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November 09, 2012

MetriTech Releases LABOR COMMAND Labor Cost Management Software



MetriTech released the LABOR COMMAND software, a labor cost management (LCM) system that can set and measure performance against pre-defined standards.

California-based MetriTech provides labor management software and services to the transportation and logistics industries. MetriTech is a reseller of Prophix Corporate Performance Management (CPM) system.

Joseph Palazzolo, president of MetriTech said, “LABOR COMMAND provides shift-by-shift, department-by-department and location-by-location planning and analysis. It provides management with visibility to plans, forecasts and performance across the organization down to the day, shift, and job level. It turns data into actionable information.”

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“Moreover, it’s the only Web-based labor cost management tool (LCM) that provides such detailed information with a very simple, easy-to-use interface,” Palazzolo added.

The capabilities of LABOR COMMAND and the Prophix Corporate Performance Management (CPM) software are synergized to produce an enterprise planning application. This can also be integrated with other timekeeping and payroll systems. This delivers a comprehensive labor management and planning solution, that will encompass labor and all other corporate costs, said officials.

MetriTech also specializes in Business Process Outsourcing services (BPO) like accounting, customer service and technology services. The projects executed by the company include the deployment of RFID system support for the Clean Truck Programs at the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, besides the support delivered for the Secure Truck Enrollment Program at the Port of Oakland.

In related news, TMCnet reported in October 2012 that OnShift, a provider of Web-based staff scheduling and shift management software for the healthcare industry, outlined best practices for labor cost management in long-term care and senior living.

Managing labor costs is a top priority in today’s environment, as providers are increasingly pressed to operate at peak efficiencies. Implementing few staffing practices can have a significant impact on an organization’s bottom line, while also improving staff satisfaction.




Edited by Brooke Neuman
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