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What do we mean by contract management?

Coping with contracts and legislation compliance is something that is common to all workforce management systems.
However, for Support Services businesses, the additional need to manage the contract that you have with your customer, is often not catered for.

Contract and compliance management is core to the design of Timegate. Working to ensure compliance with:

  • Contracts of employment
  • Legislative structures of your region, country or state
  • The agreed service delivery on a contract

Timegate really does take care of it all. Designed specifically for the FM sector, you will not find another software solution that delivers a more intrinsic contract management function.

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