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We estimate that our store managers save between 15-30 minutes on admin every single day with tamigo. That’s huge!
As they invested in modernising their stores, ALDI Denmark also put their workforce management under the microscope. Improving employee retention and operational efficiency were the top priorities in their nearly 200 stores nationwide. Since tamigo was implemented in 2021, Project Manager Thomas Sørensen says there’s been big improvements.
Instead of having to phone up HR, employees can check their worked hours in the tamigo app. The numbers are right there, and they can trust them. Functions like these are definitely helping our efforts around retention.
Store managers now spend a fraction of the time they used on daily admin tasks — like finding cover for a sick employee.
You can read the full ALDI Denmark and tamigo story here.
Our store managers save an incredible amount of time each month with tamigo when preparing the monthly financial statements.
Phillip says that everyone in the company has gained numerous benefits from tamigo. And that’s exactly why Bijou Brigitte has decided to roll out the solution to other European countries.
You can read the full Bijou Brigitte and tamigo case here.
tamigo provides an invaluable overview of labour costs and a correct payroll process for all stores.
Before they implemented tamigo, Scandinavian design firm Bolia faced a challenge. Some of their stores were regularly using more hours than were budgeted. With tamigo, International HR Manager, Anette Sørensen, says there was a dramatic improvement.
By adding budgets, and by comparing it to the expected productivity and the planned hours vs. the budget in tamigo, we got the right insights for us to benchmark and help stores plan within budgets.
And when it comes to the process of scheduling itself, tamigo is also a boon. Anette says that making changes to rotas (and with so many part-time employees, this needs to happen a lot) is easy to manage with minimum administrative resources.
Read the full Bolia case.
Everything related to personnel administration was done via Excels files. So it wasn't very flexible and not uniform across shops or countries.
Salomon, the French outdoor sports brand from the Alps, deployed tamigo across 11 countries in Europe to improve operations and payroll. Michaël Amsellen, Global Senior Retail Operations Manager, says the feedback was immediately positive.
Firstly, tamigo is easy to use and intuitive. Secondly, the tool fits in with other tools we have deployed in parallel, i.e., a SaaS solution capable of being used from any device.
According to Michaël, tamigo grants a uniform and global view over planned hours and productivity. And most importantly, brings Salomon's teams together in one shared system.
You can read the full Salomon and tamigo case here.
Read the full Hotel des Nordens case here.
tamigo has given both management and the employees an overview of rotas and wages, which we could not have gotten any other way.
Exclusive liquorice brand Lakrids by Johan Bülow switched to tamigo's Workforce Management solution in 2012. Handwritten rotas were replaced by updated and automated schedules, and Lakrids chose to register hours via tamigo’s time clock, Touch.
When you only have young people employed, it's a huge plus that communication about the rota and shift exchange takes place via text message on tamigo's user-friendly app.
tamigo has not only minimised time-consuming and manual tasks at Lakrids but has also vastly improved employee communication, says Anita Møllebro, Retail Design Manager.
Before tamigo, we sent emails to the staff, but they almost never reacted to them.
tamigo creates an overview, so you are always up to date. That's why tamigo is an invaluable tool.
Since 2014, tamigo Danhostel in Helsingør, Denmark, has been optimising staff management using tamigo. Previously, employees were registering their hours on pieces of paper.
It was a complete mess before, as employees registered their working hours on a piece of paper, which I then had to go through one by one… if they remembered to hand them in at all.
Whenever peak summer months arrive, Danhostel has to increase hiring. But despite all the new faces, it doesn’t take souchef Nicolai Stubtoft long to train them in how to use tamigo. After a brief intro, staff start exchanging shifts with one another without management having to be involved.
In the end, all I have to do is approve what the staff have already agreed upon amongst themselves, and that is just brilliant.
The rota is incredibly easy to manage for the inpidual planner. And because the rota is constantly updated with new and user-friendly features, it actually keeps getting easier and easier to use.
Restaurant chain Sticks’n’Sushi became tamigo’s first ever customer, back in 2006. And Operations Manager Tommy Hvid says that tamigo's financial overview has a direct influence on the chain’s revenue, as both management and planners can see whether planned hours align with budgets.
It's incredibly important that we’re able to see what shift schedules costs while we’re making them. In addition, tamigo accurately displays labour costs against revenues across all the restaurants. This flexibility and transparency is, for every restaurant, ‘spot on’.
Tommy also calls the tamigo app "genius". It gives both planners and employees access to key functions and information at anytime, anywhere. For example, when it comes to internal communication:
It's a huge plus that our staff can access our tamigo front page in the web solution and on the app to see pictures and descriptions of our internal campaigns and specials.
Being responsible for the payroll, I save a lot of time with tamigo. I can easily export all necessary components for the monthly salary from tamigo to our payroll system.
Every manager knows how hard it is to get an overview of KPIs in Excel. In searching for a solution, lingerie brand Triumph's Benelux operations looked to another European country for inspiration. Triumph’s HR Operations Specialist Lia Vos explains:
Our Triumph colleagues in Denmark were already working with tamigo to full satisfaction. It was therefore a logical step for Triumph Benelux to implement tamigo as well.
Lia Vos says that with just a few clicks, tamigo gives Triumph Benelux insights into budgets, productivity, wage percentage, revenue and labour costs. This makes it easy to benchmark the performance of all their Triumph stores.
Shopkeepers don't have time to read lengthy manuals. One of the key advantages of tamigo is that new shopkeepers only need a few hours of training.
The easily accessible online rota and the overview of wage percentages were just some of the reasons why the supermarket chain REMA 1000 chose tamigo over other workforce management solutions in 2008. HR Manager Svend Halse Petersen explains:
Other discount chains have other financial and shift schedule systems that require lengthy courses and continuous updates before the system creates value. We chose a different course of action and we have succeeded.
tamigo hasn't just had a positive effect on independent REMA 1000 shopkeepers. At the main office in Horsens, Denmark, tamigo helps minimize time-consuming admin tasks and gives HQ a fuller overview of company-wide performance.