Irish Time Computing has recently rebranded to timeware® Ireland to commemorate working in partnership with the UK’s leading developer of workforce management solutions timeware® (UK) for 21 years.
As of 25 June 2015, Irish Time Computing rolled out a full rebrand and changed its name to timeware® Ireland in homage to the strong partnership the businesses have forged over the last two decades.
Since the partnership began in 1995, Irish Times Computing has worked closely with timeware® (UK) to deliver advanced HR and workforce management solutions to businesses across Ireland.
timeware® Ireland sells and distributes the entire timeware workforce management range. This includes the company’s latest software package timeware® Professional 2015, which was launched recently to provide all types of businesses with a complete workforce management solution to help tackle everyday problems such as absence in the workplace, recruitment, employee attendance, security and payroll.
As well as selling timeware® products, timeware Ireland manufacturers its own products and is a leading supplier of time recording solutions. By offering a range of solutions, the firm is able to mix and match and tailor its systems to meet customer’s detailed requirements.
Ciaran Hanrahan, managing director at timeware® Ireland, said: “Working with timeware over the past 21 years has been an absolute pleasure. We are hoping that the rebrand will strengthen our offering by bringing both our names under one roof.
“Our aim is to further integrate Irish Time Computing and Timeware® (UK) services and strengthen the already strong working relationship between our businesses.”
Simon Birchall, managing director at timeware®, said: “We are immensely proud of everything that we have achieved with Irish Time Computing over the years. Ciaran’s professionalism and his commitment to his customers really is second to none.
“We are very honoured that the business will share our timeware name and the rebrand will help to position timeware® as the leading provider of workforce management systems across the whole of the UK and Ireland.”