Friday, September 22, 2023

Timecard GPS: Fresh New Look!

Hello everyone!

We have been around helping our customers make their payroll processes easier and efficient, while maintaining the highest standard in the industry. It has taken a lot of hard work from our teams and more importantly, all the support and loyalty from our customers, and we are looking forward to more years of successful partnerships to come. That is why today we have very exciting news we want to share with you, our Timecard GPS application is getting a new look and feel!

Check out the NEW and improved home page now including scheduling:

When accessing the menu, you will notice some new features that we are also bringing to the table, such as the Schedule Manager and the Timesheet Dashboard:

Keep an eye out for an upcoming post which will cover all you need to know about the Schedule Manager, which will provide employers with many powerful features and allow them to share meaningful job details to their employees to ensure the best possible service:

Finally, here is a screen shot of the new Team Clock-In section, many of you are already familiar with, but now with a fresh new look:

If you are interested in learning about all the new and upcoming features, or would just like to have a refresher on the application, make sure to reach us at 866-403-3475 or send us an email at to arrange a time for an online webinar.

That's all for now, until next time!


Wednesday, September 20, 2023

The Location Discrepancy Report

Hello everyone!

Today we will be talking about a report that recently got a very interesting update: the Location Discrepancy Report. With this report, you will be able to monitor your employees' movements by making use of the power of Smart Fences, which we have covered on several previous occasions. Every time an employee triggers an alert, Timecard will compare the distance that was setup in the Smart Fence itself, with the actual location that was reported by the staff members from the device.

This way, you will be able to tell how far or close they were to the expected address. Note that this report will generate entries only if the pinged location is further than 100 meters, or around 300 feet, and you will also get a "Discrepancy Distance" column showing the actual distance between the two points:

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Also, as a wonderful bonus, you can click the reported location and it will open a new tab showing the map with the expected location (marked as "E"), the reported location (shown with an "R"), and a line showing the distance between the two points:

As with most reports, you can generate and view it online, create a CSV file and also filter it by a specific date range, teams and users.

We know you will take full advantage of this useful report, but if you want to learn more about it, leave us a comment below!

--Econz Team