Employee Project Clock

Posted by download in Software on 19-11-2010

Application details

Employee Project Clock is a employee time recording program. If your Company must keep track of several employees' time entry on one or more workstations, this time clock program is just for you. This software is great for companies involved in control engineering, manufacturing, automation, tool and die shops and other job shops. Employee Project Clock has been designed to be user-friendly. The interface is intuitive and straightforward. Employees can easily enter their time and get right back to work. Employee time can be Broken down by selecting an optional client, project or task. Employees can also be split up into different shifts. Administrators can manage projects and expenses and even Create their own reports using the improved custom reporting feature. Project costs and schedules can be administered with the project management and expense features. Those companies currently using old-fashioned time-cards or manual time recording will find their productivity and accuracy greatly improved when using Employee Project Clock. Data can be imported and exported in CSV format. Other software can access employee project data though the available ODBC Driver. Employee project data can even be exported to QuickBooks and Microsoft Project. Benefits/Features: * Keep accurate time entry records by allowing each employee to easily punch time in and out. * Track employee time spent on different projects. * View employee time entry by shift. * Assign rates by employee or project for time billing purposes. * Further simply employee time entry by using a bar code scanner. * Use a time server to Prevent employees from fudging their in/out times. * Track project costs and schedules with the project management and expense features. * Access data from other database applications using the ODBC driver. * Save time by exporting your time data to QuickBooks without re-keying. * Save time by exporting your employee project data to MS.

 

 

 


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