Extreme Blue Enhanced: How it works

Employees clock in and out by tapping their iButton to the clock.

Employees clock in and out by tapping their iButton to the clock. A tone sounds and the probe lights up to confirm a successful transaction.


The Extreme Blue Clock connects wirelessly to the supervisor's smartphone to download data.

When it's time to download the data from the clock, the supervisor taps a special Management iButton to the clock to identify himself or herself as a supervisor, then taps an icon on their iPhone or Android phone to download the data.

The data is instantly transferred from the clock to the phone. The clock also keeps the last 12,000 transactions in its memory, so if you lose your phone, you can download the data again.


The Employees Screen.

On the phone, you'll see a list of your employees and their total hours for the pay period.

Tap and hold an employee's name to get a pop-up menu of options.

Did an employee forget to clock in or out? You can add the clock-in or clock-out right at your phone. Just tap and hold the employee's name for a few seconds.

Tap an employee's name and you can see his or her transactions.

A simple tap on the employee's name, and you can see exactly when they clocked in and out each day.

Tap and hold a transaction to get a pop-up menu of options.

Need to insert or edit a transaction? Just tap and hold the employee's name for a few seconds.

Tap the cloud icon to send your data to headquarters.

Ready to send your data to headquarters? Just tap the cloud icon at the top of the screen.

In a few seconds, you'll get a confirmation that the data has been sent.

In a few seconds, your phone will send the data to headquarters, using your cellular data service.

At headquarters, supervisors will use TimePilot Central Enterprise Edition software to add clock-ins and clock-outs from other sites, create reports and prepare the data for payroll software like QuickBooks and payroll services like ADP.

To see how the software works, click here.


If your organization has multiple sites...

An example of a three-site operation.

An example of a three-site operation. The system can handle dozens of clocks at dozens of sites and as many as 2,000 employees.

The Extreme Blue Enhanced system is designed to accommodate dozens of clocks at multiple worksites.

Supervisors gather clock-ins and clock-outs from their work sites’ Extreme Blue clocks with their smartphones. (By the way, extra Extreme Blue clocks are $449, or less than that if you buy more than one.)

The supervisors make any corrections necessary right on-site and send the data to headquarters through the cloud.

The data from each site is merged with data from other sites in the  TimePilot software. With this system, employees can clock in at any clock and clock out at any other clock. The software records the name of the clock at which they clocked in and out.

To see how the software works, click here.