We understand that it takes a whole host of systems to run an organisation. That's why we'll integrate with any existing solutions - be it HR, finance, attendance or patient/customer booking software.

We already have integrations with a variety of other software solutions, including;

  • Sage, Quickbooks, Xero, IRIS
  • Adastra (Clinical System)
  • iTrent (HR system)
  • ESR (NHS HR system)
  • BookingBug (online patient/customer booking system)


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What Our Customers Say

RotaMaster’s SMS and email reminders have been invaluable to our service – they remind staff who may otherwise forget their shift, and are an easy way to communicate with staff. Our staff really like the reminders and it prompts them to contact us if there are any issues such as sickness. This gives us more time to arrange cover.

Leonie Hylton - Operations Supervisor, City and Hackney Urgent Healthcare Social Enterprise

RotaMaster has totally transformed the way we manage our workforce and their shifts. It has allowed us to eliminate the cumbersome manual processes we had in place previously saving the organisation significant amounts of time and money.

David Phillips - Divisional Lead, North Wales Out of Hours Service

RotaMaster has totally transformed the way we manage our workforce and their shifts.  It has allowed us to eliminate the cumbersome manual processes we had in place previously saving the organisation significant amounts of time and money.

David Phillips - Divisional Lead

Now that all our HR data is stored in one central place we no longer have to worry if the spreadsheets we are relying upon are actually the latest versions. With relevant access rights, the team is now able to share and rely upon real-time, up-to-date HR information on a daily basis. Having grown to 300+ staff, the people+ module from the RotaMaster suite was long overdue and represents a massive improvement in HR management for us.

Janet Dawson - HR & Training Support Officer, East Lancashire Medical Services