Published by Asgard Employee Scheduling Software on 28 Jun 2018
"Employee Scheduling Software"Since 1983 Asgard Systems has been producing employee scheduling software. Our Award winning Time Tracker automates and analyses the scheduling process. It manages shift schedules, time off, attendance, absence and vacations.
Functionally, it is a powerful tool that allows you to easily maintain information in relation to all other activity in the system. Data is validated, cross-referenced, stored and summarized in a way that gives you complete information for decision-making.
Time Tracker allows you to design schedules in context to all activities. Visually determine your coverage for all shifts.
Reports and schedules can be saved in a variety of different formats. Post them on your local server, web site, or email them to your staff.
The licensed version of Time Tracker is a one-time purchase. For more than 2000 employees it costs less than a $1 an employee. There are no monthly fees.
Our free trial version of Time Tracker is the actual product. It allows you to setup schedules for your organization and explore all of the products great features. There is a setup wizard that will guide you through the process. Read the online manual and watch our videos as you go along.
To provide an easier method of exploring our trial version, Time Tracker installs with four organizations already loaded with data, employees and schedules. Use them to get a feel for the product; print reports, modify existing schedules and generate new ones.
All versions of Time Tracker support network installation. Additional users can be added to an installation at no extra charge.
Requirements: Windows 98 and up
What's new in this version: New Look & Features, Email Schedules, Upload Schedules to Web.
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