MobileTime: Mobile Time Tracking News and Tips

MobileTime: Mobile Time Tracking News and Tips

Welcome to the latest edition of MobileTime, a blog about the issues affecting mobile time tracking and the construction industry in general.  Our goal for this blog is to provide useful, helpful information presented in a concise format to our customers and all others who might benefit. Today's article discusses mJobTime Corporation’s participation in the Sage Summit trade show and the unveiling of our new mJobTime Web Edition.  
Welcome to the latest edition of MobileTime, a blog about the issues affecting mobile time tracking and the construction industry in general.  Our goal for this blog is to provide useful, helpful information presented in a concise format to our customers and all others who might benefit. Today's article discusses the advantages of using a SQL-based time tracking application.  
Welcome to the latest edition of MobileTime, a blog about the issues affecting mobile time tracking and the construction industry in general.  Our goal for this blog is to provide useful, helpful information presented in a concise format to our customers and all others who might benefit. Today's article discusses the factors involved in adopting mobile technology for the enterprise.  
Welcome to the latest edition of MobileTime, a blog about the issues affecting mobile time tracking and the construction industry in general.  Our goal for this blog is to provide useful, helpful information presented in a concise format to our customers and all others who might benefit. Today's article will feature select news topics affecting the construction industry as a whole.  
Not that many years ago, companies with field employees were limited to tracking time using paper timesheets.   The first time clock was actually invented on November 20, 1888, but in most cases, stationary time clocks are not a good fit for the construction industry.  Then along came laptop computers equipped with Lotus 123, Microsoft Excel , or other similar products that allowed the user to enter labor hours in spreadsheets which could be then submitted to the payroll staff in the office. By the end of the 20th century, digital remote devices were being introduced into the field as part of the first line of mobile time tracking systems.  
It is common knowledge that mobile time tracking software can improve the productivity and profitability of construction companies in many situations. The contractor must first compare the estimated savings of both time and money with the purchase and operating cost of the new software. Once a positive determination has been made, and the software has been purchased along with any associated hardware and periphery supplies and equipment, then the real work begins – installing the software and getting your employees to use it.  
Last night, with only hours before three provisions were set to expire, President Obama arose early in the morning in France in time to review, approve, and sign an extension of the Patriot Act. Except that he didn't actually do any signing. Instead, the President authorized the use of an autopen, a machine which holds a pen and signs his signature.  
Modular home construction started gaining acceptance in the early 20th century. Sears Roebuck Co. sold between 70,000 to 100,000pre-fabricated homes between 1908 and 1940. The market continued to grow and evolve through the remainder of the 20th century and into the 21st century.  But modular building for commercial use seems to be a market now gaining momentum. 
According to the Industrial Resources Council, over 300 million scrap tires are generated annually of which almost 40 million end-up in landfills each year.  This is in addition to about 180 million tires in stockpiles. The three major markets for scrap tires are: fuel, civil engineering applications, and ground rubber.  Of the three, tire derived fuel(TDF) is by far the largest market with users including cement kilns, pulp and paper mills, electric utilities, and industrial facilities. TDF is popular because the energy provided by tires is comparable to that of oil and greater than that of coal, plus tires are low in sulphur and NOx gas emissions.   

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