CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA -- June 20, 2018 -- Consultants in Data Processing (CDP), a leader in project controls professional services, and mJobTime Corporation (mJobTime), a leading provider of time tracking software for construction contractors, have announced a partnership where CDP will add the mJobTime suite of products to their portfolio of client offerings.
"Our clients are increasingly relying on mobile solutions that integrate with their construction and project management software to improve efficiency and reporting,” said Paul Riefenberg, President of CDP. “We are pleased to add mJobTime to our portfolio to provide our clients with a feature-rich, easy-to-use mobile solution that allows them to collect labor time, equipment time, production material information, and other key data.” Brett Kligerman, Vice President and Partner of CDP adds "the highly configurable nature of mJobTime, along with its versatility to either integrate with Spectrum Construction Software or be used as a stand-alone product will be very attractive to our clients.”
CDP and mJobTime have more than 50 years of combined experience working with project-centric teams to help them streamline operations, increase efficiency and profitability, and improve and expand reporting capabilities. This partnership gives CDP clients access to the most advanced system for collecting, editing, approving, and reporting on time, and will provide mJobTime clients access to strong construction project and accounting systems that can propel their organizations forward.
“Because of their extensive experience, knowledge, and technical expertise in the construction industry, we are very excited to partner with CDP,” stated Rich Daniels, VP and CFO of mJobTime. “When it comes to providing solutions for their customers, we know that CDP utilizes very high standards in selecting the products they represent. We are very honored to be included in those solutions”
About mJobTime Corporation
mJobTime Corporation has been delivering easy-to-use, configurable, and customizable time tracking software for leading construction contractors since 2006. mJobTime utilizes its Mobility Suite modules to accurately and efficiently track labor time, equipment time, daily logs, production units, per diem, budgets, GPS and Geo-fencing, and job-related documents. mJobTime has been a long-time member of the Sage Software Development Partner Program, a charter member of ViewPoint Software’s Development Partner Program, and works closely with many other construction accounting software companies to insure continuing seamless integration. Company headquarters are in Beaumont, TX, with sales offices in Denver, CO. For more information, please visit mjobtime.com
CDP is one of the original founding Oracle Primavera partners and continues to be one of the fastest growing Primavera partners in the US and Canada. CDP is also a leading provider for ViewPoint, ineight (Hard Dollar), Kahua, and Phoenix Project Manager. CDP has been providing services and solutions to the construction industry for more than 30 years. Together with its key partners, CDP has the software tools needed by project-centric organizations. Their industry expertise, solutions and personal touch leads to business success for their clients. www.cdp-inc.com
mJobTime, developer of construction time tracking software for ENR 600 and other leading contractors, is poised to unveil its brand new, innovative solution to allow customers to capture clock ins and out in the field by scanning employee fingerprints on Apple phones and iPads. The solution is fast, easy, and solves a problem that has long existed for contractors, Buddy Punching, where one employee clocks in one or more other employees (the buddies).
The Annual TUG National Users Conference is the largest conference in the country where users of Sage 300 Construction and Real Estate, Sage 100 Contractor, and Sage Estimating, meet to share knowledge, ideas and experiences.
Manning Booth #17 for mJobTime will be Janice Newland, VP of Business Development, and Reece Jordan, Territory Sales Manager.
Visitors, be sure to schedule a demo within 30 days of the end of the show to qualify for a 15% Show Discount.
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mJobTime Announces New Biometric Mobile Time Tracking App To Eliminate Buddy Punching
New App Enables Fingerprint Clock-in On Smartphones and Tablets
mJobTime Corporation, a leading provider of construction time tracking solutions for ENR 600 and other leading contractors, is pleased to announce an innovative new addition to their mJobTime® product line which allows employees to clock in and out via a fingerprint scan on smartphones and tablets.
Buddy punching, where one employee clocks another employee (“the buddy”) in or out, has been a problem for construction companies since the invention of the punch clock in 1888. Previous solutions involved using separate scanning devices connected by cable to a laptop or tablet, or a stand-alone stationary (immobile) clock.
“mJobTime customers can now enjoy all the conveniences and security of a mobile biometric time tracking solution without the previous hassles”, said Mike Soniat, Director of Technical Services for mJobTime. “Initially, we will roll out the app for iPhones and iPads. This will be followed later in the year by the release of an Android version. We are very excited to offer our customers this important new functionality.”
About mJobTime Corporation
mJobTime Corporation has been delivering easy-to-use, configurable, and customizable time tracking software for leading construction, energy, and other contractors since 2006. mJobTime utilizes its Mobility Suite modules to accurately and efficiently track labor time, equipment time, daily logs, production units, per diem, budgets, GPS and Geo-fencing, and job-related documents. mJobTime has been a long-time member of the Sage Software Development Partner Program, a charter member of ViewPoint Software’s Development Partner Program, and works closely with many other construction accounting software companies to insure continuing seamless integration. Company headquarters are in Beaumont, TX, with sales offices in Denver, CO. For more information, please visit mjobtime.com.
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