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Asure Software Intros iEmployee EasyTouch Time Clock

June 16, 2008

Combining a touch-screen time clock, an Internet-enabled device, and Web-based time and attendance software, Asure Software has introduced the iEmployee EasyTouch Time Clock.
 
With the help of this small, lightweight EasyTouch Time Clock, employees are provided with real-time access to schedules, time-off balances, and attendance history.
 
Re-defining how employees interact with time clocks and access personal information, EasyTouch Time Clock provides in an application of intelligence and integration with iEmployee Time & Attendance.
 
 iEmployee providers and customers of all sizes gat an easy and affordable, comprehensive time and attendance system that combines an attractive touch screen interface, a full range of biometric and card recognition options, and a Web-based workforce management solution.

 
iEmployee enhances data accuracy, reduces costs and enables employees and managers to function more independently by marrying software and hardware solutions.
 
EasyTouch uses the popular time collection method on a sleek, Internet-enabled device with plug-and-play Web services architecture. This allows the customers to simply connect EasyTouch Time Clocks to their wired or wireless networks and rapidly deploy an integrated time and attendance solution. EasyTouch allows real-time views of schedules, time-off balances, and attendance history. It also allows employees and managers to easily track time by job code, project, department or any custom qualifier.
 
“EasyTouch Time Clock is a major step forward -- not just for time tracking devices -- but for the entire time and attendance process,” said John Stockton, Vice President of Product Management for Asure Software.
 
“EasyTouch enables customers to automatically synchronize employee data with Asure's iEmployee Time & Attendance solution practically eliminating inaccurate employee attendance data and the costs associated to address such discrepancies.”
 
 
Raju Shanbhag is a contributing editor for ContactCenterSolutions. To see more of his articles, please visit his columnist page.
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