“With a connected workforce, it’s important that staff have access to schedule information when they need it. Our new apps and mobile site make it simple for employees to see when and where they work. This is just the beginning of our mobile strategy.”
Fargo, ND (PRWEB) April 02, 2014
Atlas Business Solutions, Inc. (ABS) announced today that is has launched its first round of mobile applications and a new mobile site for ScheduleAnywhere employee scheduling software. Employees can now access personal and staff schedules from any mobile device.
Access Work Schedules Anytime, Anywhere
Employees can quickly and easily access work schedules without having to log into the full ScheduleAnywhere web site to see when they work. Employees will now have work schedules “in their back pockets.” Having instant access to schedule information will help reduce no-shows, prevent tardiness and save time.
“Employee scheduling and communication is evolving,” said Jon Forknell, Vice President and General Manager of ABS. “With a connected workforce, it’s important that staff have access to schedule information when they need it. Our new apps and mobile site make it simple for employees to see when and where they work. This is just the beginning of our mobile strategy.”
ScheduleAnywhere is affordable online employee scheduling software for assigning, managing and communicating work shifts, anywhere, anytime. It offers built-in tools for managing shift rotations and coverage, eliminating scheduling conflicts and reducing unnecessary overtime. For more information, visit http://www.scheduleanywhere.com. Free 30-day trial accounts are available and pricing is based on the number of employees.
About Atlas Business Solutions
Atlas Business Solutions, Inc. is a leading developer of easy-to-learn, easy-to-use, and affordable business management software. Founded in 1991, the company is recognized as an industry leader in employee scheduling software and was named as one of Software Magazine's Top 500 Software Companies in 2004 through 2007 and again in 2010 and 2013. For more information, visit http://www.abs-usa.com.