Track and allocate resource requests and bookings. Define different booking methods and allocate a timeframe for specific bookings.
Automate forecasting resource requirements and allocation with enterprise cloud ERP. Implement interactive reports for proactive forecasting.
Search for potential talents across multiple channels. Monitor and utilize effective resources and track availability.
Manage all resource data, tracking, risk management, planning, and cost planning with one dashboard. Get a unified view of the entire business assets for better resource management.
Alter schedules based on work priorities, skill sets, current work status, and more. Build automatic schedules to custom-meet your business requirements.
Get real-time business updates to make better decisions. Utilize accurate forecasts to plan better and achieve strategic business goals.
Achieve superior visibility of utilization, status, efficiency, booking, skill, maintenance, and more.
Increase productivity: Increase productivity – Managed allocated hours, working hours, and other metrics. Generate reports to understand the productivity of each resource.
Billable utilization: Track availability, training, and management of resources, centrally.
Centralized deployment: Use a single platform to customize workflow, manage requests, and automate a global resource pool.
Standardize management for the mobile workforce with ePROMIS FutureGen Enterprise cloud. Allow real-time data capture for continuous monitoring of remote resources.
Zero-deployment: Extend the power of workforce management on any device or resource working in remote fields.
Spatial management: Use embedded ARM or GIS-sourced data to track and report remote resources’ performance.
Expand the capacity and capability of the enterprise without increasing the resource overhead.
Improve operational excellence: Reduce execution cost and improve efficiency.
Advanced management: Reduce the total life cycle cost of the resource. Minimize downtime, improve resource’s life. Improve interoperability between operational and capital expenditure.