M2SYS appoints Steve Runyan, VP Sales for its Workforce Solutions division

March 12, 2013 - 

M2SYS has announced its latest appointment: Steve Runyan, as VP of Sales for its Workforce Solutions division, the branch of the company which focuses on workforce management solutions.

Runyan brings over 25 years of experience to M2SYS in domestic and international sales and business development across a myriad of industries, most recently in workforce management where he focused on enterprise sales in the retail vertical for Kronos, Inc.

“Steve brings outstanding business acumen and a wealth of experience in enterprise workforce management solution sales,” Mizan Rahman, Founder and CEO of M2SYS said. “He is well poised to oversee the expansion of our innovative RightPunch biometric time clock software, which drastically reduces payroll error rates, expedites the clock in/out process and is a perfect complement to wall mounted biometric time and attendance clocks.”

According to the company, the M2SYS Workforce Solutions Division is dedicated to providing workforce management solutions to help employers reduce cost and improve efficiency.

“It’s exciting to have Steve on board as our VP of Sales for the M2SYS Workforce Solutions division,” Michael Trader, President of M2SYS said. “The depth of his leadership capabilities and experience building relationships and managing complex enterprise solutions will be a tremendous asset to M2SYS. He represents a key strategic resource in our continued efforts to help employers reduce unnecessary labor costs, ensure compliance and increase employee productivity by eliminating buddy punching.”

Reported previously in BiometricUpdate.com, M2SYS recently announce that optometric dispensary chain, U.S. Vision successfully integrated its RightPunch biometric time clock workforce management solution into the company’s existing Kronos timekeeping suite.


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