SISQUAL WFM reaches the mark of 200,000 employees managed with the tool in Brazil
Still considered one of the most attractive countries to invest among the BRICs, the Brazilian economy has put to the test many multinationals that decided to start their operations in the “Tupiniquins” lands.
However, the difficulties faced by the country in recent years did not intimidate SISQUAL, the IT company specialised in developing tools for Workforce Management (WFM), considered by Gartner one of the main WFM players of the World and the only Latin originated among the top ten. On March 2019, the company has reached the mark of 200,000 employees managed with SISQUAL® WFM in Brazil.
For SISQUAL´s COO, José Pedro Fernandes, achieving this historical milestone in such a short time shows not only that the company’s strategies are going according to the plan, but also that health institutions, retailers and service companies saw in SISQUAL more than a management software provider: “They saw in us a strategic partner, able to offer management solutions that generate significant results, related to efficiency and cost reduction.”
In order to maintain a growth rate similar to previous years’ performance, which turned around three digits, the company is fully aware that the challenge is big, but the Sales Director of SISQUAL Brazil, Fernando Zucki, is confident that it will be achieved: “2019 is already a great year for SISQUAL, we have already managed to overcome the sales figures of last year and we still have many months to make this the best year of the company’s history”.
The Portuguese multinational has created, over the years, strong foundations to ensure its growth and positions itself as a pioneer in the markets where it operates, being reckoned as an indispensable solution to reduce costs and increase productivity by over 700 customers in the entire world, managing about 1 million employees with its tools.
To reach the mark of 200,000 “Sisqualins” – as the employees managed by the SISQUAL® WFM are tenderly designated here – was only the first big step towards 2019’s goal completion, which is to reach 400,000 people managed by its workforce management and productivity solutions in Brazil.