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transavia.com Selects Kronos AD OPT for Crew Rostering
One of the lesser talked about business divisions of Kronos Inc. is Montreal, Canada–based AD OPT, a provider of crew planning optimization solutions for the

kronos competitors  com Selects Kronos AD OPT for Crew Rostering One of the lesser talked about business divisions of Kronos Inc. is Montreal, Canada–based AD OPT , a provider of crew planning optimization solutions for the airline industry, which Kronos acquired in 2004. The company has been in this space for more than 25 years and its core focus is to deliver customized solutions for the tricky task of flight crew planning and scheduling for airlines whose aim is to increase operational efficiency. Most Read More
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Kronos Announces Latest Version of TeleStaff Public Safety Scheduling Solution
High-level enhancements in TeleStaff 2.8 were announced by Kronos last week—Microsoft database compatibility, bidding, reporting, and data consolidation. It is

kronos competitors  product in conjunction with Kronos for a full workforce management (WFM) solution. TeleStaff has always been strong in fire, police, sheriff, and emergency medical services (EMS) organizations, but it is quickly picking up speed in correctional facilities and in higher education campus safety organizations. Sales of the solution are also growing in Canada and in the US federal government space. The primary competitors for TeleStaff are VCS (Visual Computer Solutions) in New Jersey, InTime Solutions in Read More
Kronos Improves its Healthcare Acuity via the OptiLink Buy
My recent in-depth report from the KronosWorks 2011 conference entitled KronosWorks 2011: Beyond Time Clocks for Modern Workforce Management asserted that

kronos competitors  long-term care organizations use Kronos Workforce Central solutions every day. Other notable competitors in the space are API Healthcare, McKesson , and Lawson Software (part of Infor ). What Is OptiLink? Headquartered in a suburb of Portland, Oregon (US), OptiLink helps health care organizations such as Intermountain Healthcare , Seton Family Healthcare , and Tenet Healthcare Corporation to align staffing levels to actual patient needs. The OptiLink acuity solution empowers nursing executives and their Read More
Forever 21 Selects Kronos for Global Workforce Management
Kronos Inc., a provider of workforce management (WFM) software, keeps on posting great results due to growth in cloud deployments and brand new customer wins

kronos competitors  not be surprised if Kronos prevailed over fierce global competitors such as Infor Workbrain , Ceridian Dayforce , JDA Software/RedPrairie , and others in a lengthy evaluation process.  As employee satisfaction is a key focus for Forever 21, the retailer reportedly selected Kronos for the solution’s ease of use and global track record for end-user adoption. With one solution for all of its WFM needs, Kronos will offer Forever 21 a comprehensive view of labor costs on a global basis. For timekeeping, Read More
KronosWorks 2011: Beyond Time Clocks for Modern Workforce Management
Kronos, the company that introduced the first micro-processor time clock in the 1970s, knows how tricky workforce management (WFM) can be. In this article, TEC

kronos competitors  the workforce management problem, Kronos just seems to chug along nicely. The vendor is benefiting not necessarily from a dearth of competitors but rather from major competitors’ lack of dedicated sales and marketing. With the relatively high penetration rates of the time clock and WFM markets, big competitors have lost interest and/or the expertise. Without specialized expertise, these vendors see their WFM win rates shrink and their marketing budgets get slashed, with headcount cuts likely to follow Read More
Oracle Sails Slower In The Low Tide, But Mayday Signal Is Quite Far-Fetched
For a longer time than most of its competitors, Oracle seemed to have defied a global economic slowdown. The 64,000 dollar question is whether Oracle’s tamed

kronos competitors  Sails Slower In The Low Tide, But Mayday Signal Is Quite Far-Fetched Oracle Sails Slower In The Low Tide, But Mayday Signal Is Quite Far-Fetched P.J. Jakovljevic - April 16, 2001 Event Summary  Oracle Corporation , the largest database provider and one of the largest providers of software applications for e-business, said on March 20 it plans to cut 866 jobs, or 2% of its workforce, in an attempt to reduce costs amid a slowing economy. As it warned earlier, Oracle posted Q3 2001 results below Read More
What Are Your Competitors Telling You? A Case Study: SAP's New Advertising Campaign
SAP has a new marketing campaign. What does this mean for competitors, prospective buyers, and business-to-business marketing professionals? This case study

kronos competitors  Are Your Competitors Telling You? A Case Study: SAP's New Advertising Campaign Overview You need to pay close attention to your competitors' marketing campaigns, and not just to stay on top of their positioning strategies. Detecting a change signals the need to thoroughly re-evaluate the competitor and to consider how that change may affect you. Such a change could indicate a management change at your competitor, a new company strategy, a change in target market, pressure from other competitors, or Read More
Three Cs of Successful Positioning: The Competition
Learn how to avoid the most deadly sin of all marketing—using the same position or a similar one as your competitor, and not knowing it.

