ScheduleBase Launches New Mobile App and Website Due To Customer Demand.

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ScheduleBase Launches New Mobile App and Website Due To Customer Demand.

In an effort to meet customer demands, employees scheduling software, ScheduleBase has recently launched a new mobile application for Android and iPhone, as well as a new mobile website. 

Schedule.

Developed by Atlas Business Solutions, ScheduleBase facilitates communication between managers and staff, anywhere at anytime. Staff can indicate their availability from any browser or mobile device. When s schedule is posted on ScheduleBase, all staff members are instantly notified by text message and email.

The new mobile website incorporates key employee scheduling functions, including:

●    Submitting time-off requests and schedule requests
●    Making schedule changes
●    Posting schedules
●    Self-scheduling
●    Viewing notifications
●    Communicating with other staff

Managers.

Now employers have the option to access their scheduling platform through the mobile site, as well as iPhone and Android applications.

“Our latest mobile app and new mobile site put the power of employee scheduling into the hands of managers and employees,” said Jon Forknell, Vice President and General Manager of Atlas Business Solutions, Inc., the maker of ScheduleBase, “Now managers can make last-minute changes and post schedules from anywhere. Plus, staff can submit time-off requests and make schedule requests from any mobile device without having to log in to the full ScheduleBase site.”

For businesses with more than one location, the mobile site and app allow managers to view employees scheduled at each location and schedule them based on presets they define. The ability to see who is working at a specified time and on which schedule provides added convenience when scheduling across multiple locations, departments, and companies.

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