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Staff Scheduling for the Health Care Industry
Staff Scheduling for the Health Care Industry
Staff Scheduling manages the scheduling of hospital employees, primarily nursing staff.
 

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Job Scheduling Maze in Distributed IT Landscapes - Part 3
Part 2 of this blog series analyzed the ActiveBatch architecture and evolution in terms of enterprise job scheduling and workload automation functional

workflow scheduling  workflows, and to trigger workflow steps. These specific business objects can be created on the fly to combine ActiveBatch services (e.g., a trigger service) with any Web Services-enabled application to allow for jobs and job plans to retrieve information from external or internal data sources and applications. This feature allows the resulting job step to be re-useable in multiple workflows, and to facilitate the creation of composite applications . The integrated and extensible Job Library capability

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Staff Scheduling for the Health Care Industry
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Staff Scheduling manages the scheduling of hospital employees, primarily nursing staff.

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Job Scheduling Maze in Distributed IT Landscapes - Part 2


Part 1 of this blog series outlined the problem that, as the number of systems, applications, databases, and whatnot platforms increases, the IT business community requires a holistic approach across all these various systems to provide a single point of running IT jobs and workload automation. It also pointed out the difficulties in achieving this noble idea, and introduced Advanced Systems

workflow scheduling  with the ActiveBatch system.  Workflow design, programmatic connections, or simply review of jobs’ status (success or failure) can be monitored or reviewed. There is a raft of possible client-side technologies, such as Microsoft Common Object Model (COM), Web Services/ Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) for cross-platform environments, Windows-based applications, Command Line Interface (CLI ), Web Server interfaces, Personal Digital Assistant (PDA) gadgets, SmartPhone devices, and wireless Read More

Here Comes IFS Metrix Service Management 5.6


Ahead of the annual IFS World Conference 2013 in Barcelona at the end of this month, the global enterprise applications company IFS announced the general release of version 5.6 of its IFS Metrix Service Management product. This new version includes new and enhanced features for technicians and service managers that aim to improve productivity, enhance service delivery, and drive customer

workflow scheduling  include the following: A Workflow Designer and wizard-driven workflow engine for rapid development and deployment of new processes, whereby IFS Metrix Service Management users can adapt more rapidly to emerging business needs. An expanded multimedia Solutions Search function that helps customer service representatives improve initial call diagnosis, offering self-service recovery actions and minimizing unnecessary field dispatches. An improved mobile interface with enhanced work orders, credit card Read More

Job Scheduling Maze in Distributed IT Landscapes - Part 1


We certainly learn new things every day, and sometimes out of pure serendipity. Namely, when I was recently asked by one of my industry contacts (working for a PR agency) whether I would like to have a briefing with and about his client, whose name included the word "batch" as a part, I agreed, thinking it was a process enterprise resource planning (ERP) vendor or maybe a manufacturing execution

workflow scheduling  managing systems and developing workflow scripts.  Over 100,000 XLNT licenses are currently in use around the world. Enter ActiveBatch In 1998, XLNT users needed a batch system to automate and run their XLNT scripts on a schedule. ASCI thus introduced Batch Queue Management System (BQMS) to assist XLNT users to automate their scripts on and across Windows servers.  In 2000, BQMS was renamed and re-introduced as ActiveBatch V3 , a heterogeneous job scheduling solution for Windows, UNIX , Linux, and Read More

Aligning IT and the Business: An In-Depth Look at Scoring - Selecting and Scheduling the Project Portfolio


This Business Engine white paper provides a technical account on the process behind scoring, selecting, and scheduling the technology portfolio. The document offers additional insight into weighting criteria that should be considered as part of the portfolio management and optimization process. The document further provides insight into considerations for alignment, and how to know if the portfolio is in fact properly aligned with business objectives.

workflow scheduling  contribution. Integration with BEN's workflow engine ensures that the Business and IT participate in a consistent governance process for new ideas and related portfolio changes. An integrated solution also allows for approved portfolios to ensure consistency with budgeting and execution. The result is alignment of IT with the Business and the portfolio plan with the budget and project execution. The BEN Alignment Engine provides a complete solution to project organizations that need to enhance their Read More

