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Simple, effective, customizable payroll, leave and expense management for SMEs

Kitikiti HRM - proudly Malaysian

Kitikiti HRM is built for global reach, but we're proud Malaysians at heart

by Usamah Jamaludin

As per the previous post, we're itching to get our hands working on the "auto-localization" feature.

What's that you say?

Kitikiti HRM already seeds generic HRM configuration data upon sign up. Although having an existing pay component type named 'Retirement Plan' seems obvious, but wouldn't it be better if it's 'Social Security', if you're from the States?

Well, we can do you one better. A couple of days and a few commits later - what if we tell you that we can also now seed HRM configuration data, as per your home country? Wouldn't that be awesome? This also aligns perfectly with our goal of global domination reach :P.

You don't really have to tinker much, trying to localize the global, generalized HRM configuration data. Instead, the seeded, localized configuration data is much more 'at home', and you only have to tweak here and there to get it as close as to how you're managing HR policies now in your company.

But of course, small steps. One at a time.

Which country should we localize Kitikiti HRM for first?

That'd be 'our home'. Malaysia.

Malaysia's flag - Jalur Gemilang

So here's how they look like, if you - yes you - Malaysian business owner / HR admin - sign up for Kitikiti HRM.

Familiar Malaysian employee biodata fields

The familiar, Malaysian employee biodata fields.

EPF pay component type sample configuration

EPF pay component type sample configuration. 11% employee's contribution + 12% employer's contribution = 23% out of employee's pay (Basic Salary, Bonus).

Common Malaysian payslip

Ah yes, finally, the typical Malaysian payslip.

Do you have suggestions on what other typical Malaysian HRM policies we should cover? Let us know in the comments!

In the meantime, keep on playing around with Kitikiti HRM. It's free! Configure it to your liking. We will come up with a new post to show the usual steps in configuring Kitikiti HRM. Stay tuned!

Sign up for a free account on Kitikiti HRM!

We will be more than happy to assist you with your company's setup, and we'll also throw in 2 months of free usage!

No credit card required for signup, and no annoying demo appointment to be set. You get to use it immediately upon signup.

Try out Kitikiti HRM at your own pace - and you can always contact us via the support chat widget.

Even if you decide not to use payroll - the leave and expense modules are FREE to use, regardless of the your company size.

Finally, if you have 10 or less employees on payroll - guess what - everything is FREE! We want to grow with you!

Leave carry over

Keep rollin' rollin' rollin'...

by Usamah Jamaludin

Free HRM software subscription for the whole of 2019!

Yup, Santa is back!

by Usamah Jamaludin