Ento was founded in Australia in 2009 to help businesses manage rostering, leave, attendance and communication within their workforce. Ento helps workplaces across retail, hospitality, health, community, and more; for businesses ranging in size from 10 to 2,000+ staff. Ento's software is part of the next generation of workforce management tools; cloud-based, accessible via a smartphone, tablet or desktop, and integrated with leading HR, POS and payroll systems.

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