The Shortcut Guide to IT Workload Automation and Job Scheduling


The IT landscape has grown into a complex system of servers, networks, locations, products, and processes. Making all these systems work efficiently and securely has become an enormous task. This four-chapter e-book can help you identify the issues surrounding the design, control, and management of jobs, and give you insight into best practices for an efficient, maintainable job scheduling and workload automation system.

workflow scheduling  Shortcut Guide to IT Workload Automation and Job Scheduling The IT landscape has grown into a complex system of servers, networks, locations, products, and processes. Making all these systems work efficiently and securely has become an enormous task. This four-chapter e-book can help you identify the issues surrounding the design, control, and management of jobs, and give you insight into best practices for an efficient, maintainable job scheduling and workload automation system. Read More

DynaFlow Modeling & Workflow Solutions


DynaFlow Modeling and Workflow Solutions Inc., founded in 1997, focusses on the domains of enterprise modeling, workflow management, and knowledge management, in relation to business re-engineering initiatives and ERP implementations. DynaFlow's mission is to support total process management solutions such as Baan-DEM, target enterprise methodology, and its own EZ-Process product suite. Additionallly, DynaFlow focusses on modeling with respect to projects related to ERP, B2B and B2C, and ISO. DynaFlow is based in Quebec, Canada.

workflow scheduling  Modeling & Workflow Solutions DynaFlow Modeling and Workflow Solutions Inc., founded in 1997, focusses on the domains of enterprise modeling, workflow management, and knowledge management, in relation to business re-engineering initiatives and ERP implementations. DynaFlow's mission is to support total process management solutions such as Baan-DEM, target enterprise methodology, and its own EZ-Process product suite. Additionallly, DynaFlow focusses on modeling with respect to projects related to Read More

Kronos Announces Latest Version of TeleStaff Public Safety Scheduling Solution


High-level enhancements in TeleStaff 2.8 were announced by Kronos last week—Microsoft database compatibility, bidding, reporting, and data consolidation. It is worth pointing out the performance of Kronos TeleStaff and the (less talked about) public sector workforce management suite since Kronos' May 2011 acquisition of PDSI and the TeleStaff product. Kronos’ TeleStaff Scheduling

workflow scheduling  Announces Latest Version of TeleStaff Public Safety Scheduling Solution High-level enhancements in TeleStaff 2.8 were  announced by Kronos last week—Microsoft database compatibility, bidding, reporting, and data consolidation. It is worth pointing out the performance of Kronos TeleStaff and the (less talked about) public sector workforce management suite since Kronos' May 2011 acquisition of PDSI and the TeleStaff product. Kronos’ TeleStaff Scheduling solution saw growth of more than 30 Read More

Finding the Right BPM Tools for Workflow and Project-Based Processes


When it comes to business process management (BPM), it makes sense to “look before you leap.” Organizations considering using BPM to automate or streamline business processes should step back and understand what is at the core of each process. Is it a well-defined workflow? Does it have a set of related tasks or steps? Find out how answering these questions can help you define the right BPM solution for your organization.

workflow scheduling  Right BPM Tools for Workflow and Project-Based Processes When it comes to business process management (BPM), it makes sense to “look before you leap.” Organizations considering using BPM to automate or streamline business processes should step back and understand what is at the core of each process. Is it a well-defined workflow? Does it have a set of related tasks or steps? Find out how answering these questions can help you define the right BPM solution for your organization. Read More

Just How Smart Is Your Scheduler?


