ReportTime, LLC has released the launch of the ReportTime time and attendance workforce management solution, a fully integrated labor management and scheduling application.
ReportTime is a new software-as-a-service (SaaS (News - Alert)) solution for workforce management, and a fully integrated labor management and scheduling application. The time and attendance solution provides complete, custom workforce management capabilities without custom development. Businesses of every size can benefit from ReportTime from simple, basic time management configuration to automated forecast demand scheduling.
“I’ve worked with Fortune 1000 companies on time and attendance projects for nearly two decades,” said ReportTime CEO Dan Higbee. “The most important lesson I’ve learned is that a product is only as good as its ability to address customer needs. ReportTime is completely configurable, allowing customers to change terminology, pay rules, scheduling preferences and more to evolve with their unique business as it grows or policies change, ultimately improving end-user experience and adoption.”
Key features of ReportTime include true business insight via intuitive reporting that anticipates what executives need to know in order to improve business profitability; automation of key business processes, making it easy to adapt to changing situations and giving users complete control; ease of adoption through the use of familiar terminology, settings and user interface; and integration with today’s most popular payroll and human resources applications.
ReportTime is affordably priced and supports global operations with multi-lingual, currency, date format and time zone capabilities.
The workforce management solution provides a time and labor management software-as-a-service solution designed for a global marketplace. It offers users easy adoption, implementation, business intelligence and automation, allowing businesses to be more profitable and efficient.
ReportTime will launch at the American Payroll Association 30th Annual Congress on May 7, 2012 in Orlando, Fla.