A. Lots of reasons: TimePilot systems tend to be less expensive than similar systems, offer more features and requires virtually no maintenance (unlike punchclocks!).
A. We've designed the systems to be installed by the user. If you can hang a picture and plug in a telephone, you can do it. When you install the TimePilot software for the first time, a wizard takes you step by step through the setup process, giving you tips on how to make the right choices for your business. And, of course, you have 30 days of free support with our support technicians, who can guide you through the installation if you have any questions. There are complete instructions in the installation manuals and Quick Start Guides; to view them, click here.
A. Only with TimePilot Extreme Blue/Extreme Blue Enhanced and TimePilot Tap+, because they don't come with a keypad. With TimePilot Vetro and TimePilot PC, you don't need to use the iButton at all. All employees can be assigned an ID number that they can enter on the keypad to clock in and out. The iButton is purely an option on these systems, although many of our customers like using iButtons and we recommend it to discourage "buddy-punching."
A. Yes. TimePilot can export data than can be read by ADP PC/Payroll software versions 2.5 and 3.5. We also interface with many other brands of accounting and payroll software and services. For a list, click here.
A. It's not supported, but you may find it works for you. TimePilot hardware-based systems (Extreme Blue, Vetro and Tap+) come with a 30-day, no-questions-asked money-back guarantee. Because TimePilot PC is completely software based, we can't offer the money-back guarantee on it. For details on our money-back guarantee, click here.
A. It sure is! TimePilot Extreme Blue and Extreme Blue Enhanced, TimePilot Tap+, TimePilot Vetro and TimePilot PC are much faster than a punchclock system and require virtually no maintenance. Just think: No need to buy cards, no ink to refill and no hours wasted calculating employee times! They can create a simple report listing your employees and their work hours or a more detailed report with as many as 100 different categories. You don't need to use our systems with payroll software, but if you ever decide to go to a payroll program, TimePilot will be ready for you.
A. Reports come in three main categories—Employee Report, Summary Report and Tardy Report—all of which include multiple options. For a complete description, including screenshots, please click here.
A. Do you know if your salaried employees are putting in a full workweek? Using TimePilot, you can find out.