Timegate is a workforce management solution built specifically for FM; Cleaning, Guarding and Soft Service providers.

From pre-employment through to payroll, Timegate provides for improved process automation and cost analysis.

The Essential system offers you T&A, Apps, Scheduling/Rostering, Budgeting and lots of Management intelligence. The bolt-on Packs enrich your experience, control, automation and engagement. 

Enabling a real-time overview of the operation, today’s competitive Support Services will appreciate the advantages that Timegate is able to offer.

Supporting the move towards service excellence and ultimate efficiency, Timegate is the software solution of choice.

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