Softworks are delighted to have won the contract to provide their Employee Time & Attendance and Mobile App Solutions to Fermanagh and Omagh District Council. The Council employs an average of 750 employees and when you include seasonal and casual workers this number increases to approximately 1300, spread across multiple sites. Softworks will integrate with the Council’s current HR & Payroll systems and will be used to manage Time and Attendance – flexitime and fixed rosters, absences, holidays, rules management and payroll integration. The council will also use clocking terminals and Softworks Mobile App that enables employees to clock, book holidays and check flexitime balances from their mobile devices.
Fermanagh and Omagh District Council is one of 11 councils in Northern Ireland and cover an area of 2,829km2. The Council has responsibility for statutory and regulatory functions including the Registration of Births, Deaths, Marriages and Civil Partnerships, Building Control, Planning, Environmental Health and Licensing. It also delivers a range of public services including waste management and recycling, street cleansing, recreation, sport and leisure services, culture and arts facilities and events, tourism and economic development and regeneration, as well as community and good relations support.
Thelma Browne, Head of Human Resources and Organisation Development at Fermanagh and Omagh District Council had this to say about choosing Softworks;
Fermanagh and Omagh District Council recently completed a public tendering exercise for a new integrated employee Time and Attendance System. We were impressed by the comprehensive package offered by the Softworks solution which appears to be very much tailored to our individual needs and from the demos we have viewed to date will be user-friendly and accessible to our wide and dispersed workforce. Softworks have put a lot of thought into the development of a comprehensive project management toolkit and we look forward to providing all the data and information necessary to ensure that their solution is tailored to our specific needs and leads to a smooth implementation and roll out of the new system.
Andrew Ferguson, CEO of Softworks had this to say
We are very much looking forward to working with Fermanagh and Omagh District Council. Softworks has many years of experience working with local and central government departments and are delighted to have been chosen for this project. Fermanagh and Omagh district council provide an excellent service to the 114,000 people that live in the area, consistently working hard at their aim, to make this very scenic area of Northern Ireland a place where people choose to live and work.
Pictured From Left: Luke O’Malley, Killian O’Mahony from Softworks and Thelma Browne, Steve Holt, Lauren Gallagher from Fermanagh and Omagh District Council.