TimeClock Plus at TASBO 66th Annual Conference

SAN ANGELO, Tx., March 12, 2012 – TimeClock Plus, a leader in automated time and attendance solutions, traveled to Houston for the 66th Annual Conference for the Texas Association of School Business Officials. TASBO is an independent not-for-profit professional association. As an affiliate of the Association of School Business Officials International, TASBO offers a range of essential services to its members including information technology resources. There are approximately 5,550 members if TASBO with 30 regional affiliates representing more than 900 Texas School Districts. TimeClock Plus has been a long time member and supporter of the TASBO organization and attended the conference February 28th – March 2nd.

“The TABSO Annual Conference allows us an opportunity to visit with our existing school district customers and further explore the additional needs and requirements of their specific district,” said Jordy Moorman, Assistant Vice President of Sales for TimeClock Plus. “Although we maintain contact with our clients through user group meetings and on-site visits, the TASBO conference gives us the ability to have round table type discussions with TimeClock Plus users. We are able to have meaningful discussions about the time and attendance needs of the districts with those involved at the highest levels of the districts.”

TimeClock Plus is a trusted time and attendance provider. The TASBO Annual Conference is just one of many events TimeClock Plus representatives attend to gain a further understanding of the unique needs of its customers. With the TimeClock Plus OnDemand product in full swing, school districts are taking advantage of the ease of use and versatility of a hosted solution. TimeClock Plus TelClock and TimeClock Plus Mobile help offer a complete suite of solutions for organizations both large and small.

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.

TimeClock Plus Attends TASA Midwinter Conference

SAN ANGELO, Tx., Jan. 30, 2012 – TimeClock Plus, a leader in automated time and attendance solutions, is once again showing at the TASA Midwinter Conference. The Texas Association of School Administrators is presenting their Midwinter Conference in Austin Texas. A repeat exhibitor, TimeClock Plus connects with their School District clients at the conference every year.

“We have enjoyed great success helping our school district clients,” said Carol Barton, Vice President of Sales for TimeClock Plus. “It’s absolutely a win/win [situation] as we are able to address the specific needs of school districts while providing them with a reliable and proven means to track employee time. The TASA Midwinter Conference provides us with an avenue to spend a few days visiting with our clients face-to-face. We are happy to attend.”

This year TimeClock Plus is able to show off a few new solutions. TimeClock Mobile was added in 2011 and is a popular solution for many school districts with mobile employees. TimeClock Plus TelClock is another new product that offers a telephone clock in system to those organizations whose employees need to clock in and out by calling a phone number. TimeClock Plus OnDemand could be one of the most popular offerings with school districts as of late. As a SaaS solution, TimeClock Plus OnDemand provides districts with the ability to manage their time and attendance through the cloud. TimeClock Plus will be in Austin at the TASA Midwinter Conference until February 1st.

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.

TimeClock Plus Really Delivers For the Community

San Angelo, Tx., Nov. 17, 2011 —TimeClock Plus, a San Angelo based software development company, is a proud partner with San Angelo’s Meals for the Elderly. Recently Zach Orzech, TimeClock Plus Goodwill Ambassador, was asked to participate in a ride along. Zach enthusiastically accepted and joined a long time volunteer delivering meals to San Angelo residents.

“I already knew Meals for the Elderly provided hot, nutritious, home-delivered meals each weekday, but the other half is what surprised me the most.” Orzech said. “The driver I was helping had been delivering these meals to the elderly every Wednesday for 3 years. He explained that it’s more than just delivering lunch. You meet with the clients face to face and even stay to chat for a while. The individuals in Kevin’s route had become his friends and he a friend to them. “

“I believe the Meals for the Elderly volunteers literally improve the quality of their client’s life; helping to ensure the individual well-being through personal contact. “ Zach explained. “I was honored to be a part of Big Wheels Delivery Day and even more proud of my company for its contributions to the Meals for the Elderly. Together we can be an integral part of our community.”

After the volunteers completed their routes, Zach joined them for lunch. “We ate the same type of meals we had been delivering…and they were delicious!”

Happy Veterans Day – From TimeClock Plus

Our November 11th annual observance originated as Armistice Day in 1919 to commemorate the end of World War I and became a national holiday in 1938. President Eisenhower changed the name of the holiday from Armistice Day to what we celebrate today as Veterans Day in 1954. For a short time between 1971 and 1975 Congress moved the date to the fourth Monday in October. However, it was President Ford who returned Veterans Day to November 11th because of the day’s historical significance. While Memorial Day recognizes service members who died in service, Veterans Day salutes all American Veterans, living or dead. The holiday especially honors living veterans who serve honorably in war and peacetime.

Britain, France, Australia, Canada and many countries in Europe also commemorate the day. In this honor, people around the world observe two minutes of silence every November 11th at 11:00 am.

According to the U.S. Census Bureau and the United States Department of Veteran Affairs, 2.6 million veterans served in World War II, 2.8 million served in the Korean War, 2.8 million served in the Vietnam War and 5.2 million served in the Gulf War.

The team at TimeClock Plus salutes the millions of brave Americans, men and women, who have served and currently serve our country. Thank you for your sacrifice!

Sources:

http://www.history.com/topics/veterans-day-facts

http://www.va.gov/

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.