Balanced Rostering and Shift Scheduling
With Quintiq Rostering and Shift Scheduling, your planners can create optimized rosters and shift schedules that balance the workload in the way that best fits your business goals while also keeping employees and customers satisfied. Fully integrated with other planning levels, it provides end-to-end visibility into all the numerous complex factors that impact rostering and shift scheduling decisions. The result: a vastly simplified rostering and shift-scheduling process and more efficient use of your workforce.
Planners can easily answer core questions -- such as how many shifts are needed at what time to meet customer demand; the number of people and the specific skills and certifications needed on each shift; how peak times can best be staffed while minimizing wasted downtime; how to keep customers and employees happy while maximizing performance; and more.
Learn how to efficiently plan your workforce, with the Quintiq Rostering and Shift Scheduling brochure.
Schedule rosters and shifts the right way
Quintiq Rostering and Shift Scheduling is part of a comprehensive employee scheduling software solution. It applies your business rules and uses forecasts to create accurate what-if scenarios, and even offers a preferential bidding system. You can quickly create rosters, employee schedules, and rotating work schedules, and plan your workforce utilization to promote maximum efficiency, customer and employee satisfaction, and business profitability.
Quintiq Rostering and Shift Scheduling key advantages & benefits
- Facilitates optimal shift creation while considering all business rules, resource characteristics, and constraints
- Allows planners to focus on maximizing business value
- Multiple planners can immediately understand the impact of decisions across the entire workforce
- Enables demand-driven rosters that optimally balance the need to satisfy customers with workforce-related costs
- 100% fit to your business requirements
- Improved employee satisfaction – due to fairer distribution of shifts and better accommodation of preferences