Shiftboard is a software developed to help organizations manage their employees and workforce. Founded in 2002, Shiftboard has grown since and is now known for providing an efficient and effective way to schedule shifts in a shift-based workforce environment. The Shiftboard website states that it has supported over 160 million shifts being scheduled and $2 billion in wages earned.
There are three different options for plans and pricing: Basic plan for $2 per user, Professional plan for $4 per user, and Enterprise plan for $7 per user. All three plans provide mobile app access which can be downloaded from the Apple App Store and Google Play. Each organization, when signed up, gets its own Shiftboard website and the users can sign in using the email address they provided to the organization.
A list of featured customers of Shiftboard shows that many well-known organizations, including big corporations, are the users of Shiftboard. This includes Disney, Sundance Institute, the Museum of Modern Art, AT&T Performing Arts Center, Tribeca Film Festival, Vancouver International Film Festival, Walton Arts Center, the 5th Avenue Theatre, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and Museum of History & Industry.
Because each Shiftboard website can only be accessed by signing in, I was not able to see how exactly the other arts organizations utilize Shiftboard, but I found one arts organization that is using the sign-in page as more than a sign-in page. San Francisco Museum of Modern Art uses the Shiftboard sign-in page for the new volunteers to register and also to schedule their volunteer hours when they do register.
Shiftboard is very open to meeting the needs of the customers and provides flexibility in configuration that fits the customers’ needs. If you are interested, Shiftboard offers free and customed demo upon request.