It’s been a wild October in WorkPuls office – first, the 2.0 version was finally released along with our newest Time and Attendance Tracking feature and finally, FinancesOnline, one of the most popular business software directories, reviewed our software as one of the leading in its time tracking category, awarding us with not one, but two superb awards.

We are proud to announce that in their WorkPuls review our software won two prestigious FinancesOnline awards – the Rising Star Award for 2016, and the Great User Experience Award for the online time tracking software category, which is granted to products that offer an especially good user experience. The Rising Star Award is given to new SaaS products that have only recently appeared on the market, but are already getting good traction with customers and are viewed as a service that’s really efficient, despite its young age. The Great User Experience Award evaluates how easy it is to start using the product and how well-designed its interface and features can facilitate work processes.

In the review, SaaS and B2B experts from FinancesOnline expressed their satisfaction with our software’s ability to create intelligent insights on how employees spend their working hours, as well as its user experience features – such as the intuitive and easy to use interface and the  uncomplicated pre-installation. An important thing that appeared to set WorkPuls apart from many competitors, is our management control feature; Only management has access to the insights and reports by default, but it is still possible to share with  employees, and use the solution according to management and company culture.

We are honored by both of the awards, especially instigated by the Rising Star Award that has  instilled confidence into our work and all the efforts we’ve made in the past 2 years. Of course, this is merely the beginning – we’re eager to capture even more recognition in times to come, by introducing new features and ever-improving customer support. After all, our customer satisfaction rate of 100% is something we don’t intend to change, ever.