Senomix rolls out mobile time tracking tool
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Senomix rolls out mobile time tracking tool


Senomix Software Inc. has released Senomix Timesheets for mobile devices, a networked time tracking system ready for use with iPad, Android, iPhone and other modern tablets and phones. It links with the company's Mac OS X and Windows applications.

Developed using the latest in WebSocket and HTML5 communication technologies, Senomix delivers a time tracking solution ready for use with a company's own office equipment whether employees are working in the office or on the road.

With all data automatically synchronized on an office's server the moment a user saves their time, employees can enter a full week's timesheet, or record information daily or hourly from their Android device or Apple iPhone or iPad as best fits their work habits. Linked with Senomix's desktop Mac and Windows applications, time tracking data is immediately available for reference by managers and accounts staff for client billing and project scheduling, providing a way to coordinate employee work wherever staff are located.

Available both through a Software as a Service (SaaS) plan starting from US$9.50 (USD) per-user per-month, or as a licensed system installed on an office's own computer network for a one-time charge, Senomix provides a coordinated time tracking solution which streamlines an office's collection of billable hours in whatever deployment suits their business. For more info got to http://www.senomix.com .

 
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