Launched in 2011, and initially designed to integrate with Google Apps, the Appogee Leave user base has grown to over 20,000 users across 400 customers and in 46 countries in less than three years and is now the No. 1 HR and calendaring application in the
Appogee Leave is a simple and intuitive online booking system for employees to request annual leave, log all types of absence and sickness as well as track their remaining allowance. Automated notifications enable managers to approve or reject requests in one click whilst the application gives them visibility of absences for their whole team. On demand reporting also helps HR Managers to reduce administrative burden, monitor absence requests and identify problem absenteeism.
The new release now supports calendar integration for any system with iCal support and a responsive web design supporting all modern browsers and tablets. Appogee Leave is available immediately on a free 14 day online trial at www.appogeehr.com .
"At the moment, our statistics show that, growing very rapidly, currently around 6% of mid-market businesses are currently using Google Apps for Business in the
"We looked at a handful of solutions, but demoing Appogee Leave was a real 'wow' moment. It was clear it would be simple to implement and a quick win for staff as it's so user-friendly," said
At Appogee, we have been developing Software-as-a-Service business applications since 2009. Our web-based applications have been deployed by over 2000 companies worldwide and require no server or client installations. One of the first
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