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Grosvenor Technology reports a new partnership with a steel producer for its IT31 Workforce Management Terminals.
The inaugural project, itself worth several hundred thousand pounds, is due to be deployed in one European site in early 2017. Grosvenor expects the relationship to continue for several years as has been the case with similar projects for other global clients.
Grosvenor’s Managing Director Andy Rainforth, pictured, says: “Workforce management terminals have traditionally been used for time and attendance requirements with some end-users using them as little more than an electronic ‘punch-clock’, but we are increasingly seeing clients utilising these devices for everything from minimum wage compliance to project management.
“In this case the client had a specific software platform in mind and our flexible approach was a good strategic fit as we were able to work with their chosen third party to develop a hardware and software solution that is truly bespoke to their needs.”
Meanwhile Grosvenor has shipped the 20,000th of its IT31 Workforce Management Terminals. Rainforth adds: “The success of the IT31 is due to the collaboration with our software partners and our agile methodology which ensures clients receive a genuinely tailored solution. Those 20,000 terminals have been deployed in clients small and large across the globe in a variety of scenarios and applications.”