Use the GPS feature however it works best for your crew — whether on the road or at the job site.
Get real-time insight into who’s on the clock, where they’re working, and what they’re working on.
GPS shows which employee is closest to the next job site, so you can best deploy your workforce for maximum efficiency.
Whether for iPhone or Android, GPS tracking, on average, uses less data in a day than social media apps use in five minutes. It won’t drain your phone’s battery either.
Easily view employee locations to ensure everyone is exactly where they’re needed, for greater accountability.
When businesses win government contracts, it’s often essential for their timekeeping to be compliant with Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA) or Department of Labor (DOL) regulations. These contracts require daily time tracking, precise records with audit trails for all changes, extensive reporting, specific supervisor approvals, and more, in the case of an audit.
Since the Time Clock Go app doesn’t run continuously, it only uses a small percentage of your phone’s battery power. The amount of battery the app will use depends on several factors, including the type of device you have and frequency and type of use.
For Android users, the Time Clock Go app requires about 30MB of storage space. The Time Clock Go iOS app requires about 15MB. The exact amount of storage used by the Time Clock Go app is affected by your role, the number of people you manage, and your permissions.