Topia claimed to have “transformational” growth and innovation over the last year, with its automated solutions for talent mobility management driving “significant year-over-year growth in enterprise customers, strategic acquisition and product innovation.”
The company said its most notable success was an increase in size for its customer base, with the company closing deals across a range of sectors and geographies. In addition, Topia acquired Pearl Global Tech, an independent immigration risk engine and knowledge base, to streamline compliance and support remote-work and distributed work policies.
“Now more than ever, companies need smart solutions that allow them to be agile and responsive to changing market conditions and do more with fewer resources, while still effectively supporting and managing a heavily distributed workforce,” said CEO Shawn Farshchi.
Additions and Product Upgrades
In the last year, Topia expanded its suite of products to include new functionality to will help HR and global mobility departments manage group, project team and bulk moves more effectively.
The expansion included the launch of two new solutions: Pre-Travel Risk and Remote Work Management. The first provides instant visa, travel risk and tax/payroll compliance assessments to employers. Meantime, Remote Work Management leverages configurable logic and automation to streamline the remote-work request process and ensures tax, immigration, payroll and other compliance. These solutions will help customers save time and access important insights about their business, the company said.
As part of its growth strategy, Topia has “doubled down” on its commitment to privacy and data security over the last year, achieving both ISO 27001 and SOC 2 Type II compliance. The company also secured a new patent for its work in unsupervised machine learning models.
Earlier this month, Topia released its winter product update, which included an update to payroll reporting and expanded diversity metrics, as well as a better overall user experience.