TimeclockOnline.com Solves Old Problems in New Ways

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Companies are throwing away paper time sheets and opting instead to use TimeclockOnline.com (http://www.TimeclockOnline.com). TimeclockOnline.com allows exempt employees to easily log project time for billing purposes and allows hourly employees to clock in/out of work.

We're very excited about the opportunity to complete with the large, disorganized companies whose focus is more on payroll than time keeping.

TimeclockOnline.com released version 2 of it's popular online timekeeping software today. This software is used by various companies to record time of both hourly and project (exempt) employees for the purposes of preparing for payroll and customer billing.

TimeclockOnline.com offers employers an alternative to paper punch cards and time sheets. "The web site is so easy to use, some customers have actually left larger companies like ADP for simple online interface offered by our software," said company president Joel Slatis. "We're very excited about the opportunity to complete with the large, disorganized companies whose focus is more on payroll than time keeping."

TimeclockOnline.com offers a 10 day demo period for customers to try the software's full online version. The software is also fully customizable for customers with unique requirements and works seamlessly across offices and even time zones.

About TimeclockOnline.com, Inc.

TimeclockOnline.com, Inc. is an entrepreneurial California Corporation founded in 2004 to deliver a simple interface to customers who want or need a web based time and attendance solution. The web site software was originally developed as an internal time-keeping tool but was later adapted into a stand alone application to serve the general business market. Today, TimeclockOnline.com customers include insurance offices, bookkeeping and accounting firms, travel agents, manufacturers, law offices and various other companies. For more information please visit http://www.timeclockonline.com.

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