OfficeWork Software Presenting at the South West Business Expo 20th November
Learn how Organisational Charting and Workforce Planning software lets you better manage and gain insights about your business.
Close to 260 exhibitors and 3000 people are expected to attend the South West Business Expo on Wednesday 20th November 2019 at Westpoint Arena, Exeter. Businesses present will represent a diverse range of industries from finance to machinery to tourism, and all stand to benefit from Office Work’s organisational visualisation and planning software, OrgChart. This 8th edition of the show will provide attendees the chance to network with other business owners, learn about new products and services and get advice from expert speakers.
Celia Lowman is the Managing Director of Office Work Software’s U.K. operation which has been based in Exeter since 2014. As a professional who’s worked in the region for the last 10 years she is keenly aware of the South West’s potential. “As businesses move out of London due to high cost, the economy and opportunities in the South West continue to grow.” she said “We’re excited to meet with businesses from all over the region to assist them with their organisational challenges.”
At the OfficeWork Software exhibit, Lowman’s team will be demoing OrgChart Now the leading online org charting software and the newly released OrgChart Platinum 12 desktop solution. This latest version of OrgChart gives richer custom visualisations of key grouping criteria for teams, projects, or payroll groups. Platinum 11 also has filters to identify open positions as well as new formatting and reporting options, enabling better decision making by managers and HR professionals.
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