“By implementing a more automated approach to human resource and time management, organizations can reduce costs and ensure 100% employee productivity. A necessity for companies in today's economy.” Nate Pruitt, VP of Marketing and Sales
Austin, TX (PRWEB) June 2, 2010
iEmployee, a leading provider of easy-to-use, web-based, self-service, human resource management software, today announced a partnership with SteadyCare, a provider of innovative monitoring call-in and reporting services. The combination of iEmployee’s Time and Attendance software with SteadyCare’s Internet-based monitoring service provides a unique human resources solution for human services organizations to more effectively manage and monitor their employees.
SteadyCare is the latest company to join iEmployee’s growing roster of partners further expanding the reach of iEmployee’s Time and Attendance solution. Designed to provide organizations with an automated way to track time, payroll and attendance, iEmployee’s Time and Attendance solution has more than 400,000 active users today. By offering partners the ability to enhance their portfolio with a proven, comprehensive Time and Attendnace solution, iEmployee helps businesses expand their product offering and deliver a more complete human resources solution to simplify payroll procedures, save time and money.
“Our partnership with SteadyCare exemplifies iEmployee’s continued focus and success on building the company’s channel program with leaders in a variety of industries,” said Nate Pruitt, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for iEmployee. “Ensuring 100 percent productivity is a priority for companies today. Every minute counts. By implementing a more strategic and automated approach to human resource and time management, organizations can reduce costs and ensure employee productivity.”
Through this partnership, SteadyCare will offer current and future customers the ability to expand their monitoring capabilities to include Time and Attendance efficiencies including integration of SteadyCare’s monitoring data with their customer’s payroll and human resource services. Both SteadyCare and iEmployee solutions are software-as-a-service delivered products, fully hosted with no software and hardware to install or maintain providing organizations with a turn-key, low-cost human resources solution.
"We are pleased to be announcing our new partnership with iEmployee through which we can offer our clients a reliable Time and Attendance solution,” said Phil Clifford, Chief Executive Officer of SteadyCare. “We feel that partnering with iEmployee and being able to offer customers their Time and Attendance solution complements our primary focus for monitoring staff and will further enhance the value SteadyCare brings to the human services industry.”
To learn more about iEmployee’s partnership with SteadyCare or how you can become a partner with iEmployee, please visit http://www.iemployee.com/partners. You can also connect with iEmployee through the company Blog, LinkedIn or Twitter.
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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