Ento

Ento

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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Australia
Year Founded
2009
Employees
50
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