BROWZ Adds Time and Attendance Tracking to Its Contractor Management Offering
BROWZ LLC announced the release of its Time & Attendance Tracking offering which allows clients to collect and analyze contractor time and attendance data in real time. Customers already using BROWZ contractor management services to assess the compliance of their supply chain now have the opportunity to record a contractor’s hours worked on site and identify who’s on their site at any time.
“Employee-level management for our customers’ supply chain has been a strong focus for us this year,” says Aaron Rudd, Vice President of Product Management at BROWZ. “Earlier this year we released a new product, Training Center, to help our customers provide online training to their contractors and now we’re enabling them to track time and attendance of their contractors. We want our customers to have assurance that their contractors’ employees are fully trained and compliant prior to gaining access to their sites as well as having an accurate record of who is onsite and when, therefore, limiting the risk to their business and providing increased management capability.”
Time & Attendance Tracking enables companies to process gate entries and exits for contractors, view compliance information on the individual person and their company, print identification cards allowing access to a site, and track the hours worked at the facility. Time & Attendance tracking can be integrated with existing badging systems allowing a company to set up automated access permissions based on a contractor’s compliance status.
“BROWZ is committed to advancing our solution to further benefit our customers. The new Time & Attendance Tracking offering complements our existing prequalification and compliance solution, providing a complete solution for the management of contractor companies and their employees,” says Elaine Beitler, CEO of BROWZ. “In addition to software and service that is robust, easy to use, and provides reliable data, we offer our customers greater insight and management capabilities to support their complex supply chain.”