Software Developer Expands

ClockOn, the Umina based software developer of rostering, attendance and payroll systems is expanding and has leased space in the Riverside Office Tower at West Gosford.
ClockOn is another Central Coast IT success story. The concept of developing an affordable time and attendance, rostering, HR and Payroll system for small business came from Dr Graham Mylne and with a Federal Start-Up Grant almost twenty years ago founded ClockOn operating it from his home in Umina.
With continued research and development over the years ClockOn software has evolved into a sophisticated product range providing employment software customised to individual employees and their unique awards and agreements.
ClockOn now employs fourteen staff, 390 clients and 23,000 users across Australia including pharmaceutical companies dentists and medical centres, hotels and clubs and supermarkets.
Last year the company reached a point where they saw that to grow further they needed to employ a CEO and appointed LNV Samy a senior executive with thirty years’ experience in the IT industry.
Their next step was to move into an office space that would allow the company to almost triple its workforce as part of a new growth strategy that includes a global outlook.
Their growth plans required an investment of $400,000 and this has been facilitated with a Regional Growth Loan from the Jobs for NSW that provides financial support to start-ups and emerging and fast-growth small to medium enterprises to build momentum and grow jobs.
Dr Milne said, “The assistance from Jobs for NSW has allowed us to enhance our products to meet market demand and accelerate our growth. By developing our digital sales and marketing team we will be able to increase our presence in interstate and overseas markets and grow our customer base.”