Workforce-Velocity to Sponsor Hotel Technology Forum 2012

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Workforce-Velocity to Sponsor the 8th Annual Hotel Technology Forum April 18-20th in Las Vegas

Workforce-Velocity has enlisted as a sponsor of the 8th Annual Hotel Technology Forum 2012. The goal of the forum is to educate hotel technology executives on critical issues that face the hospitality industry today. As the hospitality industry is responding to social, economical and technological change and charting its response, the Hotel Technology Forum provides the opportunity for executives to analyze current issues facing the industry through education and peer interaction as well as trends for the future. The agenda is tailored toward strategy and insight as well as tactical analysis in the current economic climate. Workforce-Velocity will enhance discussion topics by offering workforce management solutions that unify every aspect of workforce management: time and attendance, workforce planning, scheduling, talent file management, automated communication and performance management.

“Workforce-Velocity empowers companies of all sizes to reduce the cost of operations through truly powerful automation. We have a product that we stand behind, a product that streamlines operations in any company landscape. Our patented design delivers measurable results enabling companies to streamline labor and manage productivity while reducing operating costs through automation. This is key to forecasting business trends which results in bottom line savings,” Rick Mitchell, CIO said. “Businesses that embrace automation and technology will stay ahead of the competition with our easy, cost effective, out-of-the-box solutions.”

Workforce-Velocity utilizes complex back-end matrices to analyze data through a single data entry point of projected daily business volume. Historical data is analyzed via mathematical algorithms to build intelligent hourly schedules based on least hours needed as well as fully automating the management of large workforces. Additionally, automated API integration with existing reservation and event management systems provides out-of-the-box functionality for full workforce visibility. This differs from the competition as it highlights automated transaction based scheduling that allows for fluctuations in bookings, trends and reservations while significantly lowering total costs per occupied room or cover. These schedules maximize revPar and reduce wasted labor through hourly FTE control. Visibility and easy access to employee files and performance history as well as bi-directional telephone and text communication, fully automates employee communication and scheduling, saving time and management expense.

The 8th Annual Technology Forum takes place April 18-20, 2012 in Las Vegas at The Cosmopolitan Hotel.

For more information, please attend our webinar entitled “Workforce-Velocity System Overview”- Register for the Demo. You may also call (888) 515-6061 or visit the company website at

About Workforce-Velocity
Workforce-Velocity is a leading provider of Workforce Management System technology capable of streamlining the most complex workforce planning environments across local or global organizations in any industry. Providing state-of-the-art features and unmatched usability and flexibility to achieve nearly immediate cost savings with little initial IT investment and seamless integration with existing systems, Workforce-Velocity affords companies the opportunity to manage workforces in real-time, eliminating the “guess work” in forecasting and scheduling for market fluctuations and retail trends.    

Workforce-Velocity provides a complete suite of workforce management software that provides automated solutions in Time and Attendance, Workforce Planning, Optimized Labor Scheduling, Talent File Management, Automated Communication and Performance Management. Market proven since 2005 with several Fortune 500 companies, Workforce-Velocity offers significant savings in all industries utilizing large hourly workforces.


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