Scottsdale, AZ (PRWEB) October 8, 2010
In July of 2010, NETtime Solutions released to market the revolutionary NETOne time clock. To date, over 200 NETOne clocks have been installed at 76 locations throughout the United States.
Wanting to know what clients thought of the NETOne, NETtime Solutions used the ultimate question from Net Promoter Score (NPS) to gauge clients’ reactions to how the NETOne has improved gathering their time and attendance.
Scored on a scale of 0-10, 10 being high, Net Promoter Score measures customer loyalty through the use of one question: How likely are you to recommend our product or service to a friend or colleague? With a NPS of 78%, NETOne is in good company with industry leading companies such as Adobe (37%), Symantec (36%), Amazon (71%), Google (63%), Charles Schwab (46%) and Verizon (41%).
The following are some of the comments clients shared:
“The NETOne terminal has been working well for us and [we] would recommend it to others.”
“I would certainly recommend the system due to the human error taken out for employees [and] managers when dealing with time cards.”
“I love the program and the equipment. The NETOne terminal is user friendly.”
“The clock is easy to use for the employees.”
“Everyone should have one.”
“We are thrilled with the response of our NETOne users,” said Bahan Sadegh, CEO and founder of NETtime Solutions. “When we developed NETOne, we wanted a device that was easy to use with functionality that surpassed any other time clock on the market. We are pleased that the NETOne has been so strongly embraced by our clients. The tight integration of NETOne with NETtime through push technology simplifies our clients’ time and labor management without the need of a dedicated polling computer.”
About NETtime Solutions
NETtime Solutions is the nimble and responsive pioneer of available anywhere, anytime SaaS time and attendance. NETtime helps companies manage their workforce with real-time time and labor management data while helping them maintain compliance with local, state and federal labor laws.