Purchase, NY (PRWEB) January 10, 2008
TimeLink, the premier provider of enterprise workforce management (EWM) and data collection solutions, today announced that in 2007, TimeLink executed on its enterprise strategy by signing a number of blue-chip accounts across a variety of industries.
In 2007 the flexibility, usability, and scalability of the TimeLink Enterprise 6 solution has fueled the rapid adoption of TimeLink's solution by many of the world's leading organizations. Leveraging TimeLink's industry-leading business rules engine, TimeLink applications can be easily configured without customization to support industry and organization-specific business requirements. Using cutting edge technology powered by AJAX and Web 2.0 components, TimeLink has delivered a highly interactive user experience to support the management of mission-critical workforce time, labor, and scheduling complexities over the web. TimeLink's functionality coupled with its enterprise-class scalability delivers a solution that has continued to set TimeLink apart and deliver a compelling and substantive ROI for its clients.
Some of TimeLink's most notable new accounts in 2007 include:
•A Fortune 500 client known globally as the leading provider of technology-based solutions and agricultural products that improve farm productivity and food quality. The implementation of TimeLink Enterprise 6 includes 7,000 employees who will use biometric devices and PDA's for time collection.
•A world renowned California-based health system currently ranked in the top 15 of the "America's Best Hospitals", according to U.S. News & World Report. TimeLink was selected for their expertise in healthcare and their ability to support the hospital's highly complex California-based pay rules.
•One of the largest integrated oil companies in the world has selected TimeLink Enterprise 6 for an implementation in retail stores across the globe.
•The world's largest marketer of branded consumer lawn and garden products is implementing TimeLink Enterprise 6 enterprise-wide for their diverse business units including manufacturing and retail business units.
•A mall-based, specialty retailer of casual apparel and accessories, principally targeting teenagers and young adults. The TimeLink Enterprise 6 implementation encompasses 25,000 employees and over 1,000 stores in the US and Canada.
"In 2007 TimeLink remained focused on our singular strategy of providing our clients with market-leading workforce management solutions," stated Edward M. Rizzo, Jr., CEO and President of TimeLink. "Our unrelenting commitment to delivering the highest levels of customer service coupled with our on-going investment in product innovation continues to uniquely differentiate TimeLink in the marketplace. TimeLink's continued success in 2007 validates our approach and the strengths of our solutions as we move into 2008."
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