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The University of Nottingham case study
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.

Silverton case study
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.

Vaillant case study
Vaillant Boilers: Making absence management easy

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.

Bruichladdich case study
Bruichladdich: Transitioning to cloud-based absence management

Before edays, they were using outdated and time-consuming paper and spreadsheet processes to manage absences.

Sano Physiotherapy case study
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.

BNP Paribas case study
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.

See Tickets case study
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.

Dentons case study
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.

Little Jungle case study
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.

Sony Music case study
Sony Music: Achieving 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.

Willis Towers Watson case study
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.

Informa case study
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.