WorkJam released a new module that aggregates data from its platform and combines it with a customer’s internal and external data. Called WorkJam Studio, the module provides increased visibility into the productivity of front-line workforces at a granular level.
Businesses are challenged to combine, correlate and use the flood of data, generated by different sources, that are part and parcel of their operations, WorkJam said. The company believes that, after years of building tools and technologies around infrastructure, supply chains and desk workers, it’s time for implement to build end-to-end solutions that include front-line workers..@WorkJam released a new module that aggregates data from its platform and combines it with a customer’s internal and external data. #HR #HRTech Click To Tweet
“A major step toward reaching a state of frontline workforce orchestration will be having total visibility to the data produced by task, audit, onboarding and shift management, as well as visibility to employee skill-sets and certifications,” said WorkJam President and CEO Steven Kramer. “WorkJam Studio broadens the lens of what our customers see as possible in their organization.”
WorkJam Studio is the fourth product launched by WorkJam during 2020. The new modules, which include ExpressPay and Optimized Task Management, illustrate the company’s commitment “to ongoing investments into evolving digital workplace technologies,” it said. In November, it introduced WorkJam Operations Planner to create task management templates to aid enterprise-wide deployment of project plans, workflows and tasks.
In February, WorkJam acquired the on-demand staffing platform Forge.
WorkJam focuses on creating tools to manage and engage front-line employees in areas such as healthcare, retail, hospitality, food service, and distribution and fulfillment.
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