“Crowd handling” contrary to common notion can also refer to handling large worker information. Seattle-based company CrowdControl has been known for creating and launching crowd control software to the market. The software seems to be based on a new concept but has been a requirement by businesses for quite some time now.
What does crowd control software do? Initially one might imagine the software controlling crowd via their minds. It must have come from all the cartoons that has been watched in childhood, but no. The software does not actually control crowds in the sense of barricading them for them to stay at one place. It is crowd control in the sense that it manages crowds, people, workers—actually.
The software acts as an on-demand staffing management tool. In today’s global setting workers are enabled to take jobs on an on-demand basis, wherever they are in the world, in whatever time zone they use. There should be some sort of management mechanism to help control this “crowd of workers” otherwise the crowd might just turn into a mob of angry and dissatisfied workers threatening the business. This is the concept employed by CrowdControl and has been helping businesses manage workers all across the globe.