ShopWorks announced today a partnership agreement with EPoS solutions provider TLM Technologies.
The cloud-based staff rostering software developed by ShopWorks gives companies greater control over its staff management, providing improved efficiencies in payroll. Their bespoke service can deal with forecourt and/or convenience store, or seamlessly combine in one system the growing trend of having coffee and food-to-go outlets on the same site, with customers saving as much as 10% on staff costs.
After installing the ShopWorks solution earlier this year, Kay Group Senior Management Accountant Nicola Cotton said: “The structure offers a really versatile rota management system, which has simplified our process, making it easier for managers covering a number of different sites.”
For any modern business to run efficiently and successfully, it needs to operate with clear and organised systems. With staff costs increasing, compliance requirements getting tougher and customers expecting even higher levels of service, a Workforce Management system is a key tool for a modern business.
TLM Group Operations Director Bob Laidlaw said, “At TLM, we want our customers to benefit from the very best technology on offer to maximise profit and increase productivity. That’s why we partner with ‘best in class’ technology providers like ShopWorks. Having established successful relationships with valued TLM customers such as Kay Group, we are confident that ShopWorks are the best provider for Workforce Management solutions in our sector.”
Mike Hennessey, Director of Operations, ShopWorks said, “We are delighted to be working with TLM Technologies; they are experts in their field and are a widely-known and well-respected technology supplier to this sector.
“Despite the significant cost savings that can be achieved through Workforce Management solutions, it is estimated that 75% of fuel retailers still rely on outdated paper and spreadsheet based systems.”
“ShopWorks and TLM will work together to aid a digital transformation in the market, so convenience & fuel retailers can continue to see the benefits of using technology to increase efficiency, productivity and profit.”