While the pandemic may have shuttered travel, in many ways, the workplace has become more global. The shift to remote working and work from home has now allowed employees to work without consideration for borders and the location of their traditional offices. However, managing a remote workforce has its own complexities from a human resources standpoint. Omnipresent is the SaaS platform that enables companies to tap into a truly global workforce without having to worry about managing the local requirements. The platform focuses on making sure that all employee issues are appropriately handled, compliant with local requirements, whether legal, payroll, tax, or benefits-related. London TechWatch caught up with Co-CEO and Cofounder Matthew Wilson to learn more about how the pandemic impacted the trajectory of the platform, the future of work, and the company’s most recent round of funding from investors that include Episode 1, Playfair Capital, and Truesight Ventures.
There are usually a lot of different parties involved in the negotiation and the creation of a final contract. Juro, the contract management platform, streamlines this process by focusing on all the parties involved including HR, Sales, developers, and legal teams. Juro has helped companies, including Deliveroo’s HR team, with onboarding by disseminating paperwork at record […]
Traditional patent software solutions have been fairly simple, limited to allowing companies to file more patents and check whether an invention is actually new or not. But Aistemos is the analytics company that is taking patent software to the next level through its product called Cipher. Cipher uses AI to identify, classify, and analyse patents […]