Organisations in Australia and across the world are increasingly seeking digital solutions to meet their workforce management and compliance challenges and an Australian innovation is leading the way.
MyPass Global is a digital workforce management system, designed to streamline safety and compliance in highly regulated industries. Centred around a Skills Passport, MyPass addresses the universal challenge of workforce skills and compliance tracking, by connecting workers, employers, and training providers in one central web-based portal.
MyPass enables businesses to attract, develop and retain skilled workers while reducing risk and operational costs.
Founded in Australia in 2015, MyPass was supported by the NERA Industry Growth Centre to complete a pilot program. Based on the success of the pilot, MyPass secured subsequent funding from METS Ignited to enabled the company to commercialise and expand to meet global demand.
MyPass is already used by more than 600 companies with approximately 52,000 users and is becoming industry standard for compliance in highly-regulated sectors.
AIX Managing Director, Adrian Beer said this project showed how innovation created originally for Australia’s resources sector could be expanded into other parts of the economy, including applications for Government departments.
“We need to increasingly commercialise Australian innovation – by thinking differently we can solve industry challenges,” he said.
“MyPass plan to leverage the funding from METS Ignited to expand globally into North and South America.
“MyPass is an exemplar of Australian innovation. The commercialisation of this innovative homegrown solution has enabled global access to our local capability, which has been embraced across multiple industry sectors.”
MyPass anticipates doubling its workforce and revenue in the first year of global expansion.
- Improved operational efficiencies
- Increased high-value, regional and Indigenous jobs
- The availability of real-time assurance for companies in highly regulated sectors
- Application by Government Departments, including Volunteering and Health.
The ecosystem has grown 9% month on month since 2019.
Revenue expected to triple within two years.
Workforce both in Australia and overseas has doubled in the first year.