Companies invest in employee priority, and WorkForce achieves record results

WorkForce Software, the world’s first worldwide provider of integrated employee experience and workforce management solutions, today announced significant revenue growth of more than 20% year over year, bolstered by the addition of 232 new or expanded customer relationships in the first half of 2021. To satisfy the growing needs of customers around the world, WorkForce Software continues to hire new personnel and implement global and partner expansion initiatives. WorkForce Software expanded its staff count by 19% in the first half of 2021, and they are on course to increase their worldwide employee count by 23% in 2021. Expansion activities in the Americas, Europe, and Asia-Pacific continue to gain traction. The revenue growth trajectory that WorkForce Software is on can be attributed to the need for immediate investment in modern solutions like the company’s WorkForce Suite.

WorkForce Software is the world’s first global workforce management company with integrated employee experience capabilities. The company’s WorkForce Suite adjusts to any organization’s needs—no matter how unique their pay rules, labor restrictions, or schedules are—while providing a game-changing employee experience at the time and location where work takes place. WorkForce Software, which is enterprise-grade and future-ready, is assisting some of the world’s most inventive firms in optimizing their workforce, reducing compliance risks, and increasing employee engagement to unlock new potential for resiliency and optimal performance.WorkForce Software makes managing your worldwide workforce easy, less expensive, and more rewarding for everyone, whether your employees are deskless or office workers, unionized, full-time, part-time, or seasonal.

Many companies identified gaps in their ability to adequately communicate, adapt, manage, and retain employees in their global workforce, especially front-line workers and otherwise unreachable employees, as a result of the uncertainty surrounding COVID-19, which upended business operations this past year. Companies must act swiftly to drastically boost engagement and retention by proactively leveraging employee data and feedback with an increasingly digitally competent workforce with lower barriers to job change.

WorkForce Software has seen expansion across numerous locations and industries, including retail, manufacturing, services, public sector, transportation, and others, thanks to rising customer momentum spurred by the increased requirement to create a breakthrough employee experience.WorkForce Software attracted 115 new clients in the first half of 2021, a 360 percent increase over the same period last year. Over 400 transactions in the first half of 2021 drove this rise, which included both new client bookings and existing customer expansions. Cintas Corporation, Evergy Inc., Goodwill Industries, Inc., Novo Nordisk of North America, Northwestern University, Oatey Supply Chain Services, Inc., Phillips 66, Woodward Inc., Tenet Health System Medical, Inc., Church & Dwight Co., Inc., and Thomas Jefferson University are among the new customers who chose WorkForce Software or expanded their relationship with the software company.

“WorkForce Software is in a position to help transform business operations through next-level employee engagement. Employees need to be heard and empowered to manage their work lives and have meaningful interactions with their employers – and inclusive of the 2.7 billion employees who don’t sit behind a desk and are often underserved by existing workforce solutions,” said Mike Morini, CEO of WorkForce Software.