A generic tablet becomes a powerful time clock and project tracking system. The user clocks in as expected, but depending upon the configuration, up to 5 levels of drill-down can be active. So the time can be allocated to a complex relationship such as "Customer, Job, Phase, Cost Code, and Task". The relationships, levels and descriptions are specific to each environment.
Options for Time Clock include:
Multi-clock synchronization. Where a large facility has multiple clocks, clock events must be communicated to all clocks so that an employee can use any clock for a "punch".
Supervisor time review and approval. A web-based system that summarizes the time collected for a specific time period, and allows the supervisor to approve it before submission to the payroll system.
Time Track. A web system that allows a remote monitoring of employee attendance and job/task activity. Useful where a clock may be on a remote job site without direct supervision, as the remote supervisor can see who is clocked in and on what task.
Camera capture of punch activity. The front-facing camera can be activated to capture any punch on the device. This validates who actually clocked in or out; it can be set to continuous or random activity.
There is a version specifically for QuickBooks®, which reflects the structure required by that system. A separate version has a generic interface for connection to a variety of ERP and payroll systems.