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Going Mobile Webinar: 30 Minutes to Success

Janice Newland, VP - Business Development

Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Two Convenient Times

As mobile technology advances and time tracking applications mature, companies are now able to enjoy more powerful programs, tighter integration with accounting/ERP applications, run their apps on more devices, and increase productivity by doing much more than just tracking time in the field.

Going Mobile Webinar: 30 Minutes to Success

Janice Newland, VP - Business Development

Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Two Convenient Times

As mobile technology advances and time tracking applications mature, companies are now able to enjoy more powerful programs, tighter integration with accounting/ERP applications, run their apps on more devices, and increase productivity by doing much more than just tracking time in the field.

Welcome to the modern age of labor time tracking. No longer are businesses tethered to paper timesheets and punch cards, endless corrections and hours of payroll processing. Now your company can access the time clock anywhere at anytime with mJobTime's mobile time tracking software.

Punch Clocks of Yesterday

With paper timesheets youcertainty is limited and ineffective; accuracy depends in large part to who's clock you're relying upon, and by trusting your team members to consistently manage their efforts. You're taking the focus off the bigger responsibility of producing for your company.Inevitably people will forget to write things down or punch in/out, leaving records incomplete and inaccurate, which leads to much larger challenges when working with billable time and cost tracking analysis.

Additionally, digital punch clockcapabilities are limited by the manufacturer's software and there are no customizations for your specific business needs. Does it work with my accounting software? How often they ever release updates? Who knows?

Your company has probably been in business for many years. Have you ever given much thought as to how you derived at the business processes that you currently use? Not many people do, but at some point in time, operating in this manner probably was the most efficient method for your company. Is it still the most efficient, productive method? You be the judge.

One of the important considerations in designing business software is flexibility. No two companies operate the same way. In fact, there can be huge disparities in business processes between enterprises of similar sizes. As a software entity, you can’t afford to base your design on one particular framework as you can severely limit the market you sell to. Instead, to cover as wide a range of scenarios as possible, flexibility has to become one of your primary development goals.