Today’s post about the future workplace technology is submitted by Workforce Institute Executive Director Joyce Maroney. Today was a watershed day here at Kronos. We released a brand new platform we’re calling Workforce Dimensions. Major product releases are always a big deal for software providers like us. This one represents four years and $150 million … Continue reading Reflections on the future of workplace technology
This week was all about our 15th KronosWorks annual customer conference. This is the crescendo of our annual marketing plan at Kronos, bringing together over 2100 attendees from around the world. We spend the 5 days of KronosWorks sessions celebrating customer success stories, bonding with those customers over drinks and dinner, and reminding ourselves of … Continue reading Tablets, Social(izing) & Impressing the Neighbors – KronosWorks 2012
Of course the election was the big news of the week. No matter which side of the aisle you lean toward, I think we all share this (now world famous) little girl's fatigue with the election. Kronos has been in the news this week as the national discussion turns back to the hard work of … Continue reading The Week That Was – 11/9/12
For those of you who couldn't join us this year, following are some conference highlights from Las Vegas: Blue Man Group at the opening session - high energy start to the conference Ken Dychtwald on workforce management across the generations Nice blog post from Mark Smith of boutique analyst firm Ventana Research summarizing his perspective … Continue reading KronosWorks 2009 Highlights
This has been a very busy week – Dallas Sunday through Tuesday for our annual Sales and Service kickoff and Chicago Wednesday through Friday for the HR Technology show. I wrote this post sitting at Gate K8 at O’Hare waiting for a flight to Orlando where I’ll spend the next 5 days at our annual … Continue reading Goodbye HR Tech, Hello KronosWorks 2008!