If you’re a retail manager, no matter how small your team is, you know how challenging it can be to create and maintain a flow in your store. Not only do you have to keep your customers happy, but you need to keep your staff members connected and working like a well oiled machine.
Sydney-based global workforce management software firm Deputy has raised $US25 million ($33.3m) in a Series A round, is first external funding in its eight-year history.
Sydney, Australia-based software provider Deputy has raised $25 million — capital it will primarily invest in expanding its Atlanta-based Americas headquarters.
The following is from the latest print edition of Fortune, where I write a regular column about technology and startups called “Boom With a View.”
Deputy, the leading global workforce management solution provider, today announced it has received $25M in Series A financing from OpenView.
Scheduling tools, like Deputy, 7Shifts and When I Work, help you automate the entire process — letting you take care of everything from your tablet or smartphone. Bye-bye, paper and pencil and hours of wasted time.
Deputy offers a starter plan that costs just $1 per employee per month. Yes, I know, this isn’t free. But at only $1 per month, it’s an incredibly solid investment.
Working with highly private information like timesheets, payroll and employee performance on a daily basis requires a keen eye and intense focus. The data is a critical asset to all businesses and keeps the gears grinding.
For restaurants, labor is often the biggest expense — and an ever-rising burden given regulations from the Affordable Care Act to increasing minimum wages that continue to challenge operational sustainability.
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