Greytip Online has been well known for its payroll processing, reimbursement, statutory compliance management, and employee information management features. Now, with its new Attendance Management module it’s expected to provide extensive support for the HR team. It will greatly reduce the overwhelming routine data collection process to manage attendance and employee roster.
The attendance management system is hardware independent and can be integrated with any timekeeping hardware system (smart card, biometric device, etc). It is also tightly integrated with Online Leave and Payroll. Organizations can leverage the attendance software to enforce company policy consistently, reduce payroll costs and improve discipline.
The solution also comes with a built-in web attendance recorder that can be used as an alternate tool (in the absence of time recording hardware), to capture employee IN & Out time. It is capable of tracking real time data of employee attendance, leaves, holidays and shift rosters, and can filter monthly attendance records by various categories like location, department, etc.
“We are excited to launch India’s first cloud based attendance software solution. This is revolutionary because it now offers customers real time access to attendance information instead of the traditional weekly or monthly batch processing approach. When employees get real time access to their own attendance data, exceptions are rapidly resolved without the need for HR intervention. Our solution sets a new benchmark on what to expect from a modern time & attendance system.” said Girish Rowjee, the CEO of Greytip Software.
About Greytip Software:
Founded in 1994, Greytip Software enables 1600+ clients across India, Malaysia, UAE and Oman to manage more than 5,00,000 employee records on daily basis.
Greytip Solutions help to automate Employee Information management, Attendance management, Payroll & Statutory compliances and Training administration. These solutions are available either on a hosted (SaaS) model or on a licensed (on-premise)