Cambridgeshire based small businesses can apply for a Destination Digital grant of up to £4,000 to fund digital projects that they would not otherwise have been able to afford. This includes Webroster.net services.
Designed to streamline your processes for creating rosters, timesheets and invoicing into one easy to use system, Webroster.net is the ultimate web based workforce management software. Webroster.net stores comprehensive staff and client details, matching staff skills to client requirements in order to generate a roster. Timesheets are automatically created from that roster which can be used to generate invoices and payroll data.
As well as systems such as Webroster.net small businesses can use the Destination Digital grant to get a 40% discount on digital equipment and services, which can be anything from cloud computing to website upgrades. Destination Digital will also provide free tailored business support and workshops to help businesses exploit digital technology and apply for grants.
Destination Digital is a new countywide scheme to help hundreds of small and medium sized businesses get better broadband connectivity and utilise digital technology. Destination Digital is part of Connecting Cambridgeshire and will run from February 2014 to March 2015.
Destination Digital will complement the current roll-out of superfast broadband by Connecting Cambridgeshire to over 90% of homes and business across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough with better broadband for all communities, by the end of 2015.