GPS Pocket Clock For Mobile Workers

Posted: Feb 28 2008, 7:27am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 6:30am CDT, in News | Portable Devices

 

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Exaktime launched a software application for Windows Mobile PDAs that turns the PDA into a GPS time clock. The software records the exact location of workers when they clock in and out. The software eliminates the ability of a worker to clock in and out at different locations from where they are supposed to be.

In addition to clocking in and out the software allows workers to enter the type of work they are doing and allows managers to track work by cost code. The software stores the information to send to payroll computers in the office.

"PocketClock/GPS delivers higher accuracy and accountability for companies with employees that work away from the office," said Exaktime CEO Tony Pappas. "By utilizing modern GPS technology, our users can know exactly where their workers are when they clock in and out, instead of having to second-guess handwritten timesheets."

Via Exaktime.

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