Intelligent scheduling optimizes your resources. Intelligent scheduling software uses predictive analytics to establish both predictable and “unpredictable” events so as to yield a realistic schedule that can be continuously optimized. Intelligent scheduling is perhaps the most critical functionality that has been missing from the feature set for field service activities and processes in other

workflow scheduling  How Smart Is Your Scheduler? Intelligent scheduling optimizes your resources. Intelligent scheduling software uses predictive analytics to establish both predictable and “unpredictable” events so as to yield a realistic schedule that can be continuously optimized. Intelligent scheduling is perhaps the most critical functionality that has been missing from the feature set for field service activities and processes in other systems, such as enterprise resource planning (ERP), enterprise asset Read More

Scheduling Resource Demand in a Concurrent Engineering Environment


Manufacturers of capital equipment and highly engineered products face design, production, and delivery obstacles. The most challenging of these activities is scheduling projects and resource demand in a concurrent engineering environment. Learn about a resource scheduling tool that can allow you to put demand on materials, work-centers, and labor as soon as it is known—so you can deliver projects on time and on budget.

workflow scheduling  Resource Demand in a Concurrent Engineering Environment Scheduling Resource Demand in a Concurrent Engineering Environment If you receive errors when attempting to view this white paper, please install the latest version of Adobe Reader. Meeting the complex software needs of project-oriented manufacturers with easy-to-use solutions is all we do. And because we spend time everyday with companies like yours, no vendor knows your business better. Which is why, even when you have mixed-mode Read More

Workforce Scheduling: Managerial Strategies for Driving Down Costs While Escalating Customer Satisfaction


A workforce scheduling process helps a company allocate the right people, with the right skills, in the right place, at the right time. It has a direct impact on a company’s ability to increase workforce capacity and productivity, and improve customer satisfaction. But though scheduling is an integral part of a workforce management strategy many companies don’t have a formalized scheduling process in place. Find out more.

workflow scheduling  Scheduling: Managerial Strategies for Driving Down Costs While Escalating Customer Satisfaction A workforce scheduling process helps a company allocate the right people, with the right skills, in the right place, at the right time. It has a direct impact on a company’s ability to increase workforce capacity and productivity, and improve customer satisfaction. But though scheduling is an integral part of a workforce management strategy many companies don’t have a formalized scheduling process Read More

Workforce Scheduling and Optimization: The Missing Link on the Shop Floor?


Today’s manufacturers must be able to promptly cater to customer fluctuations in demand and maintain profitability. With agile workforces, companies have a real-time supply chain and produce/deliver only what is required at the best possible cost. Learn about the challenges facing manufacturing companies, as well as the benefits of implementing a workforce managing system that offers automated workforce scheduling and optimization.

workflow scheduling  Scheduling and Optimization: The Missing Link on the Shop Floor? Technology Evaluation Centers (TEC) recently produced an in-depth series of blog posts on workforce management (WFM) platforms ( Integrated Workforce Management (WFM) Platforms: Fact or Fiction)  discussing the importance of flexibly managing labor based on fluctuating demand and seasonal requirements. And last year, TEC published Labor Management Systems: Optimizing Worker Productivity While Reducing Labor Costs , which looked at Read More

Strengthening Business Processes through Rapid User Adoption and Workflow Learning


Knowledgeable users of enterprise applications can improve the efficiency of entire business processes, not just of their individual contributions. But first, employees must know how to use their enterprise software systems—and how their activities support larger processes. Effective workflow learning platforms address both needs, and ultimately enable users themselves to improve the processes that provide a competitive edge.

workflow scheduling  Rapid User Adoption and Workflow Learning Knowledgeable users of enterprise applications can improve the efficiency of entire business processes, not just of their individual contributions. But first, employees must know how to use their enterprise software systems—and how their activities support larger processes. Effective workflow learning platforms address both needs, and ultimately enable users themselves to improve the processes that provide a competitive edge. Read More

Blast Past Manufacturing Bottlenecks with Constraint-based Scheduling


Managing constraints in any manufacturing or service environment can be difficult. But with the right tools, accurate data, and a skilled user, a management team can manage the throughput of its constraints to support the goals of its company.

workflow scheduling  Past Manufacturing Bottlenecks with Constraint-based Scheduling Originally Published - October 8, 2007 The maximum output of many manufacturing operations is determined primarily by their market. The company can sell only a percentage of the products that the manufacturing plant can produce. Some manufacturing operations, however, have internal limits, or constraints, on production that are more restrictive than market forces, and more restrictive than the maximum capacity of the rest of the plant. Read More