Change is a hard but necessary part of life. This is especially true in the business world. Often, we get used to doing things a certain way even when there might be a better way to do it. Often, the biggest challenge is knowing when to make this change. Here are some signs you need a new time and attendance system:

1. You still use pencil and paper

At first glance, this method might seem like the cheapest option out there. Nothing could be further from the truth. It’s true that this method doesn’t involve any expensive technology, but it’s also prone to costly errors. Illegible handwriting, misplaced timecards and just plain human error can lead to the loss of hundreds or even thousands of dollars. Technology has helped eliminate many of these issues and save you time!

2. You don’t get the support you need

Let’s face it, we all need help with software from time to time. There are few things more frustrating than needing help and not being able to get it. Your time and attendance system is no exception. World class customer support should be built-in, easy to access and get you the answers you need, fast.

3. You’re paying too much

Your time and attendance system needs to help save money, not cost you a fortune. You shouldn’t have to sacrifice functionality for price to get a modern time tracking system either. With On-Time Web, our average cost is about $1.46 per employee. Compare that to the other guys. Here’s a link to our 14-day free trial when you’re finished comparing.

4. It’s not flexible.

A modern time and attendance system should give you options. Employees should have options for clocking-in and out. Employers should be able to access time data for accurate reports, and payroll. If your time & attendance software is one-dimensional, doesn’t have mobile functionality and doesn’t give you the data you need, it’s time for a change.

If you’re ready for a switch, try On-Time Web free for 14 days!

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