"Time is the most important enterprise asset," said
"Before Replicon we were using antiquated software, and hadn't updated our time tracking system for ten years," said
The New Release of Replicon: Modernizing the Time Tracking Process
The new version of Replicon transforms the once onerous process of time tracking into an efficient, transparent solution that also eliminates compliance risk. With a vastly improved user interface, the new release enables data-fueled decision-making with new cutting-edge analytics. It also provides an expanded project management footprint with whole new categories of functionality, such as integrated resource management.
The new release of Replicon includes: Improved user experience - combines a role-based approach with an intuitive design to streamline the process and increase user adoption In-context analytics - deliver real-time insights to users at the point of decision-making Resource management - empowers organizations to find and assign resources to the right project to drive improved productivity, utilization, and capacity planning Expanded project management footprint - with new capabilities to manage clients, programs, and service practices Improved compliance and governance - with built-in business rules and validations
"Today's distributed workforce requires an easy-to-use solution that can be accessed anytime and anywhere. The time tracking process has to be smooth and efficient," said
The new release of Replicon is available immediately.
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