[clug-talk] Labor Scheduling
carlsonmark at gmail.com
Fri May 19 11:35:34 PDT 2006
On 5/19/06, Jesse Kline <jesse at kline.ca> wrote:
> I'm looking into a labor scheduling package for a local non-profit organization.
> I was wondering if anyone was aware of any open source solutions. I have a
> fairly complex set of requirements, the main one being that I need it to be able
> to match employees, clients, and locations and match them up based on
> availability, competencies, and needs. Since this may require some custom code,
> it would be nice to work with something open source. So far I have been unable
> to find anything that really comes close to what I'm looking for.
I haven't heard of any software (free or $$$) that is available that
will do all of that automatically. I have seen software (MS Project
and many groupware suites) that will help you do it.
Do you have an example of a non OSS package that provides what you
need? You could also inquire if they have an NPO discount... I know
some companys are very good in that respect (such as Oracle offering a
license to the CDICS for $500.)
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