How do you know you’ve developed the right schedules? It seems pretty simple. You take the forecast, create schedules, graph the schedules against the staff requirement. If the lines look close, you’re done!
Excel is for Dummies. I heard someone use that phrase a few years back, and it stuck with me. I know a lot of really smart people who use Excel for just about everything. It’s an incredibly versatile tool. It gets used for everything from making a simple grocery list to displaying analyses, to doing complex calculations that forecast using complex algorithms. There are multi-day classes on how to use Excel for beginners, intermediate and advanced users. Excel is for business what flour is for baking. It can be a part of everything.
On a Monday night, if I’m in our local pub at about a quarter to eight, the world slowly goes dark as if the light has been sucked out of the room. It’s not the death-eaters from Harry Potter, but it feels just like that. Then promptly at eight, the light returns as the tall masons, in their black suits, all take their pints next door.
LONDON – May 25th, 2017 – injixo Workforce Management from InVision AG is again voted by Call Center Helper readers the Number 1 WFM platform and wins 2nd place in the prestigious Call Centre Helper Contact Centre Software and Technology Award for a second successive year. injixo pioneered cloud WFM for contact centres in 2011 and it is used by hundreds of contact centres worldwide.
How do you measure the measurers? As contact centers leaders of workforce management and resource planning teams we know there is never a shortage of data at our fingertips. Most organizations are challenged when it comes to translating data into information and even more so when it comes to acting on that information.