Triblock HR, explicitly developed for Bahamian businesses, automates HR tasks, drastically increasing efficiencies
NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Plato Alpha, a Bahamian-owned and operated software development company, is echoing this year’s International Human Resources Day (May 20) theme – “HR Shaping The New Future,” through the launch of Triblock HR; a next-generation HR and Payroll platform that streamlines payroll, performance, and time management systems.
Strategically designed to meet the needs of organizations operating in The Bahamas, the innovative platform enables HR professionals to centrally manage the 360 lifecycle of an employee, including payroll, time tracking, one-on-one performance reviews, organization hierarchy, and document management.
“At Plato Alpha, we strongly believe Human Resources is about the people work, not the paperwork, and have designed a system that empowers both employers and employees,” said Plato Alpha CEO Duran Humes.
“Triblock HR simplifies HR management through an integrated system that keeps track of all relevant data with ease and accuracy.”
Developed over five months, the inspiration for Triblock HR came from the noticeable gap in the market for a modern HR and Payroll solution.
“Business in the digital age moves at a frantic pace, and HR and Payroll managers must stay on the pulse of technology to maximize productivity and performance within their departments,” said Keith Roye II, Plato Alpha’s COO.
Key proprietary features that set Triblock HR apart are its reporting & analytics capabilities and employee data-entry components.
“We have included fail-safe elements that enable employees to input data themselves – empowering workers to fulfill basic HR and Payroll tasks and eliminating them from the HR professional’s to-do list,” said Roye II.
“Our comprehensive reports and analytics are invaluable and equip companies with the relevant data to make informed business decisions.”
Established in 2019, Plato Alpha is a full-service software and product development company dedicated to pioneering The Bahamas’ digital age and eliminating the need to source programmers, coders, and software developers outside Bahamian borders.
Captained by two gen Z Bahamians under 25, the company has garnered a heavy-hitting list of clients, including the Rotary Clubs, the Government of The Bahamas, REV, Aliv, Doctors Hospital, Eugene Dupuch Law School, Super Value, and more.