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Incorporated today announced that organizations around the world
across a broad spectrum of industries – including healthcare,
manufacturing, public sector, retail and hospitality, and services and
distribution – are increasingly deploying their workforce management
solution in the Kronos
Cloud. Underscoring this momentum, worldwide revenue for Kronos
Cloud increased 67 percent in the last 12 months.
With more than 6,000 organizations around the globe successfully
deployed in the Kronos Cloud, Kronos is leading the workforce
management market’s transformation into a cloud computing environment.
Benefits of Kronos Cloud – Kronos Cloud generates a fast return
on investment while alleviating the need to invest in and manage
additional infrastructure and staff. By choosing the Kronos Cloud,
organizations free their staff to focus on other business objectives.
Kronos Cloud for SMB and Enterprise – All types of
organizations – regardless of their size – can benefit from cloud
computing. For SMBs, Workforce
Ready™ provides an easy way to track employee time and
attendance and administer payroll and HR services in the Kronos Cloud.
For large enterprises, Workforce
Central® provides deep functionality for time and
attendance, labor tracking, advanced scheduling, analytics, and
absence management, optimized by industry and scalable globally in the
Existing customers moving from onsite to Kronos Cloud deployments
– Longtime Kronos customers such as Aztec
Shops, Ltd., a leader in the university services industry; andCoca-Cola
Bottling Co. Consolidated, the nation’s largest independent
Coca-Cola bottler, recently transitioned from a onsite deployments
into the Kronos Cloud. Both organizations cite financial and
operational benefits of transitioning to the Kronos Cloud, including
freeing IT resources to focus on more strategic products and the peace
of mind knowing that they maintain complete control of their workforce
management functions while Kronos ensures that their workforce
management solution runs smoothly and cost effectively.
Kronos Cloud customer base rapidly growing – Kronos Cloud
customers around the world include: Arcos Dorados, the world’s
largest franchise network of McDonald’s Corporation restaurants in
Central America, South America, and the Caribbean; Bombardier
Transportation Canada, Inc., manufacturer of both planes and
trains, BWAY Corporation, one of the largest manufacturers of
rigid metal, plastic and hybrid containers in North America;
Charming Charlie, the award-winning fashion accessories retailer; City
of Houston,the local government serving the fourth-largest
city in the U.S.; King’s Hawaiian Bakery, a Southern
California-based global leader in the fast-growing Hawaiian food
category; LindenGrove,a Wisconsin-based long-term care
facility; Mohawk Fine Papers, Inc., North America’s largest
privately owned manufacturer of fine papers, envelopes and specialty
substrates for commercial and digital printing; Nash General
Hospital,atop-ranked general hospital in North
Carolina; PFD Food Services, an Australian-owned and -operated
food service distribution company; Rico Equipment, a leading
manufacturer of engineered material handling equipment and custom
built lift trucks; Sabre Holdings, a global leader in travel
technology; Sulco Warehousing and Logistics, the leader in
innovative warehousing and distribution services; Swissport UK,
part of Swissport International, the world’s leading provider of
aviation ground services; and Wexford Health Sources,a
leading correctional health care company.
Chris Todd, senior vice president of professional services, Kronos “The
Kronos Cloud not only transforms the way organizations access their
workforce management solutions, it also allows them to implement their
workforce goals faster – for accelerated adoption and a rapid return
on investment. Kronos is driving a workforce management transformation
into the cloud. The cloud is the fastest-growing part of our business.”
This announcement was made from KronosWorks, the world’s largest
workforce information exchange. KronosWorks is taking place this week
in Las Vegas.
See live updates and join the conversation by using #KronosWorks12 on Twitter.
Take a look at the lighter side of workforce management in our Time
Well Spent cartoons.
About Kronos Incorporated
Kronos is the global leader in delivering workforce management solutions
in the cloud. Tens of thousands of organizations in more than 100
countries — including more than half of the Fortune 1000® —
use Kronos to control labor costs, minimize compliance risk, and improve
workforce productivity. Learn more about Kronos industry-specific time
and attendance, scheduling, absence management, HR and payroll, hiring,
and labor analytics applications at www.kronos.com.
Kronos: Workforce Innovation That Works™.
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