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One small step for (the Kronos) cloud…

August 27, 2013

Please note: I had not heard the news of Neil Armstrong’s passing when I published this. I would not newsjack like that.

“A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.”
Lao-tzu, Chinese philosopher (604 BC – 531 BC)

starting_lineSo where to begin in my quest to tell every one of our thousands of customers about the Kronos Cloud? Well, I guess I just did.

The “big guy” recently visited one of our large, enterprise customers, and they didn’t know Kronos offered Workforce Central from the cloud. That’s unacceptable, but…

Our customers are retailers, manufacturers, healthcare providers, transportation companies, schools, municipalities, service companies, and more. They are consumed with running their operations, and taking care of their customers and employees. To most of them, “the cloud” or “SaaS” are just tech buzz terms like “big data.” A big “whatever.” They have to schedule employees, manage employee benefits, and get payroll out. They’re busy using our software to improve workforce productivity, control labor costs, and minimize compliance risk. “The cloud?” Yeah, whatever. For them, here’s a small step:

The Beginner’s Guide to the Cloud

If you use Facebook or Twitter or LinkedIn or YouTube, you’re using the cloud. You just use it, and somebody else manages the performance of the application and servers and networks and security and blah, blah, blah…

It’s the same for Workforce Central in the cloud. You just use it, while we manage the performance of the application and servers and networks and security and blah, blah, blah…

OK. I’ve done a mile or two.

Photo credit: Larry Becker

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