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RosterLive rebrands as WFS Australia

Rostering SaaS specialist RosterLive is now known as WFS Australia.

Following its acquisition of Australia-based RosterLive, WorkForce Software has rebranded the local operation as WFS Australia.

"Australia has a growing, highly competitive workforce management market," said WFS Australia vice president and general manager Leslie Tarnacki.

"Through RosterLive we have built a significant presence and great client relationships in Australia in the SME market.

"We currently provide workforce management solutions to more than 250 customers locally, such as Melbourne Racing Club, Baker's Delight, Anglican Care, Armourguard and Priceline Pharmacies.

"WFS Australia will grow that footprint plus expand into the enterprise sector with EmpCenter, creating a unified brand that can further accelerate our growth."

Tarnacki added "WFS Australia can deliver the right workforce management solutions to help improve overall productivity and, ultimately, a company's bottom line."

The RosterLive cloud-based rostering system for SMEs has been renamed EmpLive, bringing it into line with WFS's EmpCenter workforce management system for enterprises.


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