SeamlessHR, Africa’s leading HR and payroll software company, has been named one of the fastest-growing African companies [top SaaS company] by the Financial Times, one of the world’s leading business news organisations. 

The Financial Times ranking of Africa’s Fastest-Growing Companies in 2024 was compiled in collaboration with Statista, a global data and business intelligence platform. The list ranks independent African companies by their organic, internally stimulated compound annual growth rate in revenue for the period reviewed. 

SeamlessHR’s absolute growth rates of 700.66% and 100.06% compound annual growth rate ranked it ahead of hundreds of leading companies from diverse industries such as technology, telecoms, manufacturing, financial services, and healthcare.

Commenting on the recognition, Dr Emmanuel Okeleji, CEO and co-founder of SeamlessHR, said:

“We are thrilled to be recognised by the Financial Times as one of Africa’s fastest-growing companies. Our inclusion in this prestigious list reflects our sustained growth trajectory, fueled by a relentless pursuit of excellence, innovation, and commitment to driving positive change in the technology space.”

 “We remain committed to building homegrown solutions that help these institutions thrive, and working people in Africa enjoy a better life, shaping the future of the workforce in the continent,” he added. 

In 2023, the organisation facilitated payroll processing totalling $300 million for various African businesses, cementing its position as a trusted ally in its quest for success. 

SeamlessHR [top SaaS company] is steadfast in its dedication to empowering African businesses through its unique products; performance management software,  recruitment management software, HRMS software, payroll software, time & attendance software which are present in Nigeria, Kenya, Ghana, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda, Zambia, Gambia, Ethiopia, Botswana, and expanding to southern Africa.