More British SME owners go mobile for managing their business while on holiday


Up to 62 percent of small business owners use mobile devices in order to log on and access work-related data while on holiday and taking time off, a new study has revealed.

More British SME owners go mobile for managing their business while on holiday image 1

As a news report on the matter has revealed, 37 per cent of small business owners said they are “very likely” to access their mobile phone, tablet or laptop for work reasons when they take time off from their business, while 26 per cent said they would be “fairly likely” to do so.

In contrast, just 12 per cent of respondents said they were not very likely to use a mobile device for work reasons when taking a break, while 16 per cent said they were “not at all likely” to do so.

As a market leader in the field of workforce management and time and attendance, Tensor supplies a variety of solutions designed specifically to meet the needs of highly mobile managers. Without a doubt, the most interesting of them all is the Tensor iApp, available for download from Apple’s App Store, that allows users to login & request absences and make clockings directly from their iPhone.

Furthermore, supervisors can use the same iApp to manage absence requests and, if the user has their phone’s location services turned on, then their physical location is plotted on a map viewable from within Tensor.NET.

The app also also enables users to view all leave requests on the iApp calendar, as well as all clocking transactions they have made during a period of either: the last 7 days, the previous day or current day.

If you’d like to find out more about the range of workforce management and Time and Attendance solutions supplied by Tensor, just contact our dedicated product team, they’ll be more than happy to answer any query you might have.

Cant find what you're looking for?

Enter a search term below (e.g. "Time and Attendance") and we'll find all of our relevant content for you.

Tensor plc accreditations