ActivTrak Unveils New Workforce Productivity Features for Mid Market Enterprises with Remote Teams
BI Integrations, Automation and Advanced Analytics Give Companies Deeper Insights to Make More Informed Business Decisions
ActivTrak announced the availability of new workforce productivity and analytics features that help companies understand how teams work, identify key success and risk factors, and improve business performance and outcomes.
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“ActivTrak’s new features help us correlate data, identify new opportunities for operational improvement in-context with the way our teams work, and reward hard workers. It’s an invaluable tool that gives us the visibility and insights we need to make smart business decisions.”
In the last few months, tens of thousands of companies have gone from having the majority of their teams working onsite to most — if not all — of their employees working remote from home. Now that they’ve settled into a rhythm, businesses are shifting their focus from ‘how do we get work done’ to ‘how do we work smarter’.
ActivTrak’s new productivity features help companies answer that question by capturing the pulse of workplace activity, both in the office and remotely, across individuals, roles, groups and teams.
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“As the nation’s fifth-largest asset-based truckload carrier by revenue, our success hinges on minimizing operational bottlenecks and resolving gaps in processes,” said Douglas Dunsmore, Director of Infrastructure Services at US Xpress. “We have thousands of problem solvers working 24/7 across the U.S. to meet or exceed customer expectations; that’s a lot of workforce data being generated. ActivTrak gives us the tools to slice and dice this data in countless ways depending on the goals we have, and the teams working to support them. It’s a powerful platform for fostering dialogue, trust and transparency between managers and employees alike.”
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