"In retail, it can go really wrong if you are not in control of your labor costs, and here it is very important that Tamigo show me what the roster cost today, tomorrow and in a month."
Rasmus Borres eight 7-Eleven stores are the first sight several thousand commuters meet in the morning. The shops are located strategically at the stations from Elsinore down towards Copenhagen - one of the busiest train routes in Denmark.
But a large customer base, however, does not automatically mean a healthy business - especially if there is no control of what the roster costs, says Rasmus Borre.
"In retail, it can go really wrong if you are not in control of your labor costs, and here it is very important that Tamigo show me what the roster cost today, tomorrow and in a month," says Rasmus Borre.
Stores work together
In addition, he emphasizes that Tamigo gives unobstructed view of all eight stores at one time, one place.
"I can assign my employees several stores at once, and it means, for example, that all of my employees can see and bid on vacant shifts because my stores do not act as isolated units," says Rasmus Borre and continues:
"All this I can manage in the comfort and clear from the home office, because the Tamigo App on my smartphone, which constantly get great new features, show me what happens in each store."
According to Rasmus Borre the administration of rosters, absence management and payroll for his almost 100 employees take up very little time in everyday life.
Without Tamigo I would have to spend 15-20 hours a month alone administrating the HR section, but it is now cut down to just two hours a month. I just press OK on my smartphone when I approve the change of shifts and absence requests from employees, who basically do not need training in Tamigo. ”
"In addition, export to wages only takes half an hour because Tamigo integrates directly to our wage system."