Supahands completes its Pre-A funding round and subsequently launches the latest version of their in-house work automation tool – Workplace. This comes with the introduction of DIANE, a state-of-the-art auto-routing technology that helps project managers create the perfect team around clients and projects.
“You wouldn’t put a square peg in a round hole”
As the old adage goes, we are always on the lookout for the right people that suit the task at hand. When dealing with a smaller pool of talent as well as a single project that lacks the requirement of specification, it’s relatively simple to match who goes where and who does what. But what happens when what we are dealing with is “SupaSized” with a larger volume of tasks and the pool of talent is exponentially larger as well? Naturally, time required for manually finding the right fit is unrealistically increased and the room for human error is larger than ever. In the interest of an error-resistant time saving measure, say hello to DIANE, Supahands’ own predictive routing technology.
At Supahands, communication is literally our key to scale. Our primary operations rely heavily on the communication between project managers and our fleet of SupaAgents (on-demand workers), to ensure all project tasks and assignments are completed with care and
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Supplycart is a Malaysian company that can help you source, procure, manage, and restock your office needs, from food in the pantry to stationery. Last week, we invited them to “invade” Supahands HQ in Bangsar South with the thing that they’re known for – fresh fruits, healthy and delicious snacks and plenty of industry knowledge to share. As we cozied up on our beanbags and exchanged ideas whilst munching on crunchy fresh apples, it became clear to us that this was a very insightful session that we’re happy to host in SupHQ. Here’s a quick recap of what went down.
So, what is it like to work with a startup? What can you expect? Previously, we shared an article about the benefits of working in a startup environment that you can check out. To add, Supahands’ Community Manager, Su Yin Voon, had a talk at Sunway University to share her first hand experience working with one – us! If you’re considering being part of the startup community, here are 6 things for you to ponder on.
According to World Bank, business process outsourcing (BPO) revenues could soar to well over US$50 billion and provide some 2.6 million jobs by 2020. With that in mind, Supahands set out to disrupt this lucrative, yet highly competitive field. Unlike traditional BPO companies, Malaysian-born Supahands aims to help businesses scale by changing the nature of time, with its combination of technology solutions and a distributed workforce.
So, you are looking for a part-time gig, but you are also well aware about the many scams for part-time jobs that are prevalent out there. Well, why not work with us as a SupaAgent? Don’t worry, we’re very different from whatever you’ve been seeing out there. Supahands offers a chance to have a rewarding side gig to people, who want the benefits of working remotely and in their own time. Without a doubt, it will indeed be a wise choice. You can read more about what makes us legit in our previous article.
As an individual or a corporation, everyone has the responsibility to give back to the community – one way or another. Typically the thought of a CSR effort makes one automatically assume that a monetary contribution is in order, but donating money isn’t the only way to make the world a better place. Giving back also can be contributions in the form of your time and effort to a community that’s in need. Getting in the spirit of giving and wanting to start the year with good vibes, Supahands recently joined Kechara Soup Kitchen (KSK) to help with their regular food drives for the less fortunate around central Kuala Lumpur.
The Supahands team is very excited to finally be able to introduce you to our revamped website soon, as part of our never ending drive to improve ourselves. We’ve gathered all of your feedback and the team has been working hard to create a website that gives you a more comprehensive look at what we do and how we can help you. We also decided to make the experience more interactive for our visitors as well. Check out the full breakdown of all the new features below.
Our SupaBoss, Mark Koh, was recently invited to Malaysia Business Student Summit 2017 (MBSS), organised by Universiti Malaya, to be part of the panel for its symposium – Create Opportunities: The Inner Dimensions of Entrepreneurship and Sustainable Business. Other speakers involved were Tan Ban Eu, co-founder of Offpeak and Boat Noodle’s founder & CEO, Tony Lim.
Moderated by Feixiang Lim, CEO of Major Drop, we found the panel discussion very informative and engaging. Here’s a handy roundup of what we’ve learnt from it. Some of which also act as a reminder for those among us who are going on the path to be entrepreneurs.
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