Job costing software can save on the council bottom line
Time and Attendance technology from Tensor would benefit local authorities, especially as the Government has put pressure on them to save money. Minister Eric Pickles said council leaders could do some of the work currently carried out by chief executives, and added that authorities could save on the bottom line by merging departments such as accounting, instead of cutting front line services. Speaking to the Local Government Association, Mr Pickles stated: “Is it really right, in this day and age, to have separate planning departments? Lawyers? Communications teams?”
The time and attendance contactless smart card clocking system is suitable for both small and large public bodies or companies; and enables them to fully cost jobs, identify those jobs which are over budget and deal with all manner of complicated working patterns. A WinTA Lite time and attendance system comprises of: WinTA Lite software installation CD, a T8440 Clocking Station, 50 Smart Cards, an extensive user manual, a serial cable for communications to a PC and ten days of free helpdesk support from date of purchase.