Domino's picks Aussie start-up to overhaul workforce management

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Domino's picks Aussie start-up to overhaul workforce management

Goes cloud in global rollout.

Pizza chain Domino's will replace its proprietary workforce management system with a software-as-a-service platform by Brisbane start-up Tanda to automate payroll processes globally.

The retailer's 700 Australia and New Zealand stores will have access to the new software first, part of a move to designed to "make franchisees' lives easier", Domino's said.

It will replace an internally-developed rostering system that Domino's said it has outgrown.

Once the local rollout is complete, the pizza chain said it will introduce the software to its other markets in Belgium, France, the Netherlands, Japan and Germany.

“Rolling out Tanda in stores across Australia and New Zealand will allow our franchisees to efficiently roster and record team member’s attendance so we look forward to reaping the benefits of the innovative program," CEO Nick Knight said in a statement.

Knight said the SaaS product would give franchisees greater insight into their labour costs, allowing for "smarter and more informed business decisions".

Tanda was founded in 2013, and offers cloud-based timesheet, rostering and payroll integration to remove the headaches associated with dealing with manual timesheets and rosters. It counts the likes of Telstra and Subway among its customers.

It claimed to have reached two million clock-ins using its software in October last year.

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