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Get timesheets based on employees' computer activities.
See your office employees’ clock in and clock out, their office