Incorporating Software Internally


June 14, 2005

No one in the organization wants to use our software? Where have we gone wrong?

There is a possibility that the staffing software conflicts with your corporate culture. A problem like this can stem from improper implementation, or the selection of staffing software that simply will not work with the way you do things.

The first step to solving this is to talk to the users. Find out what exactly is holding them back. Get information from them on what it would take to make them use it.

Highlight what the staffing software can do. Try to get users excited about features that will provide them with benefits. Ask users for ideas on how the tools can be used. Train the users on how to use the software.Corporate leaders must set an example. Encouragement must come from the top. Senior executives must support the software with their own behavior and policy setting.

For more on productive staffing software use and other topics of interest, go to and click on our Blog. Or call ABD at 800-944-4223. ABD is the developer of Ultra-Staff software, which is used nationally by thousands of satisfied staffing and direct hire users.