Digital transformation is as essential a pursuit for small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) as enterprises, if not more so. It’s also expensive, a challenge Synerion North America Inc. would like to help them overcome.
The Mississauga-based time and attendance software developer – and CDN Channel Elite Award nominee – which also counts big names such as Tim Hortons, Canadian Tire, and the University of Toronto among its customers, aims to be a game-changer for small businesses by helping them improve their workforce management with technology and automation.
SMBs that want to compete in today’s market need to improve their operations by incorporating efficiencies without added significant costs, Synerion says. A solution that automates employee scheduling and payroll is the perfect example.
Synerion’s workforce management system, Synerion Agile, provides SMBs with enterprise-level service at a price they can afford – and because it’s cloud-based, it can be purchased and implemented in as little as three weeks.
By contrast, other service providers can make customers wait for more than two years before their services go live, the company says.
“Once an unreachable achievement for small businesses due to cost and complexity, Synerion has since removed these barriers with its innovative technology and process,” the company writes in its nomination form.
“Previously small business owners would add labor costs or time to be able to do what Synerion does for them in a few quick swipes.”