Related APIs in Category: Time Tracking
Yaware.TimeTracker is an automatic time tracking app that helps you and your team manage their time, be productive and achieve more. Yaware.TimeTracker allows you to track time spent on projects, websites/software usage, manage resources, evaluate productivity and increase performance. All this without the need to start and stop a timer. The software allows to track software and Internet use, control overtime and flexitime, evaluate and reward achievements, take screenshots and snapshots. Available for Mac OS, Linux, Windows, IOS and Android
Route optimization & dispatching of multiple vehicles and multiple stops. Use TrackRoad API to optimize 100's of stops in seconds, distance calculation, turn-by-turn directions, and geocoding. Real-time asset tracking & two-way texting are provided using either web interface, free iPhone app or Android app. Routing features include intelligent dispatching, multiple region routing, time window, load capacity balancing, auto address geocoding, highlighted route maps and much more.
TimeCamp - time tracking and invoicing software. It's cloud-based and multiplatform (Windows, Linux, Mac, iPhone/iPad, Android). TimeCamp tracks time that users spend on tasks. You can see precisely how much time you spent on each task and project - thanks to this you can accurately bill your clients, estimate time and costs of next projects and measure employees' engagement.
ZenPayroll is delightful, modern payroll. Our comprehensive payroll service enables businesses to get set up and run payroll in minutes, from any web enabled device. All government payroll taxes, reporting, and compliance are taken care of automatically and paperlessly. The ZenPayroll API transforms payroll from being a vertical silo to a horizontal platform that seamlessly connects applications for HR, time tracking, accounting and other important back office functions. The immediate benefit of enabling systems to “talk” to payroll is efficiency and improved data quality. In the long run, opening up the flow of information between back-office applications and payroll is about creating new ways to manage work and compensate employees. For instance, imagine a point-of-sale system that could dynamically offer incentives to salespeople based on changes in inventory or an HR system that could generate on-the-spot bonuses for employees to reward them for their great work.