To become part of TAP, technology partners will be given access to development tools that ensure seamless integration with SwipeClock’s workforce management solutions. Once part of the program, TAP members can communicate with SwipeClock’s partners about their solutions. Current TAP members include iSystems, Execupay, and Baker Technology Consulting.
As part of the program, SwipeClock has created a TAP directory so that partners have all the information they need at their fingertips, including a description of the integration and supporting technical data. This eliminates the need to call SwipeClock or TAP members every time information is needed to support one of their clients who can benefit from an integrated solution.
“TAP allows us to more easily facilitate strategic partnerships with leading technology companies to increase the number of products that interface directly with our workforce management solutions,” said Coleman Barney, CEO of SwipeClock. “By having a large number of qualified TAP companies, partners have more options to meet their client’s specific needs in a rapidly changing market.”
Technology companies can now quickly and easily apply to become a TAP partner on SwipeClock’s website.
SwipeClock is a leader in simple and affordable workforce management solutions. More than 1,000 payroll and HR service providers partner with SwipeClock, empowering 35,000+ businesses and their 1,000,000+ employees to reduce labor costs, comply with regulations, and maximize profits.
SwipeClock solutions streamline HR management, from applicant tracking to timekeeping, advanced scheduling, benefits enrollment, secure online document storage, employee engagement and automated workflows. These solutions are integrated and mobile-ready.
SwipeClock and its partners help employers transform labor from a cost of doing business to a competitive advantage.