OnShift Closes $3M Series B Funding

OnShift, a Cleveland, OH-based developer and provider of web-based staff scheduling and shift management software for healthcare companies, has closed a $3m Series B funding.

The round was led by a client (the name remained undisclosed) of West Capital Advisors, with participation from institutional investors Draper Triangle Ventures, Early Stage Partners and Glengary.

The company intends to use the capital to accelerate sales and marketing strategies and expand its presence in the healthcare industry.

Led by CEO Mark Woodka, OnShift allows long-term care and senior living providers to control labor costs by preventing overtime, managing open shifts, and operating with appropriate staffing levels.
Fully integrated with time-keeping, HR, clinical and payroll systems, the product predicts and prevents overtime and understaffing while dramatically reducing time spent on scheduling and managing open shifts.



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