Archive for September, 2011

TimeClock Plus and The Texas Computer Cooperative Enter Into Partnership

SAN ANGELO, Tx., Sept 13, 2011TimeClock Plus, the innovative leader in automated time and attendance solutions, has partnered with the Texas Computer Cooperative (TCC) as their hosted time and attendance vendor for the TxEIS product. Texas Computer Cooperative offers the most comprehensive administrative software available for Texas schools and now recommends TimeClock Plus OnDemand along with their web based Business and Student Administrative Software suite, TxEIS. The two web based hosted solutions provide employee hour tracking, finance and human resources management and many other operational and reporting processes to Public, Charter and Private Schools.

“We have worked with Texas schools for over two decades,” said Carol Barton, Vice President of Sales for TimeClock Plus. “We understand the unique challenges Texas school districts and charter schools face and have provided them with a proven interface to RSCCC, iTCCS and TxEIS. We’re excited about future opportunities as TCC offers TimeClock Plus as a hosted solution.”

As more and more Texas school districts and charters search for business solutions that fit within budget constraints, Software as a Service applications provide low cost initial investment versus perpetual licensing. TimeClock Plus and TxEIS satisfy the demands of implementing a robust “punch to paycheck” solution with a measureable return on investment.

 

About TimeClock Plus

Developed by Data Management Inc., TimeClock Plus is available as a Windows or Web application suite and records employee hours for payroll while providing real time labor reporting functions to over 300 school districts in Texas. As a recipient of numerous awards that include Deloitte Technology Fast 500 and Texas Small Business of the Year, DMI has become a trusted provider in time and attendance with an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau. The Texas company’s multinational team of developers expanded the Windows and Web product line to include mobile phone applications and IVR systems. For more information go to www.timeclockplus.com or call 800-749-8463.

 

About TxEIS

The TxEIS Business and Student Administrative Software is fully integrated and supports the operational and reporting requirements of Texas districts, charter schools, private schools and educational service centers.  The software is scalable in both design and configuration in order to meet the needs of any size district and is developed specifically for Texas schools.  The focus of the TxEIS products is to comply with state and federal mandates and reporting requirements that influence reporting and record-keeping requirements of Texas schools; continually improve the efficiency and functionality of the software so that Texas school personnel are more productive and able to make better decisions regarding the overall education process; and to provide Texas schools with the highest quality, most cost effective software and customer support available.  TxEIS products are used in over 900 districts and charters representing more than 70% of the market share, a testament to our success.

TimeClock Plus to exhibit at NAPEO’s Marketplace 2011

                                                                        

TIMECLOCK PLUS TO EXHIBIT AT NAPEO’S MARKETPLACE 2011

San Angelo, Tx., Sept 8, 2011TimeClock Plus, a recognized leader in the time and attendance industry, will be an exhibitor at the National Association of Professional Employer Organization’s Marketplace 2011. The NAPEO Partner Symposium Conference Kickoff will be held on September 11th in Orlando Florida and begins the Marketplace 2011 event which will run through September 14th . Many PEO’s believe they gain a competitive advantage when using TimeClock Plus instead of other time clock programs. TimeClock Plus provides an array of time entry solutions from clock devices equipped with fingerprint scanners and proximity swipe readers to timesheet entry through a browser based Web application. Many TimeClock Plus PEO partners have already experienced the flexibility and efficiency of utilizing the solution with the strength of a real-time system at their client sites.

“It’s exciting for us to exhibit our solutions at the NAPEO Marketplace 2011,” said Jordy Moorman, Executive Sales Manager at TimeClock Plus. “For several years now, the PEO market has found that we provide the very best in time and attendance applications. It’s important to the PEO that his client has the appropriate solution and it works without fail. Few solutions in the market can boast the commitment to quality that we have at TimeClock Plus.”

David Mulvey, Executive Sales Representative with TimeClock Plus, will be the exhibitor in attendance. Mulvey will be available to demonstrate product features that are important to many PEO’s. To date, TimeClock Plus provides time and attendance to PEO clients ranging from 2 to 4,000 in employee size all across the country. Multiple locations, payroll exports and job costing capabilities are available through TimeClock Plus as well as Mobile solutions, OnDemand SaaS, Telephone entry and Biometrics.

 

About TimeClock Plus

Developed by Data Management Inc., TimeClock Plus is available as a Windows or Web application suite and records employee hours for payroll while providing real time labor reporting functions to thousands of organizations across the nation. As a recipient of numerous awards that include Deloitte Technology Fast 500 and Texas Small Business of the Year, DMI has become a trusted provider in time and attendance with an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau. The Texas company’s multinational team of developers expanded the Windows and Web product line to include mobile phone applications and IVR systems. For more information go to www.timeclockplus.com or call 800-749-8463.

 

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Happy Labor Day from TimeClock Plus

According to the United States Department of Labor, Labor Day was a created as way to celebrate the social and economic achievements of the American worker. Some documentation points to Peter J. McGuire of the American Federation of Labor as the founder of Labor Day. However, Matthew Maguire, a member of the International Association of Machinists, has been credited by some as the first to recommend the holiday in 1882. Local Unions organized picnics and demonstrations to bring more attention to the importance of our American laborers.

In 1884 the first Monday in September was selected as the official day and by 1886 municipal governments began to recognize the holiday. Congress passed an act in 1894 establishing the day as a legal holiday in the District of Columbia and surrounding territories.

“For many decades, Labor Day was viewed by workers not only as a means to celebrate their accomplishments, but also as a day to air their grievances and discuss strategies for securing better working conditions and salaries. Nowadays, Labor Day is associated less with union activities and protest marches and more with leisure. For many, the holiday is a time for family picnics, sporting events, and summer’s last hurrah.” (The Library of Congress, 2011).

The Team at TimeClock Plus wishes everyone a happy and safe Labor Day Weekend. Enjoy those hotdogs on the grill!