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Implementation is the point at which the employee scheduling, leave management and timekeeping software becomes available to the end user. Depending on the project requirements, you may also utilize this time to perform a straight cutover, transferring data and components from the old system to the new one.
The design phase in workforce management software development is an important stage that ensures the successful implementation of the software project. The decisions taken in the design phase regarding technology, users, procedures, testing and training etc. play a significant role in the final shape of the employee scheduling, leave management and timekeeping product.
Designing and implementing a workforce management system is an on going process. The information provided will position your company to successfully implement employee scheduling and timekeeping solutions that work.
With over 20 years of experience in the workforce management industry, we are well aware that employee scheduling can sometimes be a headache-inducing task. We’ve highlighted some of the most common headache causes below, and provide you with a suggestion on how to treat them!