Customer success stories.
See how other businesses like yours are using Edays to transform the way they approach employee absence.
John Clark Motor Group: Driving Innovation with Absence Software
John Clark Motor Group is a family run new and used car dealership group based in Scotland. The number one driver for needing a system like Edays was the business’ reliance on manual holiday forms and self-sickness-reporting to manage absences, which was incredibly time consuming across the 26 sites.
ASOS revolutionises employee absence management.
ASOS, a world-renowned online fashion retailer, implemented the Edays absence management solution to improve employee experience and better streamline their processes.
Trimble centralises absence management within a global organisation.
Trimble first approached Edays in 2012 to streamline their absence management processes and enhance their employee experience.
Monster Energy reduces holiday booking time by over 300%.
Monster Energy, a globally recognized soft drinks manufacturer, implemented the Edays absence management solution to improve visibility of absence across their organization and transition away from a system of complex spreadsheets.
Filtermist: Managing Absence alongside M&A and business growth.
HR wanted an absence solution that allowed them to continue to achieve the company’s focus on continuous improvement and offer greater autonomy to Filtermist’s workforce.
IATA: Landing global absence visibility.
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) adopted Edays’ absence management solution to replace a system that wasn’t ready-made for tracking and consolidating absence data from across the world.
London Luton Airport: Stopping the unhealthy race for holiday.
London Luton Airport first appointed Edays in 2014 after a successful tender to replace their paper and spreadsheet-based holiday system that had become unsustainable as they grew.
Cordek: Revolutionizing employee absence with automation.
Having recently upgraded to Edays version 5, Cordek is using the latest version of Edays absence management to better manage sickness and annual leave throughout their business.
Wirtgen cites Edays as the best thing they’ve done for their people.
Wirtgen Group approached Edays at the end of 2019 to replace their bespoke holiday management system that had grown to be no longer fit for purpose.
4finance: Improving local absence compliance.
4finance, one of Europe’s largest digital consumer lending groups, implemented the Edays absence management solution to improve local regulatory compliance and better utilize their absence data.
Lambert Smith Hampton: Increasing occupational health referrals with absence intelligence.
Lambert Smith Hampton, one of the UK and Ireland’s leading property consultancies, first approached Edays to improve the wellbeing of their workforce and optimize the running of their HR department.
Accessible absence intelligence spearheads wellbeing at McClures.
By using Edays, W McClure Ltd can now conveniently check and obtain absence data through one screen and offer expert medical advice to ill employees at the click of a button.
Informa: Deploying a global solution to solve complex local compliance.
Informa is a leading international event, intelligence, and scholarly research group first formed in 1998. Prior to Edays, Informa was struggling to manage employee absences due to the complex structure of their business.
Syngenta: HR teams immediately benefit from statutory absence reporting.
Syngenta AG was using a manual process to track employee leave, which was causing an issue with regards to the country-specific rules for leave entitlement accruals, which caused financial issues as well as resulting in an increased workload for HR.
Willis Towers Watson: A global absence solution for a global brand.
Willis Towers Watson had no approach to tracking employee absences across their business, which was causing management huge issues.
Sony Music achieves 100% employee adoption with Edays.
Within a month of the Edays implementation, Sony Music had reported full adoption of the absence management platform along with superb user feedback.
ENSEK: Thriving with online absence management.
ENSEK replaced the complex system of paper and spreadsheets they were previously using with one secure centralized absence management platform.
Little Jungle: Improving HR data security and absence visibility.
They initially approached Edays to increase the security in which their employee data is stored and to gain better visibility over important HR documents.
Dentons: Driving wellbeing with better absence management.
With a rapidly expanding business, Dentons was using a paper-based system and required a solution that would make managing employee holidays easy.
See Tickets: Evolving absence beyond paper & spreadsheets.
See Tickets were using manual paper processes to manage holidays, which was causing them problems when it came to processing holiday requests.
Robson Lister: Removing manual processes to create better absence experience.
Robson Lister was using paper and spreadsheets to manage absences, which they found extremely time-consuming.
BNP Paribas: Elevating the employee experience with self-service.
BNP first approached Edays after they acquired Fortis, an asset management group. This new part of the business needed a user-friendly system to book holidays and log sickness on.
Sano Physiotherapy: Restoring confidence in absence data for essential reporting.
Due to rapid business growth, Sano had outgrown their existing absence system of paper and spreadsheets, making it unmanageable.
Bruichladdich: Transitioning to cloud-based absence management.
Before Edays, they were using outdated and time-consuming paper and spreadsheet processes to manage absences.
Making absence management easy for Vaillant Boilers.
Vaillant came to Edays looking for a system that would reduce the number of mistakes being made throughout their absence booking process due to a lack of visibility and oversight.
Silverton Aggregates: Empowering employees to take responsibility for absence.
Silverton was using manually updating a spreadsheet to manage their absences. The spreadsheet had numerous issues, with many staff booking more holidays than they had.
Education Alliance: Becoming paperless to reduce absence admin.
Education Alliance contacted Edays to transition away from an information system they had adapted to record instances of absence, which had very limited reporting functionality.
University of Nottingham: Waving goodbye to paper and spreadsheets.
Edays worked with The University of Nottingham to remove the manual absence processes that were hindering the visibility of absence across their organization.
Creative Media Network: Solving complex local compliance.
CMG approached Edays for a system that could cope with the complex and unique holiday and absence rules in the Netherlands.
Lee & Thompson: Increasing visibility of holiday and absence organisation-wide.
Lee & Thompson were using an outdated and time-consuming paper and spreadsheet process for employee absence.
Sony Pictures: Implementing a global absence tracking to compliment Workday.
Sony Pictures were using paper and spreadsheets to up manage and track absence and after being recommended to Edays by Sony Music, they decided to take a trial.