"Virtual TimeClock is a vital piece of software for our business," said Dr. Michael Broome, of Advanced Veterinary Medical Imaging in Tustin, California. A Virtual TimeClock user for nearly 10 years, Dr. Broome remarked, "Virtual TimeClock '09 brings new features that make it even more useful for our business."
New features requested by long time users like Dr. Broome include unlimited overtime and time deduction rules, customizable new leave categories, dozens of new reporting options, and a sleek new administrative interface. In today's challenging economic climate, Virtual TimeClock '09 gives businesses new tools to better manage payroll costs.
"Virtual TimeClock '09 is our most ambitious upgrade in a decade, representing over two years of development time," remarked Keith DeLong, CEO of Redcort Software. "The upgrade began as a major overhaul to create a Universal Binary and migrate to a powerful new SQL database. In the process we built a brand new Virtual TimeClock Server application that runs securely as a background service on both Apple Macintosh and Microsoft Windows based PCs."
The all-new TimeClock Server and Server Manager applications were designed to be easy for the non-technical small business owner to install and manage. Using modern networking technology, they also seamlessly integrate into sophisticated business data centers.
Pricing and Availability:
A free trial of Virtual TimeClock can be downloaded anytime from Redcort Software's web site. The evaluation software is fully functional for 300 time clock uses.
Pricing for Virtual TimeClock '09 starts at $195 (USD) with discounted upgrades available for registered Virtual TimeClock users. Contact Redcort software for more information.