Organizations are rapidly adopting automation within their scheduling practices and realizing the amazing returns and benefits on their investments. Building a business case for investing in automation is easier than ever with so much low hanging fruit when it comes to ROI for scheduling automation.
Gary Hannah, CEO of Vocantas, shared some valuable insight to how our solutions can help during the COVID-19 crisis during his interview with SuperbCrew. Click to read more!
It has been a busy few months for the Vocantas team. We have been working hard on many exciting new projects to help our customers and businesses across Canada and the United States navigate through this global pandemic. We believe that we are all in this together and each of us must do our part. We would like to share some recent updates with you all!
Canada-wide Study: COVID-19 and Aging Adults Vocantas selected as a key service provider of the Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging. Collaboration will expedite reporting on the experience of aging adults during the COVID19 pandemic.
Vocantas, the leader in multimodal communication, is dedicated to offering solutions that are designed to meet the rapidly evolving needs of organizations. Vocantas Automated Shift Fill (ASF) has recently received praise from organizations across North America.
Vocantas, the leader in multimodal and multisector communication, announced today that Communicate ™ Automated Shift Fill (ASF) 3.1 is now available. ASF, a module of the Communicate™ platform, contacts your employees via SMS, phone, and email to offer open shifts. ASF takes all the manual effort out of contacting employees based on scheduling procedures, reducing grievances while employees respond via their method of choice to accept or decline a shift.
Have you checked on your scheduling system lately? Is it reliable and supported?
A quick YouTube and Google search shows numerous examples of employees exiting their job and leaving a lasting impression. One of the more famous exits is former JetBlue flight attendant, Steve Slater. After an incident with a female passenger, he grabbed a few beers and slid down the plane’s emergency slide, but not before using the plane’s in-flight PA system to comment on the passenger.
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