Yet Another Cloud Based Clock In Software Product Hits Our Screens
Do the people who believe this is the future of clock in software have their head in the clouds, or is it really as good as they say.
Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) July 03, 2013
Captain Clock launched its new time tracking app and clock in software this year to help a staggering number of small businesses that are still supporting the Dunder Mifflin’s of the world. In a climate where cloud technology, bring your own device and “work anywhere” have become the norm, many small businesses still cling to manual, paper-based processes.
To date, the Microsoft Office template library contains over 20 unique templates of printable employee timesheet forms. And, even as late as October 2012, we see sophisticated institutions like UC Berkley finally announcing its move to an automated timekeeping system. Web-based time tracking solutions like Captain Clock simplify employee management, allowing employees to log time accurately from anywhere via laptop, desktop or mobile device. Time-restricted business owners and managers can set up employee schedules and export payroll reports in mere seconds.
“Captain Clock makes things easier. Each time they login in, employers land on a simple dashboard that gives them a snapshot of employee productivity. In an instant, they can know how many hours have been worked vs. scheduled, who’s been late recently, and if there are any pending time-off requests to deal with,” explained Andrew Miller, social media manager for Captain Clock.
There continue to be roadblocks to technology adoption, including price, user appeal and ease-of-use, but the increasingly rapid adoption of web marketing technologies by businesses of all sizes shows that adoption rates are slimming up.
We live in a web-based world, and in one form or another nearly all businesses have adopted mobile and cloud-related technology. It’s gotten to the point where employees are tweeting in commute for their employer—it only makes sense that they should log their hours from the same device,” says Miller.
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Summary: We’ve checked out a lot of cloud based products over the years, but I feel you just can’t beat a real world, real time clock in software for peace of mind. It’s important that you stay in control of your employee database, which after all contains a lot of sensitive information regarding your employees and your business.
Clock in software is just one of the products constantly launched in supposedly new and better ways year after year. At the end of the day, the tried and tested real world versions always win through and stay the course, and they won’t disappoint. Clock in software is one business tool you must get right, and in a world of multiple choices it can be confusing, be sure to obtain the guidance of someone with the experience to lead you through the minefield of technology and propaganda out there.