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GMT On-Demand workforce suite launched
NORCROSS, Ga. and ORLANDO, Fla. (11/21/08)--GMT Corp. announced the launch of GMT On-Demand, a managed-services work force optimization (WFO) suite. On-Demand provides capacity modeling, forecasting, scheduling, and performance management. It is available in a Software as a Service option, where clients retain control of the application, and as a Business Process Optimization option, where GMT manages the application. In the Business Process Optimization option, credit unions can edit and view schedules within the branch, GMT added. Because WFO software is costly and requires lengthy development cycles, many credit unions have been reluctant to use it, GMT said. On-Demand is geared toward smaller and specialized institutions to help them benefit from WFO technologies. “We’re excited to offer this product to a previously underserved segment of the market that traditionally has not been able to realize the benefits of such a solution,” said GMT CEO Simon Angove. GMT provides work force management and performance solutions to financial institutions, including credit unions.


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