Service Providers Continue To Move Toward Cloud with Time and Attendance

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As SaaS-based applications continue to increase across all aspects of business, workforce management applications are also on an upward trend. Cross Check has partnered with in an effort to keep up with emerging trends in workforce management technology and provide its existing and prospective clients with a robust SaaS-based time and labor management application. (, a leading provider of Software as a Service (SaaS) with a major push in Workforce Management Solutions, has partnered with Cross Check to assist the organization with increasing its target market and creating a stickier vendor-client relationship with existing clients. As businesses continue the move toward automation to increase efficiency, time and attendance, or time and labor management applications are becoming more attractive.

According to a recent survey conducted by Saugatuck Research, IT users and executives expect that half of all new software deployments will be SaaS-based by the end of 2014. “Listening to the industry and identifying the ways in which organizations are moving forward is crucial,” explained Cameron Cross, Owner of Cross Check. “An application’s ease of deployment is a prevalent factor when choosing new technology, making the SaaS-based application we’ve acquired from a necessity in moving forward.”

“We are anticipating that this application will help us expand our target market by providing Employee Self-Service (ESS) to organizations with over 100 employees,” Cross stated. “We can provide employees with the ability to view and keep track of timesheet history, hours worked, accrual balances, and other items of that nature.”

Cross found that larger organizations are looking for workflow driven applications as well. “As far as we can see, all of the necessary workflow features are in place with’s applications, in addition to user permissions based on access rights. For instance, managers have access to employee information, however, only those employees assigned to them,” said Cross. Managers can also expand or limit the views of various sets of employees.

Another area that Cross Check anticipates benefit from is the ability punch via the Internet in addition to various devices including biometric, modem-based, telephone, etc. “One organization we’re working with is looking for something a bit more secure, so biometric devices are a good fit for them. On the other hand, many larger organizations we speak to are looking for additional automation through some more advanced data collection features like job costing and requesting time off via the web,” Cross explained. “The flexibility of this application will allow us to expand our client base, while still satisfying virtually all client needs.”

About Cross Check, Inc. –
Tennessee based Cross Check, Inc. was incorporated in 2005, and has been committed to providing organizations with the payroll, tax, and timekeeping services needed for success ever since. Cross Check goes above and beyond through the provision of a high level of personal customer service in which clients are treated as family. Cross Check’s top priority, as a service provider, is that the most cutting-edge technology is available to its clients - -

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Formed in 2002, helps companies deliver both internal and consumer-facing applications as a service that are more intuitive, easier to deploy, and offer lower total cost of ownership. Two distinct business lines include a pre-existing set of Human Resource centric applications that are offered under a private-label model and a pure multi-application, multi-tenant delivery platform that can be coupled with industry-specific business logic and proprietary data to be delivered as a complete SaaS solution - -


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