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Dynama publishes new White Paper: Scheduling in Dynamic Environments

PressReleasePing - November 23, 2017 -

London, UK - Dynama, a leading provider of workforce deployment and resource optimisation software, has announced the publication of a new White Paper entitled ‘Scheduling in Dynamic Environments’.  The document is aimed at resource planning specialists and scheduling professionals.  Dynama’s latest White Paper seeks to answer the most commonly asked questions of those responsible for scheduling large, disparate workforces and managing compliance in complex organisations such as:

 

  •   How to ensure resources are optimised as demand changes
  •   How to cope with changing regulation without impacting performance
  •   How to adapt resources to meet changing requirements in ways that enhance efficiency and profitability.

 

Andrew Carwardine, Managing Director of Dynama commented, “The effective management of people, resources and regulatory compliance while enhancing customer service and profitability is the panacea for many organisations.  However, for those operating in complex, dispersed environments where change is the only constant, it is a goal that appears almost impossible to achieve.  Our new White Paper provides valuable insight into how to create an agile technology framework that addresses the key challenges head on and offers a robust, workable solution now and in the future.”

‘Scheduling in Dynamic Environments’ is the latest in a series of White Papers from Dynama exploring the key business issues faced by complex organisations in resource scheduling. It discusses how the latest advancements in workforce deployment can help overcome these challenges in a changing world.  For more information, download the white paper.




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