Reviewer, 2009-05-08 05:10:00
A list of people and the times when they are required to work. Roster is designed to simplify the process to prepare and maintain staff duty rosters. Duty roster software can save you up to 90% in scheduling time.
Features: A roster is list of people and their duty hours and job assignments etc. Roster 1.4 makes making the duty roster very easy and can organizes all related information quite well. Scheduling people for the duty roster can get tricky depending on the number of assignments, people and time slots one has to juggle around with. Roster is designed for fireman, dispatcher, call enter staff, emergency service staff and law enforcement officers, pupils, students and teachers, doctors, volunteer groups, churches, security services and police officers, soldiers etc. Using the Roster package can save you a large chunk of the scheduling time.
The program helps you create a roster quite easily and make an efficient roster for the tasks to be undertaken. The display is against a specific job and timeline. It shows the people assigned at different times on the same job. Since it uses icons for identifying the people it is easy to quickly identify the person. His details are noted on the roster of course. A database is available for the employees, team members who are to be assigned. A auto search helps filling the details if the member is already in the database so that what`s already in, need not be entered again. Authorized users can switch between profiles to look at the schedules of a staff member. One can look at the schedules of multiple members at the same time too. Alerts and reminders can be created for alerting people about a job/task coming up and on which they are scheduled. You can view the information about payments, daily income for any day at any moment. Microsoft Outlook data can be synchronized. Export of data is available to different formats: XLS, TXT, HTML, XML.
Overall: Quite a handy tool for creating duty rosters. Easy to use too. The interface is well designed.