You can play more (and better) golf with Kronos!
In an attempt to evolve this space into a Gump-like “box of chocolates,” today I’m providing 3 golf tips. Tip #1 that has served me well is from “Golf My Way,” by “the Golden Bear,” Jack Nicklaus. I detailed Jack’s putting tip over nine years ago on the (Play)Blog, about the same time I last played. The short game is my strength, but I spend way too much time alone in the slice side of the woods for “golf” to be much fun. Plus, I don’t have enough time. Actually, that’s just an excuse. I choose to not play. However, if you’re an IT professional who really loves golf, but you have responsibility for managing enterprise software systems, it’s likely you don’t have much time to be alone in the woods either. I’m here to help with tip #2…
In a recent survey of Kronos Workforce Central Cloud Services customers, IT managers listed their top five benefits to their Workforce Central system as:
- Easier to upgrade
- Better reliability because the solution is off-site
- Application is more up to date and current
- Faster time to implementation and use
- Get more out of the solution due to Kronos expertise
The cloud services benefits are derived from Kronos experts taking care of service packs, patches, upgrades, database tuning, and everything else associated with the technology infrastructure. Another derived benefit is that the time you save can be spent on your other systems or Jack’s putting system…
Tip #3 is an invitation to play golf on Friday, June 13th to help a favorite charity of Kronos and me. Or you could play on your own the 12th, then join us for the Martini Spring Fling to help kids in Greater Lowell, MA.
And with my great tips, just don’t say you can’t putt or don’t have the time.
Oh, and in case you don’t know Jack, here’s one of many career highlights. At the 1986 Masters, the then 46 year old shot a 30 on the back 9 of the final round to win. On the Sunday 17th hole, he took the lead: