Weave Workforce has announced the launch of its new website to further support its mission, helping service businesses address the persistent challenges of aligning employee schedules with fluctuating demand.
Weave Workforce has announced the launch of its new website to further support its mission, helping service businesses address the persistent challenges of aligning employee schedules with fluctuating demand. The website effectively illustrates the challenges service-oriented businesses face when designing employee schedules — challenges which have increased even further, due to the fluctuating demand of today’s climate.
A key feature of the new website is user access to an innovative Business Impact Calculator tool, based on the Weave Workforce optimization model. The lite version of the tool can be administered via sliders directly on the website. A more detailed, fully customizable version is available via email. The new website also allows prospective customers to easily schedule a complimentary product introduction, called Discovery Session, with a Weave Workforce team member.
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“With the huge impact workforce optimization has had on our existing customer base, we are thrilled to share our product’s optimization benefits with others,” says John Larsen, CEO of Weave Workforce. “We hope the website will provide a clear picture to service businesses of how our optimization software can dramatically improve their business results.”
Weave Workforce primarily serves clients in the Automotive Repair & Maintenance, Hospitality, Healthcare, and Retail industries, but is able to apply its proprietary artificial intelligence algorithm to any service-oriented business. Interested users should take advantage of the complimentary Discovery Session to get an in-depth understanding of the operational benefits that can be achieved through workforce optimization with Weave Workforce.
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