7 Benefits of Implementing an Online Time Clock Into Your Time and Attendance Process

January 15, 2018

  EMS agencies nationwide have started implementing biometric clocks into their time and attendance scheduling process based on the numerous benefits that come with the system. Biometric technology offers one of the most cost effective, convenient, and secure forms of employee and staff identification available in the world today; combining this tool with . . .

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Understanding EMS Scheduling Software & The Web of Information That Runs Your Business

December 20, 2017

    There are many different web-based products for just about any service you can imagine in the EMS and public service industry.  Most organizations use an HR Management system for on-boarding employees, managing their employment status and providing benefit enrollment.  There are more and more HRIS vendors that have “do it all” systems with the addition . . .

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Enterprise Solutions for Enterprise Operations

December 13, 2017

  There is nothing more difficult to manage than large, distributed operations in a nationwide or worldwide company. The hierarchy usually starts at the top with the HR department and company-wide IT departments headed by a CTO (Chief Technology Officer).  Next level is regions, then divisions within a region, then each operation within a division. Each . . .

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EMS Scheduling Software: Going Strong Since 2005

October 6, 2017

  In March 2005, eCore was the fortunate recipient of an article write up in JEMS magazine and web site about our products.  Prior to re branding to ePro Scheduler, the original product name was Net Scheduler Pro.  Even back in 2005, the eCore team was offering top of the line EMS Scheduling Software to the industry JEMS serves.

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Employee Scheduling Software at Hospital-Based EMS Operations

September 19, 2017

    Many large hospital groups have very large EMS operations to match and they cover ALS and MICU operations. These procedures are the most medically intensive in the EMS industry at large. One difficulty these EMS operations have been dealing with is trying to shoehorn the tools that are mandated by the payroll and hospital departments into their complex . . .

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