Follow us for Davos updates

ATOSS

To find our more about
ATOSS
visit:
ATOSS
For more information visit:
Visit Website

ATOSS Software AG – shaping tomorrow’s working environments

New Work determines the working world of today and tomorrow. It's not just about trendy workplaces with sofas and football tables. It's about the balance between the interests of companies and ALL employees. From the office workers to the deskless workers. The holistic, data-based view creates flexibility, efficiency, consistent customer centricity as well as a positive employee experience thus making significant contributions towards higher value creation and a sharper competitive edge. The potential of digital workforce management has never been so high, but at the same time will never be as low as it is today.

Developments in the labour market are fuelling the skills shortage and will continue to do so in the future. On the one hand, an imbalance is created by demographic change. According to the Federal Agency for Civic Education, by 2037 the number of people of working age will fall to between 55 and 56 per cent, and by 2060 it will drop to as low as 53.2 per cent (in 2018 it was still 62.4 per cent). In order to also be able to deploy the ageing workforce as efficiently as possible, life-phase-oriented working time models are indispensable for companies.

This is countered by the entry of the young generations Y and Z into the job market. These generations have grown up as digital natives and digitization is not a foreign word to them. Employers must take this into account. Flexible working time models and working time organisation as well as a digital employee experience are mandatory tasks in order to be and stay attractive as an employer.

Of course, companies not only want to be attractive as employers, but also want to operate successfully in the market. Fluctuating order situations or global supply bottlenecks in industry make short-term adjustments indispensable, changing customer frequencies in trade or seasonality, for example, in the Christmas business, demand flexible ways of managing working hours. The same applies to volatile patient numbers in the health sector. Flexible staff deployment based on precisely analysed demands reduces over- and under-coverage and ensures that exactly the right employees are working in the right place at the right time with the right qualifications. In addition to an employee- and at the same time customer-centred flexible working time organisation, the issue of compliance is essential for companies. Among other things, the mapping, monitoring and compliance with legal, collective bargaining and company requirements, data protection guidelines, IT security rules, certifications, qualifications. In relation to workforce management, this means dealing with working hours and staff deployment in accordance with highly complexe rules.

ATOSS solutions enable a modern employee experience and a flexible, efficient workforce deployment. For 35 years, the SDAX-listed company has specialised in the topic of digital workforce management and is one of the leading international providers with over 12,000 customers in more than 50 countries across the globe.

New Work determines the working world of today and tomorrow. It's not just about trendy workplaces with sofas and football tables. It's about the balance between the interests of companies and ALL employees. From the office workers to the deskless workers. The holistic, data-based view creates flexibility, efficiency, consistent customer centricity as well as a positive employee experience thus making significant contributions towards higher value creation and a sharper competitive edge. The potential of digital workforce management has never been so high, but at the same time will never be as low as it is today.

Developments in the labour market are fuelling the skills shortage and will continue to do so in the future. On the one hand, an imbalance is created by demographic change. According to the Federal Agency for Civic Education, by 2037 the number of people of working age will fall to between 55 and 56 per cent, and by 2060 it will drop to as low as 53.2 per cent (in 2018 it was still 62.4 per cent). In order to also be able to deploy the ageing workforce as efficiently as possible, life-phase-oriented working time models are indispensable for companies.

This is countered by the entry of the young generations Y and Z into the job market. These generations have grown up as digital natives and digitization is not a foreign word to them. Employers must take this into account. Flexible working time models and working time organisation as well as a digital employee experience are mandatory tasks in order to be and stay attractive as an employer.

Of course, companies not only want to be attractive as employers, but also want to operate successfully in the market. Fluctuating order situations or global supply bottlenecks in industry make short-term adjustments indispensable, changing customer frequencies in trade or seasonality, for example, in the Christmas business, demand flexible ways of managing working hours. The same applies to volatile patient numbers in the health sector. Flexible staff deployment based on precisely analysed demands reduces over- and under-coverage and ensures that exactly the right employees are working in the right place at the right time with the right qualifications. In addition to an employee- and at the same time customer-centred flexible working time organisation, the issue of compliance is essential for companies. Among other things, the mapping, monitoring and compliance with legal, collective bargaining and company requirements, data protection guidelines, IT security rules, certifications, qualifications. In relation to workforce management, this means dealing with working hours and staff deployment in accordance with highly complexe rules.

ATOSS solutions enable a modern employee experience and a flexible, efficient workforce deployment. For 35 years, the SDAX-listed company has specialised in the topic of digital workforce management and is one of the leading international providers with over 12,000 customers in more than 50 countries across the globe.

