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You only use 10% of your Kronos brain…

March 21, 2016
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From sciencealert.com

You’ve probably heard that we humans only use 10% of our brains, but that is a myth. Mine alone “goes to 11.” However, if you’re a typical human and a technology user, you probably use only 10% of the functionality in tech you rely on every day. For example, Microsoft Excel has over 300 formulas and functions. How many do you use? Exactly.

I contend that the same “rule of ten” applies to your Workforce Central software, and that there’s gold in the 90+% of the features and functions you’re not using. To begin exploring how you can start making a bigger impact with Kronos in your organization, please join us for Strategy and Tactics for Achieving Excellence with Your Kronos System, a virtual conference, on Thursday March 31st starting at 1pm ET. We’ll have:

Three live webinars:

  1. Creating a Roadmap Strategy – Ed Wegryn
  2. Financially Justifying a Move to the Cloud – Alex Kerin & Danny Sears
  3. Workforce Central 8 – Planning For Change – Lynne Levy & David Ross

A bustling expo hall: Kronos experts are ready to answer your every question – whether you’re wondering about the costs associated with a move to the cloud or how to align Kronos with your current business practices, our experts are here to help

A full suite of learning resources: Learn about the wealth of information available through KnowledgePass, the Customer Portal, Advanced Testing Services and more.

Networking Lounge: Speak to other Kronos customers and build valuable contacts.

Why stay at 10 when you could go to 11? Or more.

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