Solutions Designed with the
Construction Industry in Mind
Optimize Daily Processes
Integrate requests, schedules, hours and more in a single portal.
Conserve time and resources
Streamline day-to-day processes so you can keep your team focused and productive.
Use automated labor and overtime calculations to take an extra step out of your payroll process.
Increase Visibility into Costs
Prevent unnecessary billing mistakes with extensive visibility into scheduling and labor costs.
Utilize job costing
Monitor labor with up to six tiers using a job costing tool that can track multi-layered work.
Use Actionable Reporting & Analytics
See real-time data
Make decisions based on time and labor data with reports and widgets that pull the most up-to-date information.
Have reports waiting in your inbox when you come to work each day.
Enhance Your Efficiency
Streamline employee operations
Configure employee access to enable the most efficient daily operations for your employees.
Keep employees updated
Use the employee portal or mobile solution to ensure employees have access to schedules and documents when and where they need it.
Incorporate consistent scheduling
With greater visibility into your workforce, you can develop consistent shift scheduling, offering employees an improved work-life balance.
Streamline Time Collection
Use a mobile solution for employee operations in remote areas, including areas with no service.
Customize your device
Create a time clock best suited to your organization with a selection of attachment options.
Mitigate health risks
Incorporate a thermal sensor attachment in your time clock to stop potential health risks at the door.
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