In today’s business environment, your organization is probably looking for ways to do more with less. We’re excited to announce that we have launched a new time and attendance solution that can help you do exactly that.
The QuantixTM time and attendance system is the latest addition to the IDville offering that helps companies reduce clerical work, save money, recover lost time, and reduce human error. A Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) option, Quantix requires no servers or software to be installed on the user’s network and can be rapidly implemented. With the intuitive Quantix system, you will be able to have the new system up and running in a few weeks as opposed to the months some systems can require.
The Quantix system offers several cost savings opportunities to customers and streamlines attendance and payroll for companies with as few as 10 employees. Customers can see how much Quantix will save their organization with IDville’s online Return on Investment Calculator.
The new time and attendance system has several features that makes reviewing employee timecards and payroll much easier:
Using Quantix, supervisors can:
View and edit employee timecards
View in/out board with last punch
View infractions, hours, and overtime
View and edit employee schedules
View personnel data
Run PDF or excel attendance reports
Using Quantix, employees can:
View timecards and either clock in/out, transfer departments, or fill out their timesheets
View personnel data
The new QuantixTM time and attendance system gives small businesses the tools to manage employee time cards and payroll without breaking the bank. This system makes process efficiencies and cost savings accessible to organizations of all sizes.
For more information, request a free time and attendance information pack and enjoy a free time and attendance 30 day trial!
Dan is the IDville General Manager and oversees all product management and marketing for the IDville brand. Around IDville, Dan is known for the catchphrase, "talk to me," his not-so-secret designer past, and his passion for Michigan State sports.