Kronos Announces Global Agreement for SAP to Resell Workforce
US-backed workforce management software and services company Kronos has partnered with the solution provider SAP and German Enterprise software to resell its workforce management solution which is named by the name as Workforce Dimensions.
The solution which will be sold under the brand SAP Time Management by the Kronos will integrate the SAP’s human capital management solution capabilities, the company revealed in a statement.
“SAP Time Management by Kronos offers unique and innovative capabilities that will help SAP customers with complex workforce needs to reimagine scheduling, timekeeping, leave management and regulatory compliance,” Stephen Spears, chief revenue officer, SAP SuccessFactors, said.
He also added that one of the main benefits the solutions provide is connected and localized human resource processes.
The solutions which are also a multi-tenant cloud solution combines the machine learning and artificial intelligence along with embedded analytics to make the predictive recommendations for the customer user data and helps reduce the time-consuming burden of the routine tasks.
SAP claims that the deployment of the solutions is also accelerated by 30% as it uses the Kronos Pragaon methodology.
Both the companies further revealed said that they also have a plan to expand their strategic integration by simply supporting joint research in the area of analytics, artificial intelligence, and data science in order to identify future opportunities to improve the workforce efficiency and employee experience for users.
“SAP’s influence with large, multinational customers is unparalleled and will allow Kronos to build on its substantial market leadership, delivering our products and services to an even broader global audience. In return, SAP customers will benefit from our continued investments in innovation to reimagine the future of work, while achieving a hard-dollar return that can be reinvested in human capital management strategy,” Chris Todd, president, Kronos, said.