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Pssst! Are Your Kronos Configuration Gaps Showing?

Toni Birdsong — Jan 2019

Most everyone using a workforce management platform has them: Configuration gaps that are causing efficiency, revenue, and possibly compliance deficits year after year.

You can feel the lag weighing down your workflow but haven’t stopped to figure out exactly how to shore up the weak areas in your process. Studies show that half the people using Kronos aren’t maximizing their platforms and that, in general, the underuse of purchased technology costs companies a staggering $31 million a year.

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Kronos Analytics in Higher Education: Interpreting the Data

Jenna Ryckman — Sep 2016

Kronos Analytics is proving to be a game changer in multiple different industries. The Kronos Reporting and Analytics functions of version 8 are more visually compelling and full of actionable insight. The new layout implements improved navigation to allow for easy accessibility of data. There are integrated features from MicroStrategy’s 9.4.1 platform, along with geospatial visualization. It is no longer enough to simply see a dashboard with predictive analytics; the new analytics feature is prescriptive, responding to violations and situations by sending alerts and changing schedules accordingly, without any input of a manager. Time and cost effective, prescriptive analytics allow managers to focus on tasks beyond labor analytics. All these features and more are revolutionizing the way Higher Education collects and interprets big data.

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Falling in Love with Kronos Analytics: How to get ROI from Analytics

Jenna Ryckman — Feb 2016

Love is in the air. Valentines Day is just around the corner, promising a day full of sentiments, chocolate, and probably some broken hearts. Falling in love is one of the most unique and fascinating feelings in the world. In fact, falling in love is known to pact the same neurological effects as cocaine.  Both falling in love and taking a dose of cocaine will give your brain similar feelings and a sensation of euphoria.  Falling in love produces several euphoria-inducing chemicals in your body that will stimulate about 12 areas of an individual’s brain.

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