Employee Time Clock Buying Guide Selecting and buying a time clock involves very different processes for different companies. On top of that, when you're tasked with finding the best time clock for your business, you suddenly have to become the subject-matter expert for management. But for such niche products, the selection process can be tough
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Many companies experiences rapid changes in supply and demand. Barden Bearing—the pre-eminent leader in super precision ball bearing manufacturing in the world today—needed a solution that kept their plant productive and profitable—avoiding overstaffing and understaffing and with flexibility for the demanding production schedules of some of its 225,000 products.
Read this case study and find out how Acumen ensures your manufacturing plant and workforce is aligned with fluctuating demands.
Large and complex energy producers need simple integrated time and attendance and labor scheduling systems. PBS Coals wanted state-of-the-art, rugged time clocks with biometric capabilities and a labor and shop floor production solution that integrated smoothly with their ERP and payroll systems. Find out how Acumen successfully handled this complex mining and manufacturing environment.
They had part-time and full-time temporary and seasonal employees working outside in multiple locations, with multiple certifications, and subject to weather and other rapidly changing conditions. Acumen helped Seabreeze Amusement Park keep moving, rain or shine, 365 days a year.
With dozens of offices, programs and departments, governments need simple time and attendance systems that allow time, project and labor communication—from top to bottom and bottom to top.
Find out how Acumen troubleshoots the challenges and suggests solutions across the board for hundreds of union and non-union employees in Chemung County in New York.
The Cooperative for Human Services is a Boston-based, multi-services home health provider that needed highly integrated, user-friendly systems to address their complex requirements.
Find out how Acumen solved the challenges of a workforce of more than 400 employees that needed remote 24/7 access through multiple locations with individualized employee training requirements and certifications.
Dunkin’ Donuts got rid of their fax machines and spreadsheets and automated with Acumen. Find out how the premiere chain of baked goods and coffee opened and synchronized a centralized kitchen that supplied hundreds of its outlets—keeping the kitchen secure, the hundreds of employees clocked in, and the donuts hot on the shelves and ready to serve.
Multi-service providers need highly integrated, user-friendly systems that address their complex business requirements. One client had a remote 24/7 workforce in multiple locations with individualized employee training requirements and certifications.
See how Acumen Data Systems solved their challenges.
The Toughest Question Has the Easiest Answer. You get that million-dollar question over and over from your customer—he or she is waiting on the order you are working on. But the answer doesn’t have to do with money. It has to do with something more basic: Communication. Communication. Communication. We’re not talking machines talking to machines. It’s people
With dozens of offices, programs and departments, governments need simple time and attendance systems that allow time and labor communication—from top to bottom and bottom to top. Acumen Data Systems troubleshoots the challenges and suggests solutions across the board—whether state, county, or municipality. One municipal government had increasing numbers of union employees. Find out how the changing makeup of its workforce became its greatest strength.