Commit Works launches My Shift Resourcing for CiteOps software

Commit Works, a software provider of integrated work management solutions, has launched My Shift Resourcing, a new feature of CiteOps specifically designed to cater to the needs of shift supervisors responsible for executing operational shift plans, it says.

Building upon the existing weekly and 24 hour plans in CiteOps, My Shift Resourcing provides shift leadership with an easy way to allocate planned tasks to locations, equipment and personnel, according to the company. The web-based shift-lineout tool supports drag-and-drop task assignments, providing real-time feedback on the expected use of locations, equipment and personnel.

Shaun MacRae, Head of Product, says: “My Shift Resourcing is a game-changer for shift supervisors. The feature is designed to streamline the process of managing and executing shift plans, providing real-time feedback on resource utilisation. This simplifies shift planning and optimises operations by ensuring that work is assigned to the appropriate resources when needed.”

My Shift Resourcing is fully supported by CiteOps’ powerful personnel rostering capabilities, as well as the recently released skills and qualifications management capabilities, Commit Works says. This ensures the right resources are allocated to the right work at the right time. All work assignments appear automatically on custom or out-of-the-box shift plan printouts, as well as on mobile tablet and phone interfaces for digital field operations.

My Shift Resourcing has undergone on-site testing and development to deliver a measurable impact on operations, the company explained. It simplifies the detailed shift planning process and boosts overall operational efficiency by streamlining workflows, Commit Works added.