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Kronos Goes 6.0 with Workforce Central

May 23, 2007
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Kronos, a provider of human capital management solutions, has launched Workforce Central 6.0, a global workforce management suite.

According to Kronos, updated features in Workforce Central 6.0 include:

- A centralized location for labor data which enables managers to monitor and compare workforce performance across geographies.

- Improved visibility into workforce performance from enhanced analytics solutions.

- New industry-specific Key Performance Indicators (KPI's), such as the Overall Labor Efficiency (OLE) KPI for manufacturing, which is based on workforce availability, performance, and quality.

- New scheduling automation features.

- Updated user interface for better navigation and ease-of-use.

Workforce Central 6.0 is an integrated suite of human capital management solutions that give organizations the information required to manage performance and optimize a global workforce, says Kronos, Chelmsford, Mass.

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