Friday, December 30, 2011

2011 Time Clock Software Year In Review

2011 has been a busy year at Redcort Software. We have some new faces and talent, we lost a long time customer service team member to motherhood, and we have big plans for 2012. We started 2011 with the United States Patent & Trademark office registering Virtual TimeClock and Virtual TimeClock Pro as trademarks of Redcort Software, Inc. We're proud to celebrate our 25th year by having our time clock software brands officially recognized. Next, we released Virtual TimeClock '11 which was designed to control employee overtime by introducing new shift rules. We added more free time and attendance resources to our website for employers. And we finished up the year with Virtual TimeClock '11 Release 2 to give users an Apple OS X 10.7 Lion compatible time clock.

Here's to a productive 2012!

Jeff Morrow
Virtual TimeClock Product Specialist
Redcort Software, Inc.

Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Are Your Employee Time Cards Accurate?

Time clock software programs are designed to accurately and impartially record employee hours and display those hours clearly and automatically for any given payroll period. There are few things more disconcerting to new time clock software users than to see an occasional employee time card that appears to have a one or two-minute difference between the daily hours worked and the total hours worked for the period.

Learn how Virtual TimeClock accurately reports every minute your employees work by reading our online article called Are Your Employee Time Cards Accurate? The Riddle of the Missing Dollar.