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ExakTime Introduces ClockPoint Connect: A Web-Based Time Clock

ExakTime, manufacturer of construction’s #1 time and attendance system, has added the latest innovation to its award-winning lineup of time and attendance solutions: ClockPoint Connect, a browser-based time clock that stores data securely in the cloud.

“ClockPoint Connect is our convenient, easy to use, and cost effective way to clock in on a PC,” said Casey Powers, vice president of marketing at ExakTime. “By  turning your PC into a time clock with full ExakTime system compatibility, it makes our arsenal of wireless, rugged and mobile timekeeping solutions even more flexible and supportive.”

Users can track track time and attendance from any computer with any web browser: no software or installation required. The simple ClockPoint Connect site asks users to log in with a username and password—then clock in or out with a quick click of the mouse.

Time records from ClockPoint Connect—as well as job sites and cost codes—are safely stored in ExakTime’s secure cloud service.

The data then flows from the cloud seamlessly into ExakTime’s powerful time-tracking software, TimeSummit, which gathers and organizes all time records.

Because it communicates with TimeSummit like our other time clocks, ClockPoint Connect is compatible with any ExakTime system—whether a customer is primarily using ExakTime Mobile, JobClock Hornet, JobClock/EX, or a combination of the three.

ClockPoint Connect is ideal for independent, office-based employees as well as supervisors working in trailers equipped with a PC, for 100% accurate time tracking right where they are.
Records from ClockPoint Connect and any other clocks are easily exported into all major accounting programs with ExakTime’s data transfer software, AccountLinx Plus, streamlining the payroll process.

Founded in 1999, ExakTime is the construction industry’s leading time and attendance system in North America. As the leader in wireless, mobile and rugged timekeeping solutions, ExakTime systems are used every work day by more than 700,000 workers from dozens of industries in more than 120 countries.
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