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

Up... up... and away! Kitikiti HRM soft launch!

Payroll-focused cloud HRM software with leave and expense modules. Free from now till January 2018

by Usamah Jamaludin

Software is never 'done'. It's alive, with features added and bugs fixed, constantly. For Kitikiti HRM, it has been a fun ride for the past 12 months of active development, committing code and refining HRM features we're building so far. But in reality, all that amounts to nothing - until they're tried and tested in real life.

So when is a piece of software deemed 'ready'? Or in other words - 'pretty much' usable. It's a hard question that we often ask ourselves, whenever we look at the backlog of even more awesome features that we could further build into Kitikiti HRM. It's tempting to go down the path of perfectionism, which is never-ending, and worse, never validated.

Then, as we're writing specs to test that our features work correctly - it dawned on us. It's pretty easy to set up a company in Kitikiti HRM and test for common HRM use cases. The signup doesn't prod you for a password - it simply wants to know you (your email) - and gets out of your way. Password and confirmation can be done later. What's important is allowing you to do the real HR stuff, such as for:

  • Employees to apply for leave, file expense reports, view payslips
  • Managers to examine and approve leave applications / expense reports
  • Administrators to generate payruns, tinker with individual payslips and release to employees

Get straight to work with effective UX

All of the above are doable, immediately, when you sign up for Kitikiti HRM. Immediacy is the key word. It's immediately usable, for the common HRM use cases. That's what we'd like to achieve with Kitikiti HRM. And we realized we've achieved that somewhere at 900+ code commits. Hey, it's 'pretty much' usable! Let's ship this out. Now! And alleviate some of the HR pain points.


Because you're probably Googling for 'HRM solution', and often times are annoyed with lengthy registration, annoying demo appointments and complex data setup - just to get that piece of payslip printed, or to simply allow someone to apply for leave. We know - because we take care of that for you in Kitikiti HRM. The reason you can immediately perform common HRM use cases is simply because we have taken the bulk of the work of seeding your company's HR configuration with default, generalized, intuitive, customizable HR data. That however, is a whole other article in the future!

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