You’ve purchased your new workforce management software, or perhaps you are in the middle of upgrading. One of the final, most critical steps before a successful implementation? User Acceptance Testing (UAT).
We know Kronos’ software is the best in the business, but anytime you implement software as large and complex as Kronos, you are bound to run into challenges throughout the process. Partnering with a Kronos Gold Certified partner like The WFC Group will ensure you discover solutions to your problems, setting you up for continued success. Here are six common challenges we see, and six key solutions:
We got back from KronosWorks 2014 last week, and as always it was a whirlwind of top notch networking opportunities, excellent speakers and fun social events! We left Vegas with plenty of insight, news and contacts in the workforce management industry. KronosWorks had more than 2,000 attendees this year, more than any conference to date!
KronosWorks 2014 kicks off on Sunday, and we’re excited to be attending for the third year in a row. For those who haven’t been, KronosWorks is a great conference to keep up to date on the latest products and trends in the workforce management industry. There is a great list of workshops planned and we’re excited to make it to as many as possible. Let us know if you’re planning on attending the conference this year, we’d love to meet you!
Back in April, we introduced EngageUAT. We initially built this tool to solve a problem that we ran into with clients on a regular basis: user acceptance testing is stuck in the 20th century.
“Did you send me the spreadsheet with the user acceptance testing results?”
“Kathy was the one who was supposed to send it to you. She was the one conducting all of the testing.”
“Are you sure? I thought I put you on UAT for this project. I haven’t gotten anything from her.”
You already know the end to this story.