Atlas Business Solutions Releases New Version of VSS Pro Scheduling Software

Nov. 8, 2007
Version allows managers to apply scheduling templates, create daily rosters, send monthly calendars

The new version of the Visual Staff Scheduler Pro (VSS Pro) scheduling software is now available.

With version 10, users can schedule personnel easier and more efficiently than ever before. They can now rotate schedules and apply scheduling templates in seconds for weeks, months, or even years in advance. Schedulers can see more coverage totals to assure shifts, departments, locations, or positions are properly staffed. Printing and emailing monthly calendars, shift schedules, daily rosters, and any other type of schedule or report is now even more flexible, and the process of posting schedules as PDFs and web pages can be done in one simple step. VSS Pro 10 is the fastest, most affordable and easiest way to create work schedules.

For information, contact Joanna Wyganowska, Product Manager, Atlas Business Solutions, Inc. (ABS) at wyganowska@abs-usa.comj. More information on VSS Pro is available from Atlanta Business Solutions' website.

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