Two technology names in the compliance space now are within the same organization.
On Tuesday, KPA, a software-as-a-service and services provider for compliance and workforce management solutions, announced its acquisition of Compli, a provider of HR business process automation solutions.
A news release did not contain details about financial terms of the transaction.
The company did note this transaction accelerates KPA’s strategy of delivering a compliance, workforce management and business process automation platform to the middle market.
Compli’s software can reduce the cost and complexity of HR and compliance management processes by automating document training and forms routing, completion and collection while providing visibility through real-time reporting and intuitive dashboards.
Compli’s software can help organizations meet workforce corporate compliance demands by automating and integrating policy review and acceptance, online training and forms completion.
Combining Compli’s capabilities with KPA’s Human Resource Information System (HRIS), Applicant Tracking System (ATS), training and on-demand HR advice enhances KPA’s strategy to expand its comprehensive human capital management solution for small and middle market companies.
“People are a company’s greatest asset but also the source of significant expense and potential risk. It’s critical for high-performance companies to optimize their workforce efficiency and manage risk through effective recruiting, onboarding, training and performance management,” said Vane Clayton, chief executive officer of KPA.
“KPA’s current ATS, HRIS, online training and HR knowledge resources combined with Compli’s highly complementary workflow software provides the tools and expertise needed to streamline workforce management and reduce HR compliance risk across the entire organization,” Clayton went on to say.