Your Blueprint for Employee, Manager and Organizational Success

Productivity data and actionable insights ensure transparency and an opportunity to streamline processes and workflows

Measuring productivity is not just about tracking time spent on tasks; it’s about understanding how work is being done and how it aligns with your business goals. Prodoscore goes beyond mere time tracking and provides a comprehensive picture of employee work patterns, including things like engagement, collaboration, and technology usage.

By harnessing the insights embedded within their workforce data, leaders can gain a deeper understanding of employee needs, aspirations, and motivations. This data-driven approach empowers organizations to make informed decisions that not only enhance employee satisfaction but also strengthen their overall employee value proposition.

The Benefits of Data Intelligence for Executives

  • Better manage payroll dollars
  • Drive change with confidence
  • Create a culture of coaching
  • Visualize tech stack adoption and streamline usage
  • Understand short and long-term effects of decisions on performance and profitability
  • Identify ways to develop, retain, and engage teams
  • Get insights to optimize operations and improve productivity
  • Promote a culture of continuous improvement that empowers teams to succeed
  • Build efficient teams that deliver results
  • Enable and support a remote workforce
  • Mitigate churn

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