Kingdom Group has joined in partnership with HR, payroll and talent experts, MHR, prioritise its employee and wider business needs using leading cloud-based solution, iTrent.
Providing services across East Central Scotland, Kingdom Group will be using iTrent combined with SAP Business Objects to better engage and drive performance of almost 500 employees, whilst amplifying critical workforce insight across the organisation.
Nick Pollard, Director of Corporate Support Services at Kingdom comments: “Kingdom went through a rigorous public procurement process which sought to secure a best of breed, cloud-based, integrated HR and payroll solution. Kingdom is very pleased as a result, to be working with MHR, and is looking forward to the implementation of iTrent. Not to mention the delivery of employee self service, improved efficiency of data recording and management information along with payroll processing, online recruitment, employee on boarding, plus much more besides.”
Anton Roe, CEO at MHR comments: “MHR already supports a large number of UK housing associations totalling 70,000 employees, and we are delighted to welcome Kingdom Group on board. They have selected an all-encompassing Cloud iTrent solution covering everything from recruitment, through to performance management, HR, payroll and mobile self-service, so we look forward to helping them drive maximum business impact from our tech, now and in the future”.
Kingdom Housing Association (“KHA”) is a Registered Social Landlord and Scottish Charity. KHA owns, manages and maintains more than 4,000 homes for affordable rent operating across the Fife and Central East of Scotland areas. KHA ha an active development programme to build more than 2,000 new homes over the next 5 years. It is the parent company within the Kingdom Group and has 2 subsidiary organisations
Kingdom Initiatives Limited (“KI”) is a non-charitable company which provides further opportunities to support and contribute to the work of KHA. The role of KI is to carry out activities which complement the objectives of Kingdom but which KHA, itself, cannot undertake by virtue of its charitable status. Its current activities include: ownership and management of rented stock; management and maintenance of leased Mid Market Rented (MMR) stock and development of housing for MMR and sale
Kingdom Support and Care CIC (“KSC”) is a Community Interest Company providing a comprehensive support and care, helping people to live independently in the community. It supports around 260 people throughout Fife and Falkirk, providing high quality and personalised support and care designed to meet individual needs and desired outcomes. It was created to ensure that the care and support services previously provided by KHA, continued to be delivered in the most effective way and to increase the viability of the service in the longer term. It became operational from 1 April 2017.