Free to try (Fully functional for 300 timecard entries.); $195.00 to buy (Buy it now)
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Virtual TimeClock is easy to use employee time clock software that you'll have up and running in just a few minutes. When you need power and flexibility, Virtual TimeClock's advanced features take the work out of your time and attendance tracking. Virtual TimeClock software provides you with accurate and impartial recording of every employee punch in and out. It's a cost effective and secure replacement for mechanical employee punch clocks and paper based timesheet systems. Virtual TimeClock now allows you to easily import your employee timecard hours into the leading online payroll services and payroll software like ADP, Paychex, and QuickBooks, saving you time and eliminating employee timecard data entry errors.
What's new in this version:
Fixed an issue where shift lunch rule enforcement could be incorrect by one minute.
Enhanced system information is now included in program logs.
...program This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com. I've used Virtual Time Clock Pro for over 8 years. I've never regretted getting it. It does exactly what is advertised and does it very well. The few times that I have had a problem, I get on the phone with Keith and he walks me through it. Usually it's a network problem on our end but he helps me out anyway. Redcort is one of the best software companies I've dealt with. I heartily recommend the program.
This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com. I have used various version of VTC for over 5 years. Excellent product with a great feature set. Regular updates squash bugs (they tend to be rare) and add new or tweak existing features. Support (mostly e-mail for me) has been excellent. The couple of times I needed it I received a quick and informative reply.
I use a single server - 3 client setup in a 20 employee business. Total cost $445. Money well spent in time saved running reports and tallying time sheets.
Only negative - a sometime quirky user interface. The time clock interface itself works fine, the management side takes a bit of getting used to. Would be great to select edits directly in reports. Maybe next version.
This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com. I work at a medium-sized University. Our payroll department requires that student worker time sheets are hand written. Until VTC, this process took me 2-3 hours every two weeks. Now with VTC I have cut the process to about 1 hour. VTC prints a time sheet, but since our payroll department was unwilling to work with VTC's native format, I export the data to FileMaker and use FileMaker and VTC data to print a time sheet that is virtually indisitinguishable from the ones provided by the payroll department.
The program's cross-platform, client-server architecture in version 5 means no more shared volumes, something for which I gladly paid the upgrade price. The company is responsive to bug reports and is willing to offer suggestions on how to integrate VTC within a rigid environment such as ours. VTC represents a solid value.