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After the clouds clear

November 11, 2015

clearing-the-cloudA Verizon report concludes that cloud computing is no longer a differentiator. I agree. With over 90% of our customers choosing a Kronos cloud solution in our fiscal year that ended on September 30th, it seems the playing field is again leveled for them. They all benefit from high availability and performance of their applications, plus their scarce IT resources can focus on applications that are mission critical to their operation.

So now what? How can customers achieve competitive advantage with their Kronos workforce management software when they’re all in the cloud?

  • Have your users fully adopted the system and are they using it to the fullest?
  • Are they well trained on everything they can do with it?
  • How well integrated is your software with other key systems?
  • Does the configuration of your software match your workforce management processes of today? Your Kronos system may have been implemented years ago, and things change. Mergers, acquisitions, labor laws, collective bargaining agreements… If you’re wondering if your system is really aligned with all these changes, we can help.

You’ve invested significant resources in your workforce management system to help you control labor costs, minimize compliance risk, and improve workforce productivity. Make sure you’re still using your software in a way that gives you competitive advantage.

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  1. November 12, 2015 9:15 am

    Thanks for sharing; last sentence and probably the most important IMHO; “68% reported that they need to invest in cloud and software as a service (SaaS) to achieve business priorities.”

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