It used to be that every decade or so we saw inflection points in the technology marketplace that truly provided companies that were early adopters a tremendous jump start over their competition. Now it seems it’s almost every year there is technology that must be considered. But the underlying basic ideology still exists; early adopters of technology win.
The proof is well documented whether it from the dot.com era to client server, GPS to Google, client/server to smart phones or cloud computing to solar. Today, there is a new revolution hitting the technology scene and it is your digital health. Yes, I’m talking wearables, but well beyond a Fitbit or Android watch. I’m talking body sensory technology and how it can be mapped to environmental conditions at your company and reduce accidents. Utilities, oil refineries, and manufacturing plants have a multitude of risks, some are visible but more are hidden and the consequences could be huge. Safety is always job #1.
Now imagine a whole new world of workforce management where a manager at any level from a crew foreman to a senior executive with 100,000 employees and just as many contractors who can drill down to the individual worker level and see what they have been assigned to do, where they are at last known location, their fitness for duty, overtime schedule, specific credentials, and much, much more.
Imagine no longer. Work Technology’s WorkTech Time has gone “big time” with its geolocation initiative mitigating health risk and safety concerns at your plant or facility. This is where we can help by capturing and managing data in a single system that can readily exchange information with existing enterprise systems. As soon as data is entered, WT Time validates it. The results? Clean data, streamlined review and approval processes, safe environments, and significant cost savings. And, it can be adapted to each customer’s specific requirements.
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WorkTech P.O.V. A series of Point of Views from WorkTech’s President & CEO, Jack Hall