Goodwill Industries Selects eEmpACT Software to Transform Staffing Operations

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eEmpACT Software (a Bond International Software company) is proud to announce that their industry-leading front and back office staffing software solution was selected by Goodwill Industries of Southeastern Wisconsin to create greater efficiencies in their staffing operation.

eEmpACT offers Goodwill extensive opportunities to increase sales, client service, management effectiveness and profits – all with a level of scalability and flexibility that is rarely found amongst other staffing software in the marketplace.

eEmpACT Software (a Bond International Software company) is proud to announce that their industry-leading front and back office staffing software solution was selected by Goodwill Industries of Southeastern Wisconsin to create greater efficiencies in their staffing operation.

The largest of more than 168 Goodwill organizations in North America, Goodwill Industries of Southeastern Wisconsin has more than 4,000 employees working in over 49 locations throughout 23 counties in Southeastern Wisconsin and Metropolitan Chicago. Goodwill provides training, employment and supportive services for people with disabilities or disadvantages who seek greater independence. Goodwill’s Human Services core offering is job placement – and by serving as a consultant to area businesses, Goodwill provides the necessary support for supervisors, employees and co-workers to ensure a successful match.

Tammy Jung, Controller at Goodwill Industries, said of the decision, “We chose eEmpACT for three reasons. The product met most of our operating requirements, the company was able to help us implement quickly and each staff member we worked with was knowledgeable and responsive.” Jung continued, commenting on the advantages of the software, “Using eEmpACT software provides us with easy access to the information we need to manage our staffing business with confidence.”

With eEmpACT, Goodwill’s staff has a fully-featured staffing software solution to integrate front office, payroll and billing/accounting functions. eEmpACT offers Goodwill extensive opportunities to increase sales, client service, management effectiveness and profits – all with a level of scalability and flexibility that is rarely found amongst other staffing software in the marketplace.

“Every organization we work with is seeking to operate more effectively and accurately – especially with today’s economic pressures. Goodwill is no exception. Assisting with their implementation of eEmpACT has been remarkable…the installation was exceptionally smooth and they had efficiencies on day one. Plus, it’s exciting to partner with an organization that is doing so much to help the economy of the state and beyond,” says Claudette Jaswa, VP of Sales and Marketing for eEmpACT Software.

About eEmpACT Software
Since 1990, eEmpACT has designed software for staffing services, consulting firms and corporate human resource departments to improve productivity and deliver a higher level of service to their candidates, customers and employees. With nearly 1,000 customers, the company has offices in Minneapolis, Atlanta and San Francisco. Developed specifically for the staffing industry, eEmpACT combines a complete order/assignment placement and resume retrieval system with powerful accounting and customer relationship management (CRM) technology. Featuring both front- and back-office components, it provides a total and seamless recruitment, assignment, payroll and invoicing software solution that is smart, flexible and easy to use. Visit http://www.eEmpACT.com for more information.

About Bond International Software Group
A publicly held company quoted as “BDI” on the London Stock Exchange, Bond International Software Group (http://www.BondInternationalSoftware.com) is a pioneer in the development of software for the staffing and recruiting industries. A global leader in human capital management, it supports more than 100,000 staffing professionals in 42 countries and has over 500 employees worldwide, with offices in the U.K., U.S., Australia, South Africa, Hong Kong, Japan and Canada. Since its founding in 1973, Bond’s consistently visionary perspective has enabled its network of global users to interpret and manage dynamic, complex markets and realize tangible competitive advantage in the race for human capital.

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