TimeClock Plus is a computerized time and attendance system developed and sold by Data Management Inc. Beginning as a DOS application in 1988, it developed into a Windows application, and eventually a web application. The software is available under a perpetual license or a Software as a service. An early version of the program was noted for working well on low-powered computers, even though it was capable of dealing with up to 10,000 employees.

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  • TimeClock Plus is a computerized time and attendance system developed and sold by Data Management Inc. Beginning as a DOS application in 1988, it developed into a Windows application, and eventually a web application. The software is available under a perpetual license or a Software as a service. The program includes a suite of web applications and optional hardware. WebClock is a web application for the employees to clock in and out. Another option is called a Time Clock which mounts to the wall and can come with different input methods including touch screen. A mobile app and automated telephone system called TelClock are also available. With any of these methods, the employee clocks in, and the data is immediately recorded in a Microsoft SQL database. TimeClock Manager is a web application for the administrator and managers to create employees, review hours, enter leave, run reports, and send hours to payroll. An early version of the program was noted for working well on low-powered computers, even though it was capable of dealing with up to 10,000 employees. (en)
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  • TimeClock Plus is a computerized time and attendance system developed and sold by Data Management Inc. Beginning as a DOS application in 1988, it developed into a Windows application, and eventually a web application. The software is available under a perpetual license or a Software as a service. An early version of the program was noted for working well on low-powered computers, even though it was capable of dealing with up to 10,000 employees. (en)
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