Workforce Management Feature Article
December 12, 2011
E22 Alloy Harnesses Power of Workforce with 'Alloy' Launch
By Mini Swamy, TMCnet Contributor
Bringing insightful analytics to organizational management and transparency into the performance of the digital workforce is what E22 Alloy, a Southern California software company, claims to do well. It has launched Alloy – the 'Workforce Telemetry' to help bring objectivity to the art and science of organizational management.
In spite of having powerful analytics, companies have limited insights when it comes to the projects and documents that employees are working on and the tools that they employ. In fact, companies are generally unaware as to what is actually going on internally.
These are systemic inefficiencies that need to be reduced but E22 Alloy states that most organizations rely on subjective opinions and self reported data about internal issues, which is rather inadequate. With Alloy's Workforce Telemetry software , companies have automatic access to business intelligence data and generated reports that they can use to optimize the enterprise.
Company CEO, Josh Gold, commented on the inadequacy of the existing organizational management techniques and attributed it to the fact that knowledge workers, who comprised the strategic and creative engine of today's business, had to log updates manually.
E22 Alloy stated that its Workforce Telemetry solution was relevant to the needs of both large and small organizations, was easy to use and deploy, scaled flexibly and had no upfront costs. Moreover, it provided transparency and privacy and didn't require any input from team members.
According to E22, Alloy's compatibility with any existing business software and ability to provide new level of insights would prove to be invaluable to the modern enterprise.
The company is offering a free 30-day evaluation of its software to qualified businesses. This is available at the company website.
Mini Swamy is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of her articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Chris DiMarco