View more videos

ATOSS Software AG – shaping tomorrow’s working environments

New Work determines the working world of today and tomorrow. It's not just about trendy workplaces with sofas and football tables. It's about the balance between the interests of companies and ALL employees. From the office workers to the deskless workers. The holistic, data-based view creates flexibility, efficiency, consistent customer centricity as well as a positive employee experience thus making significant contributions towards higher value creation and a sharper competitive edge. The potential of digital workforce management has never been so high, but at the same time will never be as low as it is today.

Developments in the labour market are fuelling the skills shortage and will continue to do so in the future. On the one hand, an imbalance is created by demographic change. According to the Federal Agency for Civic Education, by 2037 the number of people of working age will fall to between 55 and 56 per cent, and by 2060 it will drop to as low as 53.2 per cent (in 2018 it was still 62.4 per cent). In order to also be able to deploy the ageing workforce as efficiently as possible, life-phase-oriented working time models are indispensable for companies.

This is countered by the entry of the young generations Y and Z into the job market. These generations have grown up as digital natives and digitization is not a foreign word to them. Employers must take this into account. Flexible working time models and working time organisation as well as a digital employee experience are mandatory tasks in order to be and stay attractive as an employer.

Of course, companies not only want to be attractive as employers, but also want to operate successfully in the market. Fluctuating order situations or global supply bottlenecks in industry make short-term adjustments indispensable, changing customer frequencies in trade or seasonality, for example, in the Christmas business, demand flexible ways of managing working hours. The same applies to volatile patient numbers in the health sector. Flexible staff deployment based on precisely analysed demands reduces over- and under-coverage and ensures that exactly the right employees are working in the right place at the right time with the right qualifications. In addition to an employee- and at the same time customer-centred flexible working time organisation, the issue of compliance is essential for companies. Among other things, the mapping, monitoring and compliance with legal, collective bargaining and company requirements, data protection guidelines, IT security rules, certifications, qualifications. In relation to workforce management, this means dealing with working hours and staff deployment in accordance with highly complexe rules.

ATOSS solutions enable a modern employee experience and a flexible, efficient workforce deployment. For 35 years, the SDAX-listed company has specialised in the topic of digital workforce management and is one of the leading international providers with over 12,000 customers in more than 50 countries across the globe.

CyberVerse Advisors

CyberVerse Advisors - The Leading Cyber Advisory Companying Bringing Systems Together
View Video

Harvard Management Company

Harvard Management Company - Getting to Net Zero
View Video

Schoeller Allibert

Schoeller - Using a cradle-to-cradle approach to make returnable packaging more sustainable
View Video

Geopolymer

Geopolymer Solutions - Utilising a Time Tested Process for the Future Health of the Planet
View Video

Li-Cycle

Li-Cycle - Recovering the Value and Materials Within
View Video

Straumann

Straumann Group - Digitalization, entrepreneurship and sustainability to unlock the potential of people’s lives.
View Video

Provivi

Provivi - Developing Pheromone Solutions for Crop Protection
View Video

Boson Energy

Boson Energy - Enabling the Energy Transition with Waste
View Video

AXA Investment Managers

AXA Investment Managers - Working to Value Creation in Real Assets
View Video

Cambridge Associates

Cambridge Associates - Investing for Global Change
View Video

Svante

Svante - The ‘’Picks and Shovels’’ of the Carbon Marketplace
View Video

Eventide

Eventide Asset Management - Leveraging the Power of Capital
View Video

Toom

Toom Baumarkt - the sustainable, one-stop hardware solution for everything DIY
View Video

Henkel

Henkel - Setting the course for tomorrow with a clear sustainability strategy
View Video

Yokoy Group

YOKOY - more than just digitised invoices.
View Video

IAR Systems

IAR - Transition from an Internet of Broken Things to an Internet of Trust
View Video

Palladium Equity Partners

Palladium Equity Partners - Investing for all Stakeholders
View Video

ATOSS

ATOSS Software AG – shaping tomorrow’s working environments
View Video

IWC Schaffhausen

IWC Schaffhausen - A Responsible and Transparent Strategy from a Leading Manufacturer of Luxury Watches
View Video

Borussia Dortmund

Borussia Dortmund - A football club taking on responsibilities
View Video

Africa Finance Corporation

Africa Finance Corporation - Developing a Continent Through Carefully Managed Projects and Initiatives
View Video

Terra Firma

Terra Firma – Rethinking private equity in a changing investment landscape
View Video

RMS

RMS – Actionable risk insights in the era of climate change
View Video

BetterUp

BetterUp – The Democratization of Personalized Coaching
View Video

Lekoil

LekOil – Improving Lives and Adapting to the Changing Priorities of the Energy Market
View Video

Ecor Global

Noble Environmental Technologies – Invents Fiber Alloys® Creating Next Generation Design Materials
View Video

APPLY AND BE PART OF DAVOS 2023

APPLY HERE
Presented By