TimeForce is a time tracking solution developed by Qqest, acquired and now supported by Infinisource (2012). It is presently used as the basis of the time & attendance module in Infinisource's flagship Human Resource Management System (HRMS): iSolved. II web-based works for remote and traveling employeesWe are currently using this company wide as we have several remote employees as well as several who constantly travel. We like the benefit that this is web-based and anyone can access via the link using our company code. Using TimeForceII helps us better show our profitability on our services since we are a service based. It allows us to run reports monthly and as needed to monitor hours worked on a particular job or service. We also use this for HR purpose of tracking vacation, PTO so that the employee can see the information as well as the automated emails to their supervisors approving their time off.,TimeForceII does an excellent job of keeping track of employee accruals, ie. vacation, PTO, holidays, etc. TimeForceII is good for keeping up with when employee reviews need to be given. TimeForceII also lets you create jobs to fit your business needs. TimeForceII lets you manage reporting and exporting into Excel to serve the purposes of the company.,TimeForceII has issues like most things. Every time their is an update something may or may not work. TimeForceII is not very compatible with all browsers - it is a more window based system. TimeForceII needs improvement with fixing the bugs in the system.,10,TimeForceII has positively affected the way we can track our profitability of our jobs and services and managing who and how many hours we work on a particular service or job. TimeForceII has let us be more efficient when he comes to keeping track of several areas of HR. TimeforceII has overall been a great asset to our company's bottom line.,,30,1,Accrual tracking Service and Job Profitability Reporting,We have been able to keep our HR information in one spot that is easily available to the appropriate individuals We have set up our Services like jobs to determine profitability and determine where we need more or less manpower as well as sales if we need to increase prices for a service that is taking more man hours than anticipated. Using this for all of employees, remotely and in office has given us more efficiency than we originally expected.,Eventually we can use this to send to our payroll processor for each pay period. When TimeForceII allows us to attach our reviews as PDF's that will be nice so that we do not have to keep them Managers will start using the reporting feature themselves.,10,No,Price Product Features Product Usability Positive Sales Experience with the Vendor Analyst Reports,Our evaluation process is very simple we base it on pricing and product features. We use this method because we are a small business with a very tight budget. We want to make sure that we what we need and the best price available. As a company this process will probably never change our selection process. Thanks TimeForceII for making our decision easier.,Implemented in-house,No,Setting up Services and Jobs Setting up individuals Setting up the entire system we had no help everything I know about TimeForceII was self taught Actually the entire process setting up was difficult and time consuming,3,5,Yes,Infinisource does not do the support on this product all support is handled by Qquest,Requesting Vacation and PTO time Keeping track of Accruals Entering reviews Updating employee information Resetting passwords,Entering time Running reports Entering a new employee Entering accruals,Yes, but I don't use it,5,8,10Making the most of my time with TimeForce, a great timekeeping product!Timeforce is used within our organization for employee time tracking, producing employee timecards, keeping track of employee accruals of paid time off, monitoring employee overtime, and transmitting time to QuickBooks for payroll processing. The system is used company wide. Employees can log in to their timecard easily at any work station with internet access. TimeForce provides an excellent product for time tracking.,Easy to access from any work station with internet access Accurate time tracking and paid time off accrual calculation Employees are able to place mileage requests in to Timeforce each pay period for reimbursement Able to allow tiered levels of access to the system from employee, manager, administrator, etc. Maintains time records for use in audits and analysis with easy to generate reports,Paid time off accruals seem to hang at an employee's anniversary date causing us to manually go through employee accrual screens each pay period and click "process employee accruals" for those employees that have had an anniversary during the pay period to advance their accrual or move to a higher accrual rate. Support via telephone can take a lot of valuable time. We seem to have trouble authenticating our license every time we call and then have longer than average waiting times on hold. Often have to have a technician call us back. Would like to be contacted via email regarding enhancements or even "tips of the day" type emails that highlight different functions within Timeforce that are shortcuts that maybe users may not necessarily be