Minn. Fire/EMS Department Allows Personnel to Schedule Themselves, Saving Administration up to 60 Hours a Month
Aladtec enables Maplewood Fire Department (Minn.) to offer employees schedule flexibility while improving department efficiency.
Scheduling, tracking and managing employees for an organization that's always “open” was an arduous job before moving workforce management processes online.
Hesitancy to switch from a handwritten calendar to an online employee scheduling system was erased with a simple 30 minute tutorial.
Subscribing to Aladtec’s EMS Manager recoups 30 Days a Year in Man-Hours for Ambulance Services of America (PA). Choosing an online employee scheduling and workforce management system from Aladtec allows this company to focus more time on their rapidly growing ambulance service.
This agency switched from a cumbersome computer calendar process to an efficient online employee scheduling and workforce management system.
Randolph County Ambulance District (MO) Announces Aladtec’s EMS Manager Will Save Them 24 Days In Man Hours This Year
EMS Manager, Online employee scheduling and workforce management system saves this agency 16 hours of labor every month when scheduling their 40 members.
Switching to Aladtec’s EMS Manager Boosts Efficiency and Improves Reporting for East Allen Township Volunteer Ambulance
Aladtec’s online employee scheduling and workforce management systems continue to benefit the public safety sector as laws and reporting requirements continue to evolve.
Danville Life Saving Crew (VA) Announces EMS Manager Online Employee Scheduling System Saves Agency 60 Man Hours per Month
After 30 years of using a desk blotter calendar to schedule crews this agency gained the equivalent of nearly two weeks of labor every month by switching to Aladtec’s EMS Manager.
Ahead of it’s time, Aladtec launched EMS Manager before most EMS agencies and fire departments even had Internet service let alone a “smart phone”.
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