Got WIM? How to Save Time & Money by Integrating Your WFC Platform

Toni Birdsong — Jul 2019

If you stop to inventory the different types of software needed to keep your workforce afloat, the numbers would likely make your head spin. IT spending is at an all time high and thanks to little developments like AI, machine learning, and automated performance management, those numbers are expected to leap by another 25 percent in the next year, according to Deloitte.

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Key Benefits of Integrating Kronos

Jenna Ryckman — Mar 2017

The average for IT spending per employee, across all other industries (excluding government and education), is just under $9.9 thousand. At the other end of the scale, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) spends over $187.5 thousand per employee. With organizations spending this much on software, it is crucial to create a strategic way for each application to work together as a cooperative system. Workforce management software, specifically, cannot exist in a silo; it needs to exchange data with multiple other systems. Kronos Workforce Integration Manager, also known as WIM, streamlines the process of data sharing between a Kronos application and outside systems. Payroll, HR, and Enterprise Resource Planning systems are just a few of the third party systems that can communicate with Kronos applications. The task of integrating your Kronos application with multiple third-party systems can seem daunting and complex, but can prove to be a completely worthwhile investment. Here are three key reasons why your organization would benefit from integration:

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Don't Hesitate to Integrate: The Benefits of Integrating Kronos WFC

Jenna Ryckman — Nov 2016

 As the world becomes increasingly digital, organizations are beginning to spend more on IT. Worldwide IT spending reached a high of $3.4 trillion dollars and is forecasted to rise to $3.8 trillion by the year 2020. Hardware and software projects will make up 35% of those trillions of dollars. With organizations spending so much on different types of software, the challenge becomes creating a strategic way for each application to work together as a cooperative system.

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Integrate with Kronos - a Dynamics interface out of the box

Bryan deSilva — Dec 2014

If you are a Dynamics ERP user (well and of course a Kronos Workforce Timekeeper user) your life just got a little easier. 

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Kronos - Do you want Excel with that Timekeeper?

Raymond Ney — Sep 2013

Customers spend a lot of money implementing and/or upgrading Kronos, so it only makes sense to get as much out of it as possible. So, what else can we do with it? Do we total the data and put it in a spreadsheet? Is it better presented as on a Report, in a Genie, or as a CSV file? What information is going to be beneficial to extract; what’s better to put in an email? What else can we do with Genies?

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What's WIM got to do with it? (a.k.a. Kronos Connect)

Raymond Ney — Jul 2012

What is integration? Why the constant desire to integrate Kronos data with other vendors?

I was wondering about this "new" Kronos integration. Do what? You mean I can see my employee data in more than one system?! It has been so long since I talked about integration a.k.a. interfacing, I almost had to wiki "API"! Integration is not always easy, but some things can be.

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Creating a Kronos Genie to Check Employee Import Data

Jeffry Charnow — Jun 2012

Checking the Kronos Employee Import

Remember Genies can be created to show lots of employee based info. If you are in the Kronos implementation phase and having troubles with the Employee Import, you should create a genie with as much of the important employee information as you can. This way an average user can easily Select All /Export to Excel and they can tell you what is wrong with it.

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