aware.,9,Less paper Ease of time recording Saves payroll department questions from employees with access to their paid time off accrual in real time Makes supervisors' and managers' jobs easier when approving time cards,Entrust,Oracle PeopleSoft,9,8TimeForce I Version 2.9 - \7/10 over Six Years by Jeff.I am the Systems Administrator & Software Engineer for a family owned retail company located in central Pennsylvania. We have four remote retail locations and one corporate location. I personally manage a dedicated Windows server that runs the TimeForce and Attendance software which is accessed throughout our entire organization via the web interface. Users are separated by department based on there remote location (Named by city or area) with two TimeForce supervisors in each location to manage individual users punches. We have utilized the system for over 6 years with an all around solid performance. Three years ago we moved from the card reader system to the web interface due to the fact that computers are freely available to each associate and in general it is as simple as logging in and click 'In/Out' for the user. The main features that we use are of course time and attendance tracking, employee accruals, and at the end of our pay period the Employee Hours Summary. Thus far there has not been a discussion as to researching alternative Time and Attendance software.,The ability to customize user security rights is extremely valuable. The ability to create new or even modify existing user rights allows us complete flexibility as to who can control what, who, and how. This is important to us as everything in use at our company is very flexible and custom, which makes the TimeForce system fit right in. The time card system itself has been thus far flawless. It has accounted for the leap year and daylight savings each year. Punch errors, Holiday, Vacation, Sick time is all easily viewed with a glance at the screen. The reporting features of TimeForce are outstanding. There are far more reports available than we have needed. But at the same time anytime a user has thought 'it would be nice to see this' we have found it listed in the Reports section of the web interface.,I believe the installation of the Card Reader systems is a bit difficult. From my last experience there were third party hardware and software requirements, along with a second piece of software with TimeForce. It was not something we were able to complete on our own and had to contact QQest for support. The scheduling system inside the web interface is a bit difficult to use. We have talked in the past about putting the system to use for scheduling purposes and retiring an older solution, but it is not something our HR department has found easily navigable. We are in the process of providing them with QQest training documentation. I am sure there are changes to the newer version of TimeForce II, but from my experience on TimeForce I (2.9) and being a software engineer / UI designer, I believe that the system could have a less complex-look and feel to it. At times all the options available at once do tend to become somewhat cumbersome.,7,TimeForce has had a huge benefit in keeping track of overtime hours for our company. It has a great reporting feature that allows you to see who is nearing currently nearing overtime. It has made it a breeze to keep track of employee accruals and usage. Everything is automatically generated and easily renewed at the beginning of the year, keeping track of what was used and what is still available. All punches are audited along with information on what system sent the time clock entry, which makes it great to monitor accuracy and protect in the rare case of false punches.,,10,Implemented in-house,No,Change management was minimal,Microsoft SQL Server - Default TimeForce user password was unknown to me, had to contact support. Problem resolved quickly.,10,The punching system is basically two clicks for the end user, which is as simple as you can get. The administrative tab is surprisingly easy to understand with very well written descriptions. The report tab is extremely easy to navigate and understand, it generally has whatever report you are looking for listed in order based on groups.,Scheduling system is a bit difficult to navigate, end users were confused.,Yes, but I don't use it,7
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April 08, 2015

TimeForce II web-based works for remote and traveling employees

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I have found as the administrator it is very cumbersome for most individuals to use and it is not very intuitive. An individual that is not technologically advanced will have difficulty using as well as those that are lazy and just do not want to learn to do it. The manuals they give you are not helpful for the web-based program. I had to create my own with pictures for most individuals to understand the system.
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TimeForce is a time tracking solution developed by Qqest, acquired and now supported by Infinisource (2012). It is presently used as the basis of the time & attendance module in Infinisource's flagship Human Resource Management System (HRMS): iSolved.
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