Complygate Wins London Tech Week Startup Competition
London, UK – 01 July 2019 – Complygate, the cloud-based immigration compliance solution, is proud to be a winner of the London Tech Week Startup Elevate pitch and win Competition 2019.
It comes as Complygate prepares to launch its fully scalable HR and immigration compliance software in the coming months.
A startup based in Birmingham, Complygate’s cloud-based HR software solution / compliance centre is coupled with artificial intelligence (AI) technology to offer multiple features on one platform offering a smooth onboarding process.
Complygate’s offering is unique to the market: There is no other immigration compliance solution available for the 30,000 Tier 2 sponsors in the UK. This is despite the fact that during the six months from 1 April 2018 to 30 September 2018, 320 companies in the UK were issued penalties totalling £5.4 million for non-compliance of immigration rules and regulations.
Meanwhile, most HR software services are failing to create end-to-end experiences for employees – instead they cater to the needs of the employers. Complygate’s solution solves this problem by helping companies to attract, hire, retain and maintain talent, support workforce administration, and optimize workforce management.
“Complygate is absolutely delighted to have been selected as a winner of London Tech Week Startup Elevate pitch and win competition 2019,” said Rajiv Ranjan, Founder and Managing Director of Complygate Limited. “I am an immigrant myself, having moved to the UK 10 years ago. I feel thankful to this country, which has given me such an opportunity to grow and innovate and I am passionate about helping others in the same position.”
“Complygate is a crucial service that can help prevent companies from being penalised,” Ranjan added. “By saving costs wasted on unnecessary penalties, firms can instead invest in automation, training staff or capital investments.”
About the London Tech Week Startup Elevate competition
London Tech Week 2019 aims to connect startups with industry and investment through its flagship startup event, Startup Elevate.
Startups must be founded within three years, have exceeded no more than series A funding, and have a maximum of 25 employees.