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Old 12-20-2005, 10:38 AM   #1
cp0ff
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Question looking for time clock software


I am interested in a program for linux that will work as a time clock for a small buissiness.
we have about 60 employees and would like to be able to manage sick and vacation time as well.

one big concern is backup, it would be nice to have something that would write to 2 places at once to insure backup if something fails.

anyone know of such a open source solution?

thanks again folks!

C.Poff
 
Old 12-21-2005, 05:28 AM   #2
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I think one of these should fit the bill:

OSSUITE - An integration of NOLA (ERP), osCommerce (e-commerce) and CRM. OSSUITE is the only solution for small-medium enterprises (SME) in the global marketplace covering all areas from e-commerce, customer management, supply chain and accounting.

EPayRoll - The goal of this project is build a multi platform, multi lingual, web based timesheet and payroll systems using PHP and MySQL. This program will allow for complete automation of the payroll systems of a company. Users will be able to clock in and clock out from a simple web browser. User Clock in and Clock out can be controlled by specifying specific IP addresses from which the latter can clock in and out for work. Users will be able to view and print reports about their hours worked and work done during any period of time. Administrators will have web based control panels to completely customize the payroll systems. There will be tools like controlling access by IP address, generating payroll reports, edit employee timesheets, manage projects, getting payroll statistics and many other features.

Both are open source.
 
Old 08-02-2011, 05:36 AM   #3
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I am using Time Click software for my office enterprise and working fine. It shows some video tutorials too that helps more often to use as much as I can.
 
Old 06-17-2012, 02:58 AM   #4
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Hi poff, I using labor time clock software. It save your company time and money.Itís a web based time clock system, market small to medium sized businesses.

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