Softworks Nets Inland Fisheries tender for a Time & Attendance and HR Information System!
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Softworks Nets Inland Fisheries tender for a Time & Attendance and HR Information System!

Softworks are delighted to have won the contract to provide their Workforce Management Solutions to Inland Fisheries Ireland. Inland Fisheries Ireland will use Softworks solutions for Time and Attendance, HR, Managing Absences and Holidays, Project Tracking and Scheduling job tasks. Softworks App will be used by field based employees who generally wouldn’t have access to a PC or laptop as they are working in remote locations. They will now be able to use the app for project tracking, to check job tasks, record time & attendance and book holidays and other absences directly from their mobile devices.

Inland Fisheries Ireland is responsible for the protection, management and conservation of the inland fisheries resource across the country. Ireland has over 70,000 kilometres of rivers and streams and 144,000 hectares of lakes all of which fall under the jurisdiction of Inland Fisheries Ireland. The agency is also responsible for sea angling in Ireland.

Sophie Ollier, Human Resources at Inland Fisheries Ireland had this to say about her experience of working with Softworks to date.

The people, expertise and our experience engaging with Softworks has been
consistently positive and solution driven.

Andrew Ferguson, CEO of Softworks had this to say

We are very much looking forward to assisting Inland Fisheries Ireland with their Workforce Management operations. As an organisation they do a fantastic job of ensuring that Ireland’s valuable natural resources of inland fisheries and sea angling are protected and conserved.

Pictured: Killian O’Mahony, Softworks, Sophie Ollier, Human Resources, Inland Fisheries
Ireland, Ciaran Byrne, CEO, Inland Fisheries Ireland, Luke O’Malley, Softworks.