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A timeclock that follows your staff...

For immediate release Tuesday 6 June 2006


A timeclock that follows your staff…


In today’s flexible business environment, many employers manage workforces that operate remotely or on multiple sites that may not be suited to the traditional timeclock style of record keeping.

So Comacc created the weather resistant, battery powered Portable Timeclock to allow staff to clock on and off anywhere, anytime.

“Comacc is always at the forefront of payroll technology and using our Portable TimeclockTM to electronically collect data is an affordable and flexible solution for workplaces that require versatility,” says Managing Director Steve Nathan.

“And it is very simple to operate. Using a keypad or barcode scanner, employees can clock on and off or track job costing data,” he says. “Staff can use it to track their hours worked and the jobs they are working on.”

Then as required – be it daily or weekly, the unit is returned to base for the data to be downloaded to the Comacc Time & AttendanceTM system for analysis.

Hours worked, overtime and allowances are calculated and passed onto a payroll and/or job costing application for processing, streamlining all the information needed to manage a business workforce.

“And with a rechargeable battery life of 7-10 days it can be used in extreme environments like construction sites or Marine projects, away from a ready power source,” says Nathan.

While the Comacc Portable TimeclockTM has been designed to be carried, it also comes with a wall-mounting bracket - making it an inexpensive alternative to the traditional wall mounted punchclock.

“Now your timeclock can go anywhere your staff go,” says Nathan.

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About Comacc
Comacc are specialists in Payroll, Time Attendance Software and Human Resource Management Software for businesses of all sizes.
www.comacc.co.nz


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