Your employees can report their Time and Attendance transactions just by punching in a phone number and responding to a series of voice prompts. VTrak, the data collection system, connects directly to a TimeTrak host computer. Add the Caller ID option from your telephone company, and VTrak identifies the source of the call and validates the originating number against a list of known numbers, then authorizes or refuses the entry. Authorized numbers then become part of the data collection record. When no Caller ID number is available, VTrak accepts the call and marks the record accordingly.
Just phone in and follow the voice prompts It's this easy: Up to four employees at a time (in the standard configuration) pick up telephones and punch in a phone number or extension number. VTrak responds by giving the current date and time. The callers are then instructed to enter a code to identify the type of transaction they are performing, "in for day", "out", etc. They are next prompted to key in their identification number. Once it's entered, their transaction is complete. It's not necessary to wait for prompts to be completed. Data entry can be initiated and completed as quickly as one can enter the appropriate numbers. When data entry is complete, employees simply hang up the phone.
Report hours and retrieve voice mail Through this process, employees can report their arrival for work, their departure, return from lunch or break, a department or cost center transfer, or a job class transfer. They can also input hours and call backs. Voice mail messages that were left can be retrieved or created for other employees. It couldn't be easier.
Network Connection Via Ethernet
Dedicated Windows 2000 Server, 2000 Workstation, or XP Workstation
1 Ghz Processor or better
256 Mb RAM or better
1 Gb Hard Disk or better
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