ShopKeep POS, a leader of iPad point of sale technology announces a new time clock feature that makes it simple for merchants to log and track employee hours right from their ipad register. With payroll costing the average retailer 20-40 percent of sales, optimizing schedules is key to running a profitable business.
The integrated ShopKeep POS time clock solution eliminates the need for merchants to re-enter employee information into other time clock tracking applications. The feature also allows the owner of a store to make adjustments when employees forget to punch in or out of their shift. Plus, merchants will now be able to pull sales by employee to track individual performance better. The information is then exportable and can be used for accounting and payroll purposes.
“We know how important it is for merchants to accurately keep track of employee schedules,” says Jason Richelson, CEO and founder of ShopKeep POS. “We’ve built this feature in a way that is easy to use, saves time, and helps our customers make smarter scheduling decisions.”
The announcement comes on the heels of last month’s announcement to integrate mobile payment providers Level Up and Dwolla into the ShopKeep POS iPad register and is part of the company’s overall strategy to consolidate apps and devices that merchants want to use into one simple, affordable POS solution.
The new time clock feature is available in the latest version of the ShopKeep POS app that is easily downloadable in the App Store. Current customers just need to update their existing app in the App Store to take advantage of this time saving feature right away.
ShopKeep POS is an easy-to-use and flexible point-of-sale solution embraced by 3,000 locations to manage inventory, customers, and facilitate transactions, all from an iPad. The subscription-based service includes unlimited seven-days-a-week customer care by phone, e-mail, and online chat, ensuring its customers are never in the dark and always able to get the help they need when they need it.
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