“Cheap in any way”, “I want a system that can be introduced quickly”, “I prefer a service with lots of functionality”… When listening to companies looking to introduce or revise their attendance management systems, it seems many are focusing on the costs, the timing for introduction, or the richness in functionality. Indeed these are important things to consider, but what satisfies companies that have actually introduced such systems is often in reality “how smoothly the system is operating after its introduction”. That “Times” gets rated highly owes to the fact that it is a system developed according to that company’s circumstances surrounding their attendance management. In particular, the points that human resources managers are satisfied with are: “usability”; “36 Agreement management”; “master history management”; and “support structure”.
The intuitive interface is not only easy for employees entering their attendance but has merits in that “human resources managers don’t need to explain to employees as much, so there aren’t a lot of work relating to introduction or the helpdesk”. What tends to be overlooked is history management associated with organizational changes or departmental transfers, and a strength of “Times” is that “you can manage histories of various masters”. With personnel transfers or organizational changes, you can continue managing attendance in previous affiliations alongside various configurations in the new affiliations, making handover work go smoothly on the day of the transfer. As employees themselves can select approvers, even in cases where the timing for changes to organizational charts to take effect and the timing for the handover of attendance management operations are misaligned, attendance entry and approval can be conducted without confusion. That Article 36 Agreement – agreed under the Labor Agreement – can be set at the fiscal year, is also another reason that “Times” gets selected.
Foreign companies or companies with many foreign employees or part-time workers are pleased with our bilingual function enabled by simply selecting a language at login. “Times” development engineers directly provide support, not only during introduction but also after introduction, so initial responses at call centers will involve less time, allowing for speedy overall response times. Even with regards to exporting data, the majority of our cases have troubled our clients minimally, owing to our engineers who are well-versed in what is possible, and the methods involved. Configuration changes associated with changes to laws and regulations are also within the standard support package. Only “Times” can manage to greatly reduce workloads of human resource managers and employees owing to the fact that it achieves both simple usability and extensive functionality. If you are considering introducing attendance management systems, we recommend that you make your decision based not only on basic conditions such as initial costs or functionality, but also on operational costs after it goes live. Introduction speed, flexibility, and usability… we are confident that “Times” is a system that resolves/satisfies most issues and needs.
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