03/06/2012 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Removing the Hurdles of Time Tracking
No one likes to do time entry; That is no surprise. As painful as it is, logging time is a business necessity because not only does it provide the basis for paying employees for their work, it is also the method by which organizations can understand the cost and productivity of their employees and improve their business.
Times are changing and major technology advances like the cloud and mobile devices are transforming how organizations track employee time to make it easy and ubiquitous. In this session, you will learn how emerging technologies are re-inventing traditional way that we think about time capture to make it effortless for employees.
Mobile devices have already started to make time entry possible from virtually anywhere and there are great advances to be made in that area… but that’s only the beginning. Mobile devices work great for professional salaried employees, but what about hourly employees who still depend on traditional punch clocks?
Punch clocks have long been considered an “innovation dead-zone”, with little advances made in the last three decades. This area is ripe for disruption: Can you imagine if your punch clocks turned into a virtual HR service kiosk? Can punch clocks be relevant to salaried employees too? What about for small organizations who historically haven’t been able to afford this technology?
As we look into the future, we’ll also explore how other technologies can be leveraged to make time entry more automatic and ubiquitous. How can technologies like GPS systems and new concepts like automated intelligent data analysis play a role in time capture?
Join us for an exciting session that will push the limits of what we consider traditional time capture.