IHS data shows that Kronos remains the leading worldwide supplier of workforce management solutions, with 37 percent of the Americas market share and 25 percent of worldwide market share. Kronos continues to grow twice as fast as the worldwide workforce management market, having reported a 10 percent increase in revenues in Fiscal 2013, versus IHS’s 5.2-percent forecasted growth for the market.
Kronos multinational customers that have optimized workforce management practices with Kronos include one of the world’s most recognized food and beverage brands with more than 300,000 employees using Kronos; a leading athletic retailer with more than 13,000 employees using Kronos; a leading luxury clothing retailer with more than 15,000 employees using Kronos; a leading retail brand with more than 100,000 employees using Kronos; a leading hospitality company with nearly 100,000 employees using Kronos; one of the world’s leading technology brands with nearly 50,000 employees using Kronos; and one of the world’s largest fast-food restaurant chains with more than 7,000 employees using Kronos.
Locally owned, region-specific organizations also optimize their workforce management practices with Kronos, including: ALDI Stores, A Limited Partnership, with more than 200 stores operating across New South Wales, ACT, Queensland, and Victoria, Australia; Bupa (Australia), the largest private-aged care provider with 60 homes caring for more than 5,000 residents; CBS Interactive China, the largest vertical media group in China; Co-operative Food, with 80,000 colleagues and 2,300 retail outlets in the UK; Hitachi Construction Machinery (Australia) Pty Ltd, a subsidiary of Hitachi Construction Machinery Co., Ltd (Japan).
It also includes: Australia’s home for sales and support of Hitachi, John Deere, and Bell construction, forestry, mining, quarry, and recycling machinery; PVR Cinemas, one of the leading motion picture exhibitors in India; Renault-Nissan Automotive India, the India subsidiary of Renault-Nissan; Sports Direct, the UK’s leading sports retailer by revenue and operating profit, and the owner of a significant number of world-famous sport, fashion, and lifestyle brands; and Village Roadshow Theme Parks (VRTP), a division of Village Roadshow Limited, owner and operator of Australia’s most popular theme parks and Wet ‘n Wild branded water parks in the U.S.
Kronos global partners – including Capgemini in China, Group Seidor in Portugal and Spain, and Qimpro in India – continue to embrace the latest Kronos innovations in workforce management, from the company’s award-winning user interface to its fast-growing cloud business, and from the revolutionary Kronos InTouch time clock to the latest in mobile and tablet solutions, Kronos partners around the world are enthusiastic about how Kronos is reinventing the way organizations manage their workforces using innovative solutions from Kronos.
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