Syncing Outlook calendars ensures everyone is on the same page so there are no embarrassing booking conflicts. Schedulers know that whatever they schedule is in a user’s Outlook calendar and they can see what users have booked in their own calendar.
Just like a penalty shootout, syncing scheduling sounds like an easy and fundamental thing to do but it is actually quite complex. This is why Timewatch products are world beaters.
Our products are highly configurable and can perfectly match your business needs today and in the future. Timewatch support is excellent, we do not outsource, and specifically design our software so that it that needs less support than others.
As one of the largest health and pharmacy companies in the world, millions of people rely on one of our customers to help them stay healthy efficiently – and save time and money doing so. That’s why training all staff to be the best they can be is a key component of this company’s success.
Customers tell us that they choose Timewatch® over other options on the market because they need a long term solution – something they won’t need to replace every year, something they won’t outgrow, something that is configurable, something that will meet their needs today but has enough flexibility to adapt to future challenges.
Better Technology Systems advised its customer to buy and deploy WhiteSpace and it has revolutionised how the business manages communication. The company now makes the best use of its employee’s time and its own infrastructure and resources.
WhiteSpace was the preferred solution because it could be fully customized and easily implemented – key factors that made it simple for his client’s staff to follow the process and therefore improve how its business functioned.
This video demonstrates how our resource scheduling software makes it easy to run your business and efficiently manage your company’s resources.
Resource capacity management is crucial for successful organizations. It is important to determine if a company has enough staffing power to meet future workloads and demands.
The first rule every business should employ when facing a public relations crisis is to never employ a system in the first place that could later lead to major problems. Executives at United Airlines are learning this the hard way after a shocking video of an incident on United flight 3411 from Chicago to Louisville on April 9.
Why we like to hear first-hand what challenges the healthcare industry faces so we can help manage the best services to run efficient programs – whether through timesheets, resource scheduling, or billing systems.