ParTech partners with Workpop to help restaurants maintain up-to-date employee data

ParTech Inc., a provider of POS and workforce efficiency solutions to the restaurant and retail industries, has partnered with Workpop, a hiring and onboarding solution, to enable PAR's cloud-based Brink POS software to seamlessly connect with Workpop's Applicant Hiring System, providing shared customers real-time access to personnel changes made in Workpop, according to a company press release.
Shared customers will benefit from a seamless integration designed to help restaurants and retail businesses maintain up-to-date employee data via Brink software. New employees added to Workpop sync to Brink immediately upon activation, and the integration requires no additional manual entry. The integration can also synchronize employee terminations in Workpop to Brink, Workpop co-founder and Co-CEO Reed Shaffner said in the release.
Workpop is the first applicant tracking system that has an API integration to Brink in real-time, which means it works faster than batching CSV files, ensuring higher record accuracy and less friction in customers' new hire workflows, he said.
"This integration provides Workpop and Brink customers with a seamless connection, and the peace of mind that comes from knowing that employee records are always current and accurate," Shaffner said. "We are proud to be working with a leading company like PAR to bring its Brink customers a unique solution in the labor management space."
The integration is also quick to deploy, so shared customers of Brink and Workpop can be up and running in weeks, not months.
"We are excited to welcome Workpop to Brink's extensive partner ecosystem," said Par Chief Strategy Officer Paul Rubin. "This partnership further expands Brinks offerings to customers and enables restaurant managers to easily access and maintain up-to-date records of employees and prospects in a secure platform."

Topics: POS, Systems / Technology

Companies: PAR Technology Corporation

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