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CDCR Selects Kronos TeleStaff to Manage Staff
The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) selected the TeleStaff solution from Kronos Inc. to standardize more than 35,000 staff

manual ellipse  solution replaced a disparate, manual legacy system that required time-consuming analysis and validation, and lacked the ability to apply business rules consistently across the department.   TelsStaff, which Kronos acquired in 2011, develops public safety scheduling software and competes mostly against smaller vendors or homegrown manual or semimanual systems. Some of those smaller competitors include InTime, Visual Computer Solutions (VCS), IntelliTime, Orion Communications , and Emerald City Software

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