HR3 is working on a new look. Here’s what to expect.
Being a part of ASX-listed company ReadyTech brings with it many advantages for HR3, including an enhanced ability to evolve with our customers as they grow.
One small change we’re working on is a new look. Soon, we’ll be refining the HR3 brand to better reflect the connection we have with ReadyTech.
Same product. Same service. Fresh look.
HR3 has been trusted for over 30 years to deliver the premium payroll technology our customers need to manage the complexity of their employee payments. Today, our customers across Australia process over $7 billion in payroll every year.
However, that means never standing still. The release of our fresh look will include changes to the HR3 logo, our website and other communications you receive. We hope these changes reflect HR3’s ongoing commitment to innovation and service and ReadyTech’s vision of helping customers prepare for the future of work.
What does this mean for you?
Nothing is changing for our customers in terms of HR3’s product, team or service. We just wanted to make sure you were in the know well ahead of time.
However, we truly hope you love the changes we make. We’re as passionate about payroll as you are and we look forward to working with you long into the future.
If you want to find out more about our brand refresh, visit us at the AHRI National Convention and Exhibition in Brisbane or visit theReadyTech website to learn more about us.
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