The new integrations aim to simplify processes for global HR teams and employees, reducing data errors and enhancing productivity.

Demand for flexible working, workations, and business trips is at an all-time high, while businesses in every industry are facing significant competition for international talent.

Working to meet this demand, HR teams are faced with overwhelming amounts of admin, stretched resources, and high costs. As the work continues to grow, so does the number of software applications to manage it all. From a compliance perspective, using too many disconnected tools creates a heightened risk of companies unintentionally mishandling sensitive information and breaching local labour, tax, and immigration laws.

Pushing for more seamless and error-free workflows for HR teams, Localyze, a Global Mobility platform for companies and their employees, has partnered with technology platform StackOne to launch new integrations between its software and enterprise Human Resource Management System (HRIS) tools Workday, Personio, Bamboo, HiBob and SAP. These integrations will enable HR teams to handle employee requests for international work, relocations, and visa sponsorship more efficiently, with less room for error when transferring or managing sensitive data. Both companies have started work on connecting with even more tools in the near future, such as the workforce management system Rippling.

Romain Sestier, Co-founder & CEO at StackOne, said: “At StackOne, we are thrilled to partner with Localyze’s Global Mobility platform. We’re able to not only support their mission to break down borders for companies and their talent – but also do it safely, without compromising data privacy, integrity, and security, and without the latency commonly found in other integration platforms.”

StackOne’s integration platform provides B2B SaaS vendors with a single unified API to add enterprise-grade B2B integrations to their products that are privacy-first. The solution enables Localyze’s platform to connect with established HRIS tools, powering a seamless workflow for every stakeholder. The StackOne unified API simplifies the integration process by providing a real-time interface for interacting with multiple platforms while protecting sensitive employee data.

Anthony Petane, Director of Product at Localyze, added: “Many companies are building new Global Mobility policies to balance out return-to-office mandates. For long-term success, processes that involve sensitive employee information can’t be based on shaky foundations – the more HR teams rely on disconnected tools, the harder it will be to adapt to changing compliance obligations or support new markets.”

“With native integrations, we can enable big business moves, rather than limit them. And we can also provide high-quality experiences for employees, reducing distractions, improving NPS scores, and raising employee engagement.”