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Using Shift Periods in PayPunch Enterprise

content discovered on Thursday, April 03, 2014

Sometime, you may need to pay different rates for different time of day that your employees work. It is time consuming to distinguish between different time and hours, and then calculate payments manually. Thanks to the Shift Periods feature in PayPunch Enterprise edition, you are now able to track time spend in different time ranges. [] read more »

Building Simple Payroll System with PayPunch

content discovered on Friday, March 28, 2014

PayPunch is a simple solution that pays for itself over and over again by allowing your company to automate payroll processing and eliminate hours of payroll calculations. Employee attendance data can be exported in Excel, Comma-Delimited format and used in your current payroll software, such as QuickBooks, ADP, AccPac and so on. If you would [] read more »

ATR Billing – Makes Accounting Easier

content discovered on Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Do you know that you are able to manage all your Income, Expenses and Benefits in Advanced Time Reports? With a few clicks, ATR will generate Invoices and send it directly to your client automatically, even with your own personalized message! Say goodbye to the headache of having to go through time cards and [] read more »

Spring Cleaning and IT

content discovered on Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Now that spring is almost here, it’s time to do spring cleaning. What does this mean from an IT standpoint? Depending on what areas of IT you’re in, this could mean anything from cleaning physical hardware like grungy keyboards and screens, to finding files that no longer have to be kept around for compliancy reasons. Cleaning hardware is easy. There’s a myriad of solutions from dust blowers and vacuums to solutions, so it doesn’t take long to find out what needs to be done for each individual piece o... read more »


content discovered on Friday, March 07, 2014

DATA, INFORMATION AND KNOWLEDGE  Data is raw material with which we start and information is the finished product. For example, look at the following links: 1234           5000.00 2345           7000.00 3456           4500.00 2571           8000.00 You would agree that the above lines contain data. But in the present form, the above data is useless. Let me now put the data in the read more »


content discovered on Sunday, January 12, 2014

Se gosta de línguas vai gostar de experimentar o mapa interactivo, que traduz qualquer palavra em inglês para quase todos os idiomas europeus. Foi concebido por James Trimble, estudante de pós-graduação na Universidade de Glasgow, que mantém o portal UK Data Explorer, que tem outros mapas interactivos interessantes. Veja, por exemplo, como se diz retired (aposentado) noutra línguas europeias. read more »

The Art and Science of Data Visualization Part ...

content discovered on Wednesday, January 08, 2014

In this part 1 of Data Visualization series video Dr. Dakshinamurthy Kolluru explains why data visualization is important for engineers. He also explains why it is inconvenient to express data in three dimension graphs. read more »

Big Data

content discovered on Thursday, January 02, 2014

I can't help feeling like the current trend for "Big Data" is awash with flawed thinking.Big Data seems to imply that you take a bunch of disparate data, cobble it together with someexpensive, fancy, hardware, run it through some magical data washing machine and out comes a pearl of wisdom that is "completely news" to you.The expensive hardware, the costs of meetings to determine what data to cobble together plus the cost of the data processing software that spins this all together has an ROI cost that's... read more »

Data Expiry

content discovered on Friday, December 27, 2013

A tweet caught my eye just now...All data is from the past and most of it has an expiration date that's non-deterministic. That's why we must constantly iterate.— Vala Afshar (@ValaAfshar) December 27, 2013I agree with this, but have argued in the past that in order to fully appreciate data expiry you need to look at how technology and humans interact where this isoccurring. For instance: If someone sends you a package by courier, the chances are that you can track where the package has been... but is a ... read more »

Advanced and/or Simple Easy Timesheets.

content discovered on Friday, December 20, 2013

Apart from user information, user tasks and other user data, the database that is used with practically all Xpress Software products also stores and dispatches your license keys, the sequence of numbers and letters generated to activate your software and prevent any type of illicit use. One database can have a multitude of different license [] read more »

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