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ISSA/INTERCLEAN PREVIEW


TEMPLACMS STAND 09.106


With more than 60 clients in the UK, Europe and Australia, TemplaCMS is now the industry’s leading provider of fully integrated management software.


As Managing Director, Rick Stoor says: “Our clients all have two things in common. Firstly they want to grow revenue without a corresponding increase in administration costs, and secondly they want to harness IT technology to deliver improved client service. We also have the advantage, as genuine software developers, of being able to fine tune our software to meet our clients’ exact requirements, rather than forcing them to take an inflexible off-the-shelf system.


“This is vital because despite contract cleaning in other countries sharing similarities with the UK, there are some important areas of difference – payroll being the main example. Working with contractors in Australia, where nationally imposed pay structures apply to the cleaning industry, we have developed a new module – CMS Award Interpretation. Rules on pay scales, overtime rates, weekend premiums and so on, are now built into our clients’ payroll systems, ensuring that they automatically pay staff correctly. This led directly to us winning another major new client in Iceland, where a similar requirement exists, as it also does in Scandinavia.”


TemplaCMS is a contract management software package specifically for cleaning contractors


GOJO STAND 11.209


Hygiene is vitally important. It can play a significant role in increasing well- being and is paramount in helping to prevent the spread of germs. Through innovative technology and stronger than ever evidence-based market insights, GOJO will be highlighting their global partnership strategies at the upcoming ISSA/Interclean Amsterdam show.


Visit GOJO on Stand 11.209 where they will be showcasing products


www.tomorrowscleaning.com


that can be implemented across the business through its modular design. It integrates marketing, sales, administration, finance, pay, operations, customer service, quality management and a secure client portal. A mobile app allows field managers to undertake most operational and administrative tasks on their mobile devices, without needing to visit the office. It is a one-touch solution offering dynamic integration with standard accounts and payroll packages.


“The difference between TemplaCMS and other industry solutions”, added Rick, “is that CMS is one single


from across their complete portfolio of skin and surface hygiene solutions, including scientifically advanced hand and surface sanitisers, disinfectants, skin conditioners and state-of-the- art dispensing technology. They will be identifying opportunities for category growth through developing key partnerships with businesses and institutions in a variety of markets.


The recent addition of Laboratories Prodene Klint to the GOJO family of companies brings together market leading brands and expertise in skin


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system, processing tasks and transactions from one set of contract data held in one central database. Whereas other solutions rely on contract data being keyed into multiple packages to process transactions, and being exported from one piece of software to another in order to budget or analyse performance.


“After exhibiting successfully at Ausclean in Brisbane last year, we decided to debut at Interclean for 2016, where we have appointments booked with a number of European contractors.”


www.templacms.co.uk


and surface hygiene, combined with continued innovations to grow the category and to solve hygiene needs in any professional environment.


To find out more about GOJO and see their wide range of products, please visit stand 11.209.


www.gojo.com


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