Mumba Cloud is proud to have collaborated with ISS Facility Services in the development and delivery of the Mumba powered MyISS employee self-service mobile app, which recently won the 2017 Australian HR Award in the “Best Use of Technology” category.
The MyISS app secured the prestigious award despite strong competition from major brands including; Commonwealth Bank, Hugo Boss, Mantra Group and McDonald’s Australia.
The awards ceremony, which was held on Friday 8th September, provides recognition of HR professionals at the pinnacle of Industry best practice in Australia.
The MyISS app is highly versatile and enables staff to undertake a number of key functions including leave applications, accessing pay information and viewing rosters. In addition, staff are also able to access company information, edit personal details and receive important communications all in real time.
MyISS, which is being rolled out across the entire ISS Pacific Organisation (12,000 employees) is currently being utilised by 4,600 ISS employees. The extent of its success is evident from the enthusiastic response from staff, endorsed by already receiving 140,000 logins over a short period of time.
Not only has the MyISS app been responsible for considerable savings through a vast reduction in printing and other forms of paperwork, but, in addition, a recent staff survey found that 94% of respondents across two states believed that MyISS simplified things workwise, whilst 86% agreed that ‘MyISS made ISS a better employer’.
Whilst Mumba continues to work with ISS to develop new features and benefits for the MyISS app, other organisations would also benefit greatly from the exemplary value that Mumba’s Enterprise Mobility Solution provides.
Mumba Cloud is ideal for companies, such as ISS, with large or dispersed workforces and is easily configured to meet the business objectives of its customers.
Not only is Mumba available on any device, hosted in the cloud and highly cost effective to deploy but unlike other systems, Mumba does not require large upfront or ongoing capital costs.