Staffing Talk’s David Gee has a post up about just-in-time labor which features our client ILMG and describes elements of our time and attendance product line. It’s a thrill to be part of the transformation ILMG is providing its manufacturing clients and to see how the ubiquitous internet is changing our most labor-intensive processes. Last night I had the chance to sit down with Kevin Prow of Tempworks who developed …
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I saw this image posted over on AVC and it made me think of our road warriors at Tempworks – the sales staffing, the implementers and the trainers who I hope were all able to get back to family to properly enjoy this wonderful holiday.
I mused on how software is often unfairly stealing thunder from hardware over on Staffing Talk and how that is impacting my thinking on our time and attendance division. Our product is selling well and is popular especially in circumstances where realtime reporting with software is important, but with the proliferation of sensors and devices associated with the explosive growth of mobile we look to innovate on hardware as well. …
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I was quite proud to see my team excute on this for General Employment. It’s the third public staffing company to trust Tempworks with protecting their identity and data online. I should say that I’m quite thankful as well. From our backend system engineers who provide us a stability better than Amazon AWS to our data conversion specialists who sacrifice many weekends to assure smooth client transitions, the digital makeover …
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I did a post on the “2+1” rule on Staffing Talk, and that got me thinking about how effective our Account Management team has been under the guidance of VP Susan Wurst. I’m proud to be surrounded by so many talented people.
We just pushed out a new version of Tempworks Interactive Voice (IVR) to a major client. I was looking around for some marketing collateral for the previous version and came across this 2006 picture of a young Jeff Bradford holding up a printout of the IVR schema. Looks like he was up a good part of the night getting it ready to ship.
Great article by David Gee on one of our clients and how they are using mobile to grow their business which recently got ranked on the Inc. 500.
I put a post up on Staffing Talk about our tech staff dinner last night and different ways to think about growing a company.
I’m guessing the ASA booth traffic was looking for more than staffing software.
When Mark Healey purchased Full Steam Staffing back in 2009, he didn’t know much about the staffing business. But he knew technology, and he saw an opportunity to apply it.