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September 18, 2011

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WhenIWork – Easy Employee Scheduling Software

WhenIWork - startup Featured on StartUpLift

When I Work is a better way for businesses to manage shift-based work schedules using mobile apps, text messaging and the web.

Target Audience: Businesses that employ shift-based staff
Website URL: http://wheniwork.com


Feedback sought:

  • Visit http://wheniwork.com. Spend no more than 10 seconds on the home page. Is it clear what we do and how you can try us out?
  • Do you think it would be more effective to show a screenshot of our app rather than the photo of people?
  • Are you encouraged to sign up for a free trial/free account? If not, why?
  • Please share any additional feedback/comments you may have.

About When I Work:

We have reinvented employee scheduling with the launch of ‘When I Work,’ a staff scheduling software that helps businesses better manage shift-based work schedules. Employees and managers connect to the work schedule using the web, mobile apps, email and text messaging.

Our unique approach to software design disrupts an otherwise saturated market of complicated, hard-to-learn, half-baked scheduling tools. When I Work enters the market with a number of industry firsts that catapult traditional workforce scheduling into the era of Facebook and Twitter.

       
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