Reporting involves more than simply communicating the latest project updates to your team and stakeholders. You can also use project reports to mitigate risk, monitor budgets and timelines, and build more accurate project plans.
Attendance Management keeps track of your employee hours. It is the system you use to document the time your employees work and the time they take off. Attendance Management can be done by recording employee hours on paper, using spreadsheets, punching time cards, or using online attendance software for your company.
Workforce analytics is a combination of software and methodology that applies statistical models to worker-related data, allowing enterprise leaders to optimize human resource management (HRM). Workforce analytics falls under the broad umbrella of people analytics -- also known as HR analytics. While the terms are sometimes used interchangeably, people analytics is a broad term that refers to all aspects of acquiring and managing employees, while workforce analytics is often more narrowly focused on workforce-planning issues. As with many aspects of HR, the ideas behind workforce analytics have shifted greatly as a result of technological innovation that offers far more insight into employee data. In that respect, modern workforce analytics digs deeper, wields more influence and presents itself more visually than previous incarnations.
Billing and Invoicing
Billing and invoicing feature allows you to bill project services directly to customers, employees and external service providers. Invoices can be created based on milestones, partial payments and final payments as well as at cost (time and material). Timesheets required in many industry sectors are generated by the system.