June 07, 2006 (PRLEAP.COM) Sports News
SALT LAKE CITY, UT, June 8, 2006: Offering advanced time tracking technology to golf courses is now a primary focus for which now focuses on offering the most advanced time tracking, scheduling and payroll-reporting system in the market to golf courses across the nation.

Recent upgrades allow adding and tracking tips for employees working in the food and beverage area, and a messaging system where the message is mandatory to read before the employee is allowed to clock-in, allowing managers to communicate with hard to reach personnel such as maintenance crews who work in the early morning or late evening hours.

HourDoc also upgraded its scheduling module in order to accommodate golf management companies with multiple locations, making it easier to locate employee time entries as well as being able to track requested days off incorporating those requests into future schedules.

Guaranteed to save 80 percent of the time it previously took in processing payroll, HourDoc allows course managers to focus on other aspects of managing the actual course.

“We're very excited to offer our services to the golf industry. It's a great opportunity for us to demonstrate how well our product can work regardless of industry or location,” said HourDoc CEO Erik Rowland.

Golf course employees will also enjoy features such as having Internet access to their time records at any place a connection can be made, accessing up-to-the-second information regarding paid time off such as sick leave, vacation days and basically enjoy a simple, more streamlined time tracking process.

In a more competitive marketplace with golf courses looking to trim unnecessary waste, owners often overlook streamlining the payroll process while improving accuracy through HourDoc. This is a serious issue facing more courses looking to become highly efficient, but have not yet explored the option of advanced time tracking and the savings it provides.

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