Time is Money: Justifying the Switch to Automated Time Collection

The common perception is that time collection only affects how employee attendance is recorded and processed. While this is a major component, time collection encompasses much more than that. Salespeople need accurate job progress data to quote deliverable dates, planners require detailed and available information to measure the effectiveness of production, and jobs have to be properly costed in order evaluate margins and pricing.

Traditional manual collection is the status quo for many organizations, but the inefficiencies of a manual system become apparent when compared to modern automated systems. Aside from time wasted on data entry and processing (let alone the errors this involves), manual systems make important information hard to find or in many cases impossible to calculate accurately. This leaves analysts and decision makers in the dark, often waiting too long for information that should be readily available.

Readers of this white paper will discover:
  • The benefits of an automated time collection system;
  • Manual vs. automated time collection;
  • Roadblocks to a successful implementation;
  • What to look for when selecting an automated time collection system;

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