Matrix Scheduling, Benefit Accruals, and Coverage Reporting Among Featured Topics at Upcoming Datamatics’ TC-1 User Conference

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At DatamaticsÂ? 2004 User Conference, attendees will be instructed on key functionalities and features of their TC-1 automated labor management system. They will also get to share tips and strategies with other users, and enjoy the amenities of a major resort in the Atlantic City locale.

The program for Datamatics’ 2004 TC-1 User Conference, scheduled for October 21 and 22nd at the Seaview Marriott Resort & Spa in Galloway Township, NJ, has now been set. Matrix scheduling, benefit accruals, coverage reporting, and new technical support options will be among the key topics covered.

“We have prepared a conference curriculum that focuses on the work tasks and skill sets of our users,” said Norman C. Heinle, Jr., President of Datamatics Management Services, Inc., the New Jersey-based company that develops and markets the popular TC-1 labor management system. “We want all of our users to get the maximum benefit out of TC-1 for their organizations.”

As in the past, this year’s conference will consist of one full day of breakout sessions, followed by a half day of advanced training workshops. Attendees will be able to select the sessions they wish to join from a list of 19 different meetings scheduled throughout the conference.

The advanced training workshops will cover such TC-1 related topics as: new product features, the security of operating environments, accrued benefit tracking, the benefits of client server, and optimizing the various reports which the TC-1 system can generate.

“This is an ideal opportunity to meet and exchange ideas with application specialists from Datamatics, as well as with other TC-1 users,” explained Heinle. “Our senior staff will also be in attendance to answer questions and listen to suggestions.”

In addition to the popular open forum, in which the Datamatics staff responds to questions from the floor, a newly developed session on survival skills for supervisors will be offered by the company’s management consultants and trainers.

This year’s conference site will also provide attendees with some relaxing diversions. The Seaview Marriott is right outside of Atlantic City. Moreover, Datamatics is offering special packages that include use of the hotel’s spa and golf course.

Registration for the conference is still open. For further information, call 800-673-0366 or register online at http://www.DatamaticsInc.com

About Datamatics

Datamatics Management Services, Inc., a New Jersey-based software development and management consulting company, has been serving business clients since 1966. Datamatics’ TC-1 Labor Management System is a leading software package used in thousands of businesses, including QVC, Jet Blue, and Armed Forces Savings Bank. TC-1 automates employee scheduling, attendance record keeping, benefit accrual tracking, and cost allocation. Datamatics also offers an ASP service, TimesheetPlus, to businesses looking for an outsourced solution to workforce management.

Datamatics provides consulting and training options for a variety of business needs. Our expert services are customized to clients’ specific needs, providing management, financial, IT, and personnel solutions, as well as the metrics for measuring results achieved.

To learn more about Datamatics, visit our web page at http://www.DatamaticsInc.com or call us at 800-673-0366.

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