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USING mJOBTIME MOBILE BIOMETRIC TIME TRACKING APP, HEICO NAMED A GOLD AWARD WINNER IN THE SPECIALTY CONTRACTOR: MORE THAN $500 MILLION CATEGORY            

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     mJobTime Corporation, the premier provider of time tracking software for construction contractors proudly announces that it's customer, Heico Construction Group, was named as a 2018 Vision Gold Award winner by Constructech magazine in the Specialty Contractor: More than $500 million Category for leveraging an innovative technology developed by mJobTime.

Now in its 19th year, the Constructech Vision Awards honor companies that are using emerging technology in a pioneering way to solve a challenge or to transform the industry. The winners were selected by a group of industry experts, analysts, professors, and consultants based on the construction company’s ability to solve a business problem, use technology in a unique way, and the ROI (return on investment) of the solution. Companies are eligible for a Gold, Silver, or Bronze in their category. Additionally, Constructech recognizes the hardware and software companies that helped enable the construction company to receive its award.

“This year we had the largest pool of entries by construction companies, with a focus on improving their ability to respond to customer demands through the use of emerging technology and transforming their businesses all while keeping their workers safe at the jobsite,” says Peggy Smedley, editorial director of Constructech magazine and president of Specialty Publishing Media. “Although not every company that nominated made it to the podium this year, the ones that are earning industry accolades are demonstrating how critical technology is in building upon a new world economy.”

"With our focus on helping ENR 600 and other leading contractors, we are particularly excited for our customer, Heico Construction Group, to win the Gold Award in this category" said Rich Daniels, CFO of mJobTime Corporation. "Heico is a very leading-edge organization with a keen focus on innovation in order to do a better job in less time. They came to us with an idea for a mobile biometric time tracking app  to run on iPads and iPhones and we were able to deliver an effective solution in a relatively short period of time. We congratulate Heico on winning this prestigious award and look forward to working with them in the future to achieve even more innovation.”

 

 

About mJobTime Corporation

mJobTime Corporation has been delivering easy-to-use, configurable, and customizable time tracking software for ENR 600 and other 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 ensure continuing seamless integration. Company headquarters are in Beaumont, TX, with sales offices in Denver, CO. For more information, please visit mjobtime.com.

 

About Heico Construction Group

Heico Construction Group consists of seven companies serving the commercial and industrial construction markets throughout the United States and Canada. Bo-Mac Contractors, Ceco Concrete Construction, Concrete Frame Associates, KenMor Electric, Titan Formwork Systems, Tribco Construction Services, and Zalk Josephs Fabricators are among the companies the Group supports. Each company operates separately and has its own unique niche in the construction industry. For more information, please visit Heico Construction Group.

 

 

 

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.

See you in Florida where the sun does shine!

 

 

 

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.

 

Much has changed since we wrote the original post for this subject back in June, 2011. Smartphone sales are expected to roughly double between 2011 and 2015 as shown in the following diagram courtesy of Statista:

Statista estimates that handset penetration per capita in North America is expected to reach 104% by the end of 2015. What all this really means is that mobile technology is much more ubiquitous. The overwhelming portion of the populace has some kind of mobile device.

Combining this with the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policies that have evolved in the last few years and the fact that much of the work force is younger, contractors are taking advantage of these changes to implement mobile technology in construction at a pace not previously seen. Companies that fail to do so will not remain competitive.

Probably the biggest factor in choosing a mobile time tracking application is determining what application meets your most important needs at the lowest possible cost.  No system can be the right solution for everybody.  Low price systems will save you money, but will they do what you need them to do?  High end systems may meet your requirements but can also have many features that you may never use. 

Although an in-depth discussion is beyond the scope of this article, here are a few points to consider:

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.

Since the time that Apple and Google have become dominant players in technology, there has been the argument of which strategy is better – having near total control of your product or taking a “giving the keys to the car” approach.

Steve Jobs, the legendary founder and CEO of Apple was well known for his laser like focus. He first used it on the Apple I personal computer and its subsequent iterations, then on the iPod, iPhone, and iPad. Job’s philosophy was that brilliance was achieved through simplicity.  He also believed that his products would be more dependable if he had complete control of their environment. 

Imagine this... You have mJobTime exporting your labor timesheet information directly to your accounting software. You have a seamless process for payroll operations, and you've just paid your labor force for the 50th time this year. With two weeks left in the calendar year, your company suffers a huge blow with a tragic fire that destroys your offices, computers, and laptops. 

New feature allows employees to check hours worked from their personal mobile devices

mJobTime Corporation announces the addition of an employee time portal to their industry leading mobile time tracking software. This innovative new feature allows individual employees to access the mJobTime Web Edition to review their hours worked. Using a personal identification number (PIN) to log in, employees can view, print, or email their hours for any week or two week period, all without the need for a user license.

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