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Timesquare® On Demand: Workforce Management (WFM) for SaaS launches in call centers

Holy-Dis, specializing in Workforce Management solutions, introduces Timesquare® On Demand, a new addition to its product line, dedicated to call centers and based on SaaS. Timesquare® On Demand can be used for custom workforce management. And, a first in Europe, Holy-Dis can help midsize companies outsource all their workforce management needs with a managed hosting solution.

Timesquare® On Demand: guaranteed performance, ROI after the first month

Holy-Dis can provide team and workforce managers with a software suite that is directly accessible from a Web browser, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Timesquare® software can help analyze activity fluctuations, construct forecasting models, determine team size to accurately match your needs, and anticipate legal developments within the profession.

To date, this is the best compromise for call centers that want to tailor expenses to capabilities while managing planning and reducing under- and overstaffing periods. Call centers will benefit from increased savings and improved organization together with the active involvement of employees in corporate culture.

Holy-Dis guarantees the confidentiality of employee data used for time, planning and task management. Hosting takes place in high-performance data centers located in France.
Timesquare® On Demand automatically integrates and communicates with other IS software building blocks; the personalized database is returned at the end of the commitment period.

A first in Europe: call centers can now outsource planning

Holy-Dis provides assistance in outsourcing services, primarily to midsize (10-300 persons) call centers that do not always have access to internal planning capabilities or are too small to recruit personnel with the appropriate profile. We assume responsibility for planning tasks at both the functional and technical level.

Designed as an outsourced planning service, outsourcing can be used on an as-needed basis (sick leave, training, vacation, travel).
The interactive nature of Timesquare® On Demand guarantees fluid client/provider collaboration throughout the planning period. And the modular hosted service provided by Holy-Dis has the advantage of being suitable for any call center based on its size and requirements, without the need to invest in the purchase of a license.

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