"Our commitment to bringing customers the most functionality for the best value in time and attendance continues with the announcement iEmployee’s 2009 Winter Release."
Austin, TX (PRWEB) December 9, 2009
iEmployee, a leading provider of easy-to-use, web-based, self-service, human resource management software, today announced the availability of iEmployee’s 2009 Winter Release, the latest version of the company’s on-demand workforce Time and Attendance solution. Created with the user experience in mind, iEmployee’s 2009 Winter Release offers a more intuitive user-interface, best-in-class time clocks, and enhancements to existing functionality including iClock Advance, Accrual Tracking and Flex Pay Options and cross-browser compatibility with Firefox, Safari, and Chrome Web in addition to Internet Explorer.
With more than 400,000 active users, iEmployee’s Time and Attendance suite is a proven, easy-to-use and affordable solution. iEmployee’s 2009 Winter Release continues on this tradition of excellence by binging customers greater performance to further reduce the time spent on processing payroll. This efficiency offers customers the ability to increase payroll accuracy, streamline auditing and reporting and empower their employees and supervisors to better control data.
“Our commitment to bringing customers the most functionality for the best value in time and attendance continues with the announcement iEmployee’s 2009 Winter Release,” said Mike Galyen, Vice President of Products and Services for iEmployee. “Organizations invest more time and resources than needed into payroll processing. Automating Time and Attendance is critical and by using iEmployee’s 2009 Winter Release, businesses can not only reduce the time spent processing payroll but also realize a quicker return on investment.”
Companies of all sizes rely on iEmployee’s Time and Attendance suite of solutions to manage hourly and project time tracking, eliminate the hassles of paper timekeeping, and transition to "punch to paycheck”. The 2009 Winter Release capitalizes on this core functionality and offers customers:
- New time clock functionality eliminating buddy punching, clock-in errors and inaccessible time clocks by taking inputs from magnetic swipe, barcode, RFID and biometrics.
- A more intuitive user interface reducing the amount of time spent on payroll processing by offering improved global navigation functionality.
- Web-based iClocks optimized for improving accuracy and performance by allowing employees to log work hours and break times.
- Improved accrual features reducing the need to manually check PTO and increasing the accuracy of data.
- An enhanced flex pay system allowing companies with a number of different employee schedules to take advantage of the Web-based timesheets without worrying about data accuracy.
- Cross-browser compatibility enabling both PC and Mac users to take advantage of iEmployee’s Time and Attendance application.
To learn more about iEmployee and the company’s new iEmployee 2009 Winter Release please visit http://www.iemployee.com.
iEmployee delivers on-demand, web-based human resource management solutions to over 400,000 active users, enabling small to medium-sized businesses to easily and affordably manage employee labor data online and automate routine administrative tasks. iEmployee’s software-as-a-service products streamline time and attendance tracking, timesheets, paystubs, W2s, and self-service benefit enrollment/management. All solutions are fully hosted by iEmployee - there is no software to install or maintain. iEmployee offers accurate biometric punch data collection devices and easily integrates with existing major payroll systems, thus providing a quick and painless way for businesses to take their first step into a fully-automated HRIS solution and transition to “punch to paycheck” for a seamless, efficient organization. For more information, visit http://www.iemployee.com.
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