SAN MATEO, Calif., – August 29, 2013 – Replicon, the global leader in cloud-based time tracking solutions, announced today the release of Replicon Mobile, the company’s application for smartphones and tablets. Designed for the modern, on-the-go workforce, this new application allows users to access all the features of Replicon’s latest technology from any iOS or Android device.
“Employees today need to be able to manage their work from wherever they are,” said Praveen Krishnan, senior director of product management for Replicon. “Replicon Mobile lets dispersed employees manage their time tracking-related tasks and approvals, while companies remain constantly connected to their two most valuable assets―time and people.”
Designed with the end user in mind, Replicon Mobile is easy to use, comprehensive, and intuitive. Workers have the power to enter time against projects, tasks, or clients, request PTO, and access approvals workflows via the mobile device of their choice. The process is fast, seamless, and accurate―all worker entries are instantly synced to Replicon’s cloud platform, so supervisors can monitor time, resources, and project data in real time, immediately review and approve timesheets, and send on to Payroll for processing.
For the company, excessive administrative burdens are reduced, and employees are freed to focus on more productive tasks. What’s more, compliance and reporting risks are minimized because time and expense data are centralized, so companies have immediate access to original source documents for a robust audit trail. By eliminating the inaccuracies associated with error-prone manual timesheets and outdated apps, Replicon Mobile also reduces revenue leakage—while increasing payroll and budget accuracy.
“Replicon Mobile makes time and attendance tracking easy and seamless for employees, and provides supervisors the information they need to make decisions and minimize operating costs,” said Keri Brooke, vice president of product marketing for Replicon. “Ultimately, Replicon Mobile enables enterprises to maximize the potential of their most valuable resource, namely, people.”