SYDNEY, Australia – 20 May 2019 – Top enterprise employee engagement platform, Mumba and leading workforce management solution provider, RITEQ are pleased to announce their strategic partnership, offering integrated, scalable and customer-centric solutions to organisations in Australia and around the world.
Mumba brings all the HR and business applications an employee needs into one central hub, accessible from any device. Along with robust roster optimisation and time and attendance management tools, RITEQ offers an Employee Self Service toolkit, which allows rostered staff to play an active role in managing their schedules, payroll and other personal information.
This new partnership will allow large organisations striving to be employers of choice to boost employee engagement and productivity by giving their staff access to Mumba's enterprise-grade communications and RITEQ's flexible, digital workforce management solutions in one single platform.
By combining two powerful SaaS platforms, the partnership between Mumba and RITEQ effectively brings a unique and comprehensive solution for organisations in the Facilities Management, Not-For-Profit, Retail, Service, Hospitality and Aged Care and Disability Care sectors, where dispersed workforces are often the norm.
"Combining RITEQ's and Mumba's best-of-breed technologies is a strong strategic move for both organisations, and more importantly a win for our customers, who will enjoy an unparalleled employee experience that can be accessed from anywhere on any device," said David Kroser, RITEQ Managing Director.
"Our partnership with RITEQ is a strong strategic fit for both of our companies and supports our rapid growth in Australia and international expansion plans. Together, we bring to the marketplace an unrivalled solution that can be easily implemented and can effectively help organisations promote a culture of engagement and productivity within their workforce," added Greg Parkes, Mumba's Managing Director.
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