How DaimlerChrysler Gained 30 Percent in Productivity with a Time and Attendance Solution

DaimlerChrysler Research & Technology North America (DCRTNA) focuses on developing new technologies for the next generation of cars. It desperately needed an automated time and attendance application to replace its outdated and laborious manual system. With a Web-hosted solution, not only did DCRTNA see a 30 percent increase in productivity, but it finally regained control over management of employee time and attendance.

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Improve Employee Engagement Through Live Video

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The ROI of Your Labor Force

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