Beaumont, TX June 29, 2020 – mJobTime is pleased to announce the acquisition of the PowerTrack business unit from POSDATA Group, Inc. The PowerTrack business unit will be merged with mJobTime to create a market leading portfolio of software products for the construction industry.
Mike Soniat, President, mJobTime, commented, “adding the PowerTrack business unit creates the premier suite of mobile apps for the construction industry. The goal is to provide our customers with solutions to increase productivity, decrease cost, and diminish risk. mJobTime and PowerTrack have long and prominent histories in the construction market and we plan to leverage those strengths”
mJobTime has offered market leading mobile time tracking solutions for the construction industry since 2006. “We are pleased to be adding the talented group of professionals that make up the PowerTrack team. Our plan is to maintain, support and enhance both the mJobTime apps and PowerTrack product lines. This will give our customers the broadest selection of mobile apps in the construction industry” says Mike Soniat President of mJobTime.
For over 18 years the PowerTrack Team has provided solutions to the construction industry. “PowerTrack’s resources coupled with the experience and professionalism of mJobTime will allow our new group to reach more customers with targeted solutions” added Erik Kennedy. Myself and my team are confident our merger with mJobTime will allow us to better meet the needs of our current and future customers.” Erik Kennedy will assume the role of Sr. Vice President of Sales for mJobTime.
Founded in 1994 and headquartered in Beaumont, TX, USA, mJobTime provides customizable, scalable time-tracking software to help businesses improve on their processes and efficiencies, while decreasing their costs and expenses. mJobTime has received many accolades including being named one of the 50 Hottest Companies by Constructech Magazine and more recently being named the Technology Enabler for Constructech Vision award winner Heico Construction Group.
Established in 2002 by POSDATA, PowerTrack quickly became a market leader for mobile and time keeping solutions for the construction trades. PowerTrack excels at tailoring the application to meet demanding requirements in the area of time keeping, material tracking, equipment tracking, daily diaries, barcode integration and the ability to easily deploy custom forms.
We recently talked to a prospective customer who was looking to purchase a mobile time tracking software application. They were looking for many of the same features and functionality that we offer, but there was one big thing that separated them from most of the prospects we talk to – they already had a mobile time clock application.
In our previous post, we began the discussion on how and why flexibility is an important component of a well-designed mobile time tracking system. Similar to humans, flexibility in a construction time clock application allows the user to enjoy better control of their system. In this post, we will explore some of the details of a flexible mobile time clock program.
Flexibility is a very, underrated quality - in just about every facet of life.
Being physically flexible allows us to continue to do our everyday activities. In sports, the better your flexibility, the more control you have over your body and the less susceptible you are to injury. As we age, we generally lose flexibility, which in turn, means we lose the ability to do some of the things we could do when we were younger. That’s why it is so important to retain as much flexibility as possible. Staying flexible significantly reduces the chance of experiencing occasional and chronic back pain and other injuries. Increased flexibility generally reduces stress and releases tension.
So you’ve warmed to the idea of upgrading your time collection processes. You see the benefits of a mobile time tracking system and are ready to move forward.
So, what’s next? Just how do I get started?
There is definitely a process that should be implemented and followed in order to give the project the best chance to succeed. We have outlined a guideline for such a process.
We technology companies far too often see things from our own very narrow perspective. As companies whose livelihoods depend on the ability to utilize, develop, and improve on technology, we assume that other companies share the same outlook.
And then I read a LinkedIn group post asking the question “Is the construction industry open to technological changes?
Although the responses were as expected, what surprised me was one particular answer – risk!
What is the right price to pay for a mobile time clock system? Do you have a budget? If so, how did you arrive at the budget? Was a flat dollar amount designated for the purchase price?
For some companies, a wireless time clock can be a commodity. Pick one off the shelf. It needs to track time by employee, date, and job. Just about every portable time clock system out there does that, so yes, it makes sense to go with the cheapest one.
Or does it?