgets. The partnership supports your revenue growth as you have more to offer without losing time or money in development.
From the off we will assist our partners with any demonstration support and collateral they require to promote the addition of oneHR into their existing services. We will then provide unlimited technical helpline support to customers as and when they require it. Our ticketed and telephone helplines provide all who use oneHR with a high level of customer service; we are well aware that customer satisfaction is of up-most importance in retaining clients.
The pricing structure in place invoices you directly on a monthly basis in accordance with how many of your clients are on the system at that time. We keep our pricing structure reasonable as we want to maintain accessibility for businesses of all sizes and industries. We provide all customers with value for their money and as much flexibility as possible for when their business grows.
Both companies will generate revenue with oneHR, this growth is reciprocal to each side of the partnership. It may be cliché but the old phrase “It’s not what you know, but who you know” could not be more apt than in today’s marketplace. Privileges and favours are shared within the partnership, as both parties would pass on any interest from their clients onto the others’ services.