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Mazars is delighted to announce its strategic partnership with Roubler, a human resources and technology start up which automates and manages everything from tracking online job applications and ranking candidates to rostering, monitoring time and attendance and payroll.
“We are excited to be partnering with Roubler” Chris Fuggle, Partner at Mazars commented. “Retail, F&B, healthcare, and construction industries all waste significant amounts of time recruiting, rostering, verifying overtime. The systems they use are very manual and absorb huge amounts of management time. Our strategic partnership with Roubler will not only enable us to rid these industries of this unproductive time but also us to provide insights and analytics to help them optimise their workforce performance and profits.”
Roubler was the brain child of entrepreneur Andrew Northcott, founder of labour hire group, LSA Recruitment. By the age of 29, he had already build up a AUD $100m business and sold it on to an international conglomerate. Andrew’s experience with LSA made him well aware of the inefficiencies in industries with high levels of casual staff, hourly rate contracts, complex shift patterns, and multi outlet / multi-site rosters.
Andrew commented, “We are working with Mazars to offer a platform in Singapore which will eradicate many of the manual tasks burdening HR and operational teams. I was impressed with Mazars commitment to create market leading solutions for their clients, even when it meant disrupting their own operating models. Mazars has been investing heavily in innovation and is building a fantastic team culture. We are like minded modern firms, with complimentary expertise. It’s a great foundation for a strategic partnership .”
The technology officially goes live in Australia this week where Roubler and Mazars are working together on a number of clients. We expect the Singapore solution to be available over the next few months.
Chris Fuggle with Andrew Northcott in Mazars Singapore office
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