Commonly known as Australia’s most powerful rostering, attendance and payroll system, ClockOn has become a real mover and shaker in the Pubs and Clubs industry in recent years. ClockOn has been around since 1999 and has evolved into a powerful workforce management system trusted by clubs Australia-wide.
The NSW Central Coast Company will almost triple its workforce and has its sights set on global markets as part of a new growth strategy supported by the NSW Government. New Zealand will be the first target market with a launch scheduled as soon as the first quarter of 2019.
Member of the Legislative Council, Taylor Martin MLC, said the NSW Government-backed Jobs for NSW had assisted the company’s expansion plans with an interest-free Regional Growth Loan.
‘ClockOn helps other companies simplify and automate their rostering, time attendance and payroll systems with a subscription-based software platform – meaning they can potentially service any company in the world.
ClockOn CEO LNV Samy said the company has grown a solid base of over 400 clients and more than 23,000 users across Australia, particularly popular within the pharmaceutical, supermarket, medical, hospital and clubs industries.
‘ClockOn will look to develop partnerships with other key industries to develop more export opportunities. We aim to target overseas markets including the United Kingdom, the United States and India.’
Photo l to r: Hon Taylor Martin MLC – Member of the Legislative Council, LNV Samy – CEO ClockOn, Dr Graham Mylne – Founder and Chairman ClockOn, Lucy Wicks MP – Member for Robertson, Sung Kim – Jobs for NSW, NSW Government.