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BMS Shift Scheduling Software

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P.O. Box 17188
Anaheim, CA 92807

About BMS Shift Scheduling Software

  • Snap Schedule Employee Scheduling Software minimizes the time you spend on scheduling and helps you ensure adequate staffing and adherence to labor and union rules.

    Schedule employees based on position, skill, availability, labor cost, and seniority. Easily assign shifts, mark time off, move or copy assignments with a simple drag-and-drop. Complex shift assignments, such as split shifts, multiple shifts, paid/unpaid time off, and on calls, are all supported. Snap Schedule comes with a growing set of schedule plans that encompass the vast majority of fixed and rotating shift schedules used by 24/7 operations and law enforcement agencies. With a single mouse click, Snap Schedule automatically generates shift assignments based on the selected schedule plan. Print, e-mail, and export work schedules and reports in PDF and a variety of formats.

    Snap Schedule starts at only $495 USD for a single-computer license. Try it FREE for 30 days! Visit http://www.BMScentral.com to download.
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