eee8a9f753640d5c3df107bbd06ec43a821ddf3b_rosterfy-go1-copy.jpg and Rosterfy set to redefine global training and workforce management in new partnership

Scott Cooper
2019-08-09, the world’s largest online training marketplace, is pleased to announce a landmark worldwide partnership with Rosterfy, the global leading workforce management platform for volunteers, paid staff and contractors. This partnership will bring together two of Australia’s fastest growing technology companies to provide the most comprehensive solution worldwide for workforce management, inductions and online training.


Rosterfy works alongside an array of clients around the world from sporting federations and major events to charities, universities and local Governments, providing an end to end platform to centralise their workforce processes. With clients ranging from the past three Super Bowls and London Marathon to Hockey Australia and the Los Angeles Sports Commission, Rosterfy are rapidly expanding their offering to now over 15 countries worldwide. will enhance Rosterfy’s ability to increase volunteer and paid workforce engagement retention while saving clients significant administration costs, time and resources – a major boon to any organisation.

The partnership will allow Rosterfy’s clients to access for induction and learning purposes through the portal to provide greater engagement with the workforce.

“Rosterfy eliminates the pain of managing a large workforce – be they volunteers, casual or contract roles. These workforce members constantly require training and we’ve been looking for a solution that’s easy to use, access and with high-quality content. From day one Rosterfy has always had basic training modules, but we realised the market needed a specialist - and that is why we are working with Go1. Their solution is flexible, cost-effective and their library of content takes the hassle out of building your own,” Rosterfy co-founder Shannan Gove said.

Gove continued, “we’re delighted to partner with Go1 which offers a flexible way for people to get upskilled anytime, anywhere.” UK general manager Mark Bolton hailed the partnership as a great step forward for all clients, in particular for sporting federations and event resource management.

“We’re excited to ink this partnership, which will strategically benefit both organisations and enhance the learning and training capabilities of Rosterfy’s clients.

“Rosterfy has the who’s who of clients on its roster and we look forward to helping them kick even more goals as they continue to grow,” Mr Bolton said.

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