Whether you are a Law firm, a Knowledge Worker, or an AI, Time by Ping is a tool to keep you up to date with all the latest information. You can get the information you need, in the time you need it, from the experts. And it’s all automated!
Time By Ping
Using AI and screen capture applications to categorize and quantify your employees’ work output, Time by Ping provides a novel solution to a mundane task. It’s not just for the office crowd either; a recent survey of remote workers revealed that more than half would leave the company if their manager implemented surveillance measures to track their whereabouts.
There are many time tracking applications on the market, but Time by Ping takes the cake for accuracy and usability. For starters, it is compatible with all major accounting software packages, which means that it can be quickly implemented for a fraction of the cost of a dedicated service. In addition, the company recently landed a high-profile accounting firm as a client. With this influx of cash, Time by Ping can more quickly implement new features and expand its offerings beyond time tracking to accounting, customer success and professional services.
Artificial intelligence (AI)
Applied AI (AI) is a type of technology that is used in a wide variety of industries. It can improve the performance of an organization, increase productivity, and deliver a competitive advantage.
AI systems are able to analyze large amounts of data and find patterns. They can also predict future states. These capabilities can help companies make better decisions faster, reduce costs, and boost customer loyalty.
AI systems can be used for many purposes, including image recognition, machine vision, and speech recognition. The use of AI is rapidly increasing across many industries. In fact, Gartner predicts that by 2025, 50% of enterprises will have platforms that allow them to operationalize AI.
AI is used in the healthcare industry to help diagnose patients faster. It can be used to tailor treatments. It can also reduce the cost of healthcare.
During a period of industry consolidation, many law firms were forced to make hard choices. The most obvious was a contraction of key metrics such as revenue and billings. The good news is that some firms have been able to reposition themselves for the future. The most interesting aspect of this type of consolidation is that it has allowed firms to look at their competition in a whole new light. The result is a more innovative firm, with a more efficient legal staff and better client service. A larger budget for human capital yields a larger reward in the form of a more collaborative and more innovative culture. Among the perks are a better work-life balance, more time for client meetings and a higher esprit de corp.
‘Knowledge workers’ are people who have specific skills, such as financial modeling or computer science, who work in an industry. They combine multidisciplinary cognitive skills with insightful knowledge to help organizations solve complex problems.
The number of knowledge workers is rising rapidly. In 2012, the number of knowledge workers was over a billion. By 2021, Gartner predicts that the number of remote workers will reach 51%.
The increase in knowledge workers presents new challenges for employers. In the future, employers must create and retain a workforce that will help them stay competitive. The challenge is to retain knowledge workers while also offering them higher salaries.
Knowledge workers are expected to be more innovative and develop new skills. They are also expected to generate value by solving problems and developing new products and services. In addition, they are expected to be more global and work across different industries.