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Staff Rostering Software 

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Snap Schedule Rostering Software helps you create optimal staff rosters, monitor and control labour costs, manage vacations and holiday leaves, ensure adequate shift coverage, and eliminate scheduling conflicts — all from a modern Microsoft Office® interface.

Unlike web-hosted, on-line rostering software, Snap Schedule installs and runs on your computer and does not require constant Internet connection. It keeps all your sensitive staff data, pay rates, costs, and scheduling data locally under your control. Best of all, you pay for the software license once and own it forever — no recurring payments, no subscription fees.

Packed with powerful scheduling and reporting features, Snap Schedule gives you instant access to key decision-making criteria, including staffing requirements, overtime and on-call hours, labour costs, skills and certifications, employee availability, preferences, and more.

Snap Schedule saved New South Wales taxpayers $250,000 in custom programming the second we saw how good this staff rostering program is, and stopped looking further.  Snap Schedule is also saving us quite significant payroll costs, as we're using fewer members to get through our caseload.   It gives us the visibility and control to schedule more members for full days of work.   Previously, we often paid full salary for days we could only partially fill with hearings.   Now, Snap Schedule thoroughly fills members' days, so we've cut back on more-expensive part-time staff.

Evan Pidgeon
Consumer, Trader and Tenancy Tribunal

System Requirements: Microsoft Windows® 8, 7, or Windows XP SP1, or Windows Vista, or Windows Server 2003, or Windows Server 2008 / Office 2003 or 2007
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