BEE Manager re-signs for HR Indaba Africa 2019


BEE Manager provides software that boosts the efficiency of various B-BBEE processes and capabilities.

BEE Manager, a provider of software built to provide its users with the tools required to execute successful B-BBEE programmes, has signed up for the second ever HR Indaba, which will be held at the Sandton Convention Centre on 16 & 17 October 2019. From detailed scorecard planning to verification management, BEE Manager accommodates the management of data, documentation, score, time and budget.

In support of organisations’ B-BBEE programmes, BEE Manager provides free system training and support and hosts regular knowledge network workshops and events. Furthermore BEE Manager ensures that their clients’ data security and privacy is at its optimum as their data centres are equipped with state-of-the-art software and hardware, which ensures data is transmitted via an encrypted channel and can only be accessed via their secure online portal.

With a slogan that says “Our technology, your transformation,” BEE Manager’s mission is simple: to support those responsible for transformation with meaningful, easy-to-use tools and skills to achieve their B-BBEE goals. From its user interface to its pricing structure, BEE Manager was consistently developed with the end-user front-of-mind. Empowerment starts with the support of those tasked with executing transformation and their development team commits itself daily to the task of uncovering and enhancing tools within BEE Manager to scale transformation competencies and efficiencies. 

As a partner, BEE Manager will have an exhibition stand at the HR Indaba, which will be the largest of its kind in South Africa. It will give HR professionals an opportunity to learn everything they need to know about the latest HR technology, HR strategy, company culture, labour laws, recruitment, employee engagement and HR leadership. It will also bring together thousands of colleagues, suppliers, platforms, universities, specialists, recruitment agencies, CHROs and thought leaders.


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