kronos competitors  Cs of Successful Positioning: The Competition Keep Positioning Simple: Hit It Where They Ain't. Long before marketers discovered positioning, early baseball great Wee Willie Keeler (lifetime batting average .345) summed up how to score on the competition: Hit it where they ain't. In positioning your B2B software, that means making a unique claim that sets you apart from the competition. Of course, like a well-placed hit, it's even better if it makes the other guys look like they are playing out Read More
Smaller Vendors Can Still Provide Relevant Business Systems Part Five: Challenges and User Recommendations
Having to deliver a number of functionalities through third-party solutions, which are natively offered by many larger competitors, may deter some interface

kronos competitors  Vendors Can Still Provide Relevant Business Systems Part Five: Challenges and User Recommendations Smaller Vendors Can Still Provide Relevant Business Systems Part Five: Challenges and User Recommendations P.J. Jakovljevic - January 28, 2005 Challenges Relevant Business Systems, ( http://www.chainlinkresearch.com/parallaxview/articles/RightAid.htm ), a privately-held San Ramon, CA-based provider of enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions that helps mid-size and large aerospace and defense Read More
Bentley Extends Commitment to Siemens PLM Software
The 3D computed-aided design (CAD) world continues to be co-opetitive. Many of the situations where fierce competitors end up using each other’s tools in their

kronos competitors  Extends Commitment to Siemens PLM Software The 3D computed-aided design (CAD) world continues to be co-opetitive. Many of the situations where fierce competitors end up using each other’s tools in their competing products are circumstantial, i.e., those products were using tools supplied by a software company before it was acquired by a competitor. For example, the Parasolid 3D geometric modeling kernel was developed originally by ShapeData and was used by SolidWorks well before Dassault Read More
Integrated Workforce Management (WFM) Platforms: Fact or Fiction? - Part 2
Part 1 of this blog series analyzed the major modules of integrated workforce management (WFM) suites that organizations can deploy to better schedule and

kronos competitors  products included those from Kronos and RedPrairie Corporation , given those two vendors’ notable recent moves in the WFM field. While Part 1 detailed the  data collection ,  time and attendance (T&A),  labor activities, and  absence  management modules of WFM (and their respective importance), Part 2 will focus on the forecasting and scheduling, reporting and analytics, and  talent management  parts of WFM. Forecasting and Scheduling applications are all about deploying the right personnel Read More
Mid-market Strategies: Innovation for the Midsize Enterprise
Small and midsize companies must improve their decision-making abilities to respond quickly to changing market conditions@and compete with larger competitors

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Kronos—Catering to Workforce Management Needs of SMBs
Addressing the workforce management (WFM) needs of small to medium businesses (SMBs) is not an easy task. Kronos has taken a more practical approach than most

kronos competitors  most enterprise software vendors, Kronos realized the potential that lies in working with smaller businesses. This market segment comprises a large number of enterprises and thus offers much opportunity to vendors, but it is not without its challenges. For one, small to medium businesses (SMBs) demand a lot of value for their money, simply because they are not high revenue generating. Also, software vendors tend to struggle with appeasing their SMB clients, as they typically have to strip down features Read More
Solving Enterprise Problems: The Fully-integrated Solution of IQMS
Though superficially, IQMS, a small, quiet ERP provider, may be similar to its competitors, by offering fully-integrated applications and services that are

kronos competitors  with the likes of Kronos . It also minimizes time required for labor data input. The product generates payroll timecards or output file for external payroll systems (since native integration with the IQ Payroll module is available only in the US). It also generates more accurate job costing information by allowing labor tracking to specific tasks. The module provides links to labor reporting for production reporting or job costing in JobShopIQ , IQ Project manager , or IQ Preventive Maintenance modules, Read More

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