Hello Scheduling Has Scheduled More Than 228 Years of Employee Shifts

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Customers from retail, healthcare, hospitality, and more, have collectively scheduled over 500,000 employee shifts, which represents over 2,000,000 scheduled hours or 228 man years.

Over 370,000 of the 500,000 shifts were scheduled using Hello Scheduling’s 1-click auto scheduling capability, saving operations managers hundreds of hours and countless headaches

Hello Scheduling, the web’s easiest online employee scheduling software, has passed an important milestone: customers have collectively scheduled over 500,000 shifts, which represents over 2,000,000 scheduled hours or 228 man years. Over 370,000 of the 500,000 shifts were scheduled using Hello Scheduling’s 1-click auto scheduling capability, saving operations managers hundreds of hours and countless headaches.

“When we launched Hello Scheduling in early 2011 we never anticipated the growth that we’ve seen. Over the last two years, we’ve added hundreds of features based on the excellent feedback of our customers,” said Jon Byrum, president and co-founder.

Since 2011, Hello Scheduling has added auto scheduling for making employee schedules in 1-click, free employee text messaging, open/volunteer shifts that allow employees to “pick up” shifts, a mobile application for smartphones, and much more. Recently Hello Scheduling made enhancements to improve employee scheduling on iPads.

“We continue to add new features to our work schedule maker every month – we think continuing our pace of innovation is core to our success. We’re always listening to customers’ needs and improving our software. As we look to 2013, we’re excited about our customers scheduling their next 500,000 shifts,” said Jon Byrum.

In early 2011, Hello Scheduling launched the web’s easiest employee scheduling software, saving operations managers hundreds of hours each week. Hello Scheduling’s customers include organizations across retail, healthcare and hospitality with customers like National Multiple Sclerosis Society, the University of Puget Sound, and Trunk Club Men’s Outfitters.

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