Glossary of terms

In the incredibly fast-paced software industry, new terms and phrases are coined very often. In order to help you understand everything you need either as an evaluator of Replicon solutions or a customer of Replicon, we have put together a collection of the most commonly used terms in the web-based timesheet world:

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We got started in 1996 with a simple idea: Make it incredibly easy for people to handle employee time-tracking task. We knew there had to be better way than dealing with forms and complex spreadsheet would simplify this projects, attendance, and employee expense tracking.

At Replicon, we’re committed to improving workplaces—including our own. Our management team has grown over the years to accommodate our expanding reach, bringing new skills and experience to the table. Read about some of the people who’ve helped make Replicon what it is today.

Replicon TimeCost for Activity-Based Costing pinpoints exactly how much time is spent on specific tasks, allowing mangers to optimize internal processes, improve productivity and reduce costs.

Replicon’s  ACCPAC  timesheets and time billing integration manager makes the complete integration process hassle free.

Replicon’s  Timesheet compliance for Australia explains the reform of workplace relations system by the Australian Government, which has contributed to a strong economic performance.

ASP Hosted is a software delivery method by which software vendors host their applications and allow access to customers via the Internet.

To eliminate their time and capital cost tracking issues, Atlas Pipeline deployed Replicon’s TimeCost and TimeAttend products—the only solutions in the market that could effectively meet all of their capital project costing and payroll time capture needs.