Tenrox Workforce Planning Software
With Tenrox Project Workforce Management & Planning Software, you can see your entire organization as a “shared project workforce” and manage your worldwide inventory of skills, expertise and capacity. Now you have a central hub for matching skills, availabilities, and projects. Track, assign, and manage decentralized talent to collaborate on different projects in different places. In real-time.
Unleash the power of collaborative workforce planning:
The ideal of real-time collaboration across the globe is made possible by Tenrox Workforce Planning. Configure your own central resource database. Assign any number of search criteria. Plan and staff projects by helping users interact to identify, request, and book resources. Capture, track, monitor, and analyze progress of the project workforce.
Who needs Workforce Management & Planning Software?
Any corporation with a project workforce of 50+ workers, or a service company with 30+ billable workers, will benefit from Tenrox Project Management Software & Workforce Management Solutions. Particularly if your projects and teams are geographically distributed, and/or you have multiple talent sources: centralized, dispersed, and external.
Use customer, project, and workforce data to forecast demand and build best practices models. Not only can you tap into other Tenrox modules, like Time and Expense Tracking, or Cost and Revenue Accounting. Data can be exported to and exchanged with leading systems for accounting (Great Plains, Sage ACCPAC, SAP Business One, QuickBooks), payroll (ADP, Ceridian, Paychex), ERP (SAP, Oracle, PeopleSoft), project management (Microsoft Project), CRM (Salesforce.com, Microsoft), HR, etc. Interfaces with other systems are built in right out of the box. No custom programming.
Compliance made easy:
In minutes, generate the reports, breakdowns and audit trails you need for compliance with government regulations (like Sarbanes-Oxley) or contractual requirements (like Department of Defense). The system automatically accounts for local labor requirements such as overtime.