Vivonet Labor Manager
Vivonet Labor Manager makes it easy to re-allocate staff in line with critical daypart information, forecasting, and overall sales data for the best use of labor expenditures.
This integrated, cloud-based application helps organizations to match the best people with the busiest times, all in a coherent and attractive interface. This gives management the clarity and above-store control needed to gain maximum ROI in every location.
Discover the True Value of Labor Using Your Data
Data-driven back of house management is a vital way to discover the true value of your labor investment. Scheduling the right people at the right time to drive sales and build your brand is a delicate balancing act. Vivonet Labor Manager gives you a solid and informed basis to strike that balance, helping you define the best way to invest in your people to the betterment of individual and multiple locations.
Easy, cloud-based access
Cloud-based reporting lends supreme flexibility. Review, monitor, and reallocate labor anywhere you have an internet connection.
Sales forecasting integration
Store-specific sales forecasts automatically flow into Vivonet Labor Reporting to connect labor and scheduling to sales strategy.
Robust scheduling optimization tools
Real-time above-store and in-store reporting to optimize staffing levels to critical daypart activities to optimize value of labor.
Clarity and control
Graphically displayed, easy to read schedules allow management of constraints including labor for part-time and minors.
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Seamless connection between labor and sales
Monitoring labor costs against daypart and overall location performance data creates a vital understanding of ROI.
Easy staff scheduling creation
Creating schedules in real-time including color coding, graphic display, drag and drop function, and more makes manager’s job easier.
Clear, data-driven labor ROI
Matching your staffing to sales forecasting optimizes your investment in labor at each location; never overstaffed or understaffed.