World Manager has held off on a scheduling suite until 2016 due to the lack of a truly innovative product in the market. To create a scheduling suite internally would take 4-5 years, plus take our attention off our already robust 4 suites of tools we are continuing to upgrade. After hearing so many positive reviews from brands within the World Manager community that were using ZUUS Workforce, we felt we had finally found a partnership that could help us dominate the market in Asia Pacific, plus be the biggest market disruptor in the US in 2016 and beyond.
Using this new suite, managers can easily and accurately forecast staff needs based on historical customer & sales demand.
ZUUS Workforce provides end-to-end workforce planning and management in the cloud across your entire enterprise. Using this new suite, managers can easily and accurately forecast staff needs based on historical customer & sales demand. Managers consistently hit their labor Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) when they have real-time sales and customer numbers. ZUUS Workforce integrates with POS, foot traffic counters, and payroll systems to bring transactions, labor data, and customer count to your work scheduling system.
By implementing ZUUS Workforce customers have seen marked improvements, including:
ZUUS Workforce brings together critical decision-making data from a store’s various systems including your POS, footfall counters and ERP through cloud integrations.
Within its visually intuitive interface, ZUUS Workforce allows managers to see when labor metrics are exceeding target, and then easily adjust shifts to optimize. Without visibility of labor costs viewed in relation to historical sales demand and customer behavior patterns, making good scheduling decisions to achieve KPIs is difficult. Adjustments could be made after-the-fact, but by then it is too late. With ZUUS Workforce, when a shift is edited, KPIs such as labor cost percentage and productivity recalculate on the fly to provide opportunity for real-time interactive monitoring against targets. Managers are able to make critical business decisions without business training.