The Access Group has announced the winners of its inaugural Access Freedom to do More Customer Awards. The winners, announced at the annual Access World conference, include adult education provider City Lit, home and domiciliary care providers Guardian Angel Carers and recruitment firm the McGinley Group. The award winners represent the best of technology innovation and growth amongst UK mid-market businesses.
“We’re delighted to be rewarding these three organisations for their commitment to innovation,” said CMO, Chris Marjara. “It’s great to see brands like City Lit, Guardian Angel Carers and the McGinley Group using Access Group’s solutions to streamline their business processes, freeing up time to spend on innovation and providing an exemplary experience to their customers.”
Access World is one of the biggest software industry conferences of 2018, and is a chance for customers and industry professionals to network and gain insight into how technology can enable business efficiencies and growth.
As the second fastest growing recruitment group in the UK and Ireland, McGinley Group identified a need to scale, streamline and automate numerous admin tasks with Access Group’s Recruitment CRM, Pay and Bill and Financials offerings. Through Access Group, McGinley was able to automate numerous processes, enhance and integrate its operational reporting capabilities whist saving time, and negating human error. The company has been able to reduce the time spent processing payroll from five working days down to two, while increasing the number of workers processed from 300 to 2,400 in one payroll division alone.
“Automating our reporting management information with Access Group has ensured there are no inaccuracies between actuality and what is being reported on,” says Carrie Sheen, IT manager at McGinley Group. “We have improved data reliability and reduced complexity when it comes to dealing with compliance procedures. The level of detail we’ve been able to achieve through Access Group has allowed us to make better business decisions and focus on growth.”