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Kronos Incorporated

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Kronos is a leading provider of workforce management and human capital management cloud software solutions.

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Kronos is a leading provider of workforce management and human capital management cloud solutions. Kronos industry-centric workforce applications are purpose-built for businesses, healthcare providers, educational institutions, and government agencies of all sizes. Tens of thousands of organizations — including half of the Fortune 1000® — and more than 40 million people in over 100 countries use Kronos every single day. Visit www.kronos.com. Kronos: Workforce Innovation That Works.

FOUNDED: 1977
EMPLOYEES: 5001-10000
WEBSITE https://www.kronos.com/
EMAIL pr@kronos.com
PHONE (317) 558-8600
ADDRESS 101 West Washington Street, Suite 900 Indianapolis, IN 46204 GET DIRECTIONS

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TechPoint announces new chair, Scott McCorkle, and two new board members

Salesforce Marketing Cloud COO Glenda Akers and Kronos VP, Global Professional Services Kristina Lengyel join board of directors TechPoint has announced new leadership for its board of directors. Scott McCorkle, former chief executive officer of Salesforce Marketing Cloud, will become board chair replacing Kelly Pfledderer, founder and former CEO of Apparatus. Glenda Akers, chief operating

Kronos credits local talent as key to five years of momentum in Indy

Since first opening its doors in 2012, the Kronos Indianapolis Technology Center of Excellence – driven primarily by Hoosier tech talent – has played a vital role in the exceptional growth of Kronos Incorporated, a $1.2 billion leader of workforce management and human capital management (HCM) solutions in the cloud. Headquartered in Massachusetts, Kronos discovered

Doug Ding couldn’t pass up Indy’s special vibe and energy

Doug Ding’s career has taken him to Kansas City, Mo., Chicago and New York, but as a Hoosier Xpat who attended Carmel High School, Purdue University undergrad and the University of Notre Dame for his MBA, he was keenly aware of the growing tech scene in Indiana. “To be honest, I wish I would’ve joined