RoboMQ’s Automation Helps EarnUp Reduce Stress for Managers and Customers

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Financial technology company EarnUp uses data integration to automate employee lifecycle management

Almost everyone these days has some form of debt or loan payment and can relate to the struggles that come with managing the schedules those loans create. Matthew Cooper and Nadim Homsany watched their parents battle that emotional toll and decided that something needed to be done. Their solution was to automate the process.

Matthew and Nadim are co-founders of EarnUp, a financial technology company designed to help people manage the schedules that come with mortgages, student loans, car payments, and more. Through EarnUp, those payments can be made automatically, saving both time and stress. However, as EarnUp established its name and grew, it began to face a similar struggle: managing employee lifecycles manually. IT sysadmins and specialists were spending enormous time on tedious tasks like creating emails, accounts and giving system access. New hires were stuck waiting for access to apps and systems on their First Days of Work, and slow terminations were creating security risks for the company. Matthew and Nadim needed a solution, and once again turned to automation.

RoboMQ’s “Hire2Retire” automated business process for employee lifecycle management and identity provisioning completely automated EarnUp’s employee lifecycle management, implementing changes in near real-time and streamlining both the onboarding and termination processes. Thanks to RoboMQ, EarnUp’s managers do not need to spend time worrying about employee lifecycle changes, proving that whether it is money management or employee lifecycle management, automation helps save everyone undue stress.
Cameron Macaulay

Cameron Macaulay

Cameron Macaulay is a Marketing Associate with RoboMQ. Cameron graduated from Syracuse University with a major in Broadcast & Digital Journalism, and a minor in Professional & Technical Writing. Cameron combines his skills in technical writing with a passion for storytelling.

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