Case Study: Save the Children

Save the Children needed to build a leadership team and an engaged workforce with the right competencies. They decided on an integrated approach to talent management that included competency modeling, performance management, learning management, and succession planning solutions. Learn how it allowed the organization to develop a leadership pipeline, enhance skills, and create a more engaged workforce.

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Brewing Up a Better Schedule for a Product with Many Variables

For the coffee producer Mother Parkers, scheduling coffee production across two plants was an ever-increasing challenge. Mother Parkers decided to take proactive steps toward consolidating its day-to-day scheduling data by engaging Supply Chain Consultants (SCC) to help. SCC applied its scheduling algorithms to improve schedule attainment, visibility, and stability—exactly what Mother Parkers needed. Read More

Dynamic Scheduling: The Missing Link to Mastering Field Mobility?

Source Refrigeration & HVAC needed an automated scheduling solution to round out its mobile initiative for a workforce of nearly 500 field technicians. Ease of integration was a key consideration for Source. Find out why the company found IFS 360 Scheduling's dynamic solution appealing. Read More

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Coeur D’Alene School District’s director of maintenance was looking for ways to help the district save money. Knowing that the district was spending a lot on energy and that an element of energy waste was involved, he decided to search for an energy management solution for the district’s classroom computers. Find out more about the software-based desktop computer energy management solution the district implemented. Read More
 
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