Workforce Management UX - Moving From User Interface After The Fact To User Experience (UX) As A Key Driver Of DesignSource: Ceridian Dayforce
Advances in technology have had a tremendous impact on business operations over the past ten years. Organizations have learned to effectively leverage new technology to efficiently manage their resources and automate business processes for dramatic bottom-line improvements. From manufacturing and logistics to operations management, corporations have been aggressively developing and adopting new technology in order to secure an edge against their competitors.
Currently, most deployed workforce management solutions rely primarily on early web technology without integrating the benefits of many recent innovations. This will change as workforce management solution providers begin to recognize the changing demands of the end user.
As technology has developed, workforce management has progressed from simple database scheduling to full-featured software suites. Each step in the evolution of workforce management technology brought an improved user interface and enhanced functionality, yet many organizations have yet to implement an advanced workforce management solution or, in some cases, any solution at all.