As an executive or manager, are you constantly looking for more order, overview and efficiency in the work within your organization? An obvious tool for drawing up schedules is office software such as Excel. You can easily create an overview of tasks, responsibilities, objectives, etc., ... In itself Excel is quite handy and simple. But what if your projects become more elaborate and you want to draw up work schedules for example? In order to keep the overview you need to be good with Excel on the one hand. On the other hand you will have to constantly maintain and update all the sheets. Couldn't all this be easier?
Efficient planning is done in the blink of an eye with dedicated employee scheduling software. These 'SaaS' or Software as a Service solutions are available in the cloud so you can access them from anywhere. In essence, Excel is no better or worse than dedicated employee scheduling software, because both answer different problems and needs. So it is important to check which needs you have and find out what kind of software solution best suits the needs and wishes within your company. To help you with this you can read below about the pros and cons of planning with Excel and dedicated planning tools.
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