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DPA Reference No:- ZA450388

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Time and Attendance Software for Manufacturing Businesses

Manufacturing for Chronicle Computing is a core industry.

Over the years we have come to understand the unique challenges Manufacturing faces.

 

Regarding Hardware it is necessary that the clocking terminal is rugged and robust. Capable of withstanding harsh and challenging environments, not to mention frequent use.

It needs to have the ability to track Cost Centres and Activities easily and quickly. Often connecting barcode scanners is required when logging and recording multiple jobs.

 

Deciding if the business uses Proximity or Biometric is a big question as both have advantages and disadvantages. A Chronicle consultant can help advise on this.

Being able to manage Lunch Breaks, record Lateness, Holiday Sickness and Absence. Create and Schedule Rotating Shifts, Day and Night Work over potentially a 24/7 period is important.

 

Automated calculations of complex overtime rules or attendance bonuses is required.

 

Management of Agency Labour and Working Time Directive flags is often required along with the need to export Data to a MRP and or Payroll systems

With manufacturing done over multiple units or sites often around the whole of the UK companies are required to travel time between sites and track separate cost centres. Chronicle can help with selecting the right combination of terminals, key to a successful implementation and quick return on investment.

  • Real time information

  • Effective Planning and Allocation of Staff

  • Improved Payroll accuracy

  • Enhanced Productivity

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case Study

“Chronicle was a natural choice, cloud-based technology with a variety of data capture devices, which like Morgan was designed and developed in the UK.”

 

Gareth Stephenson,

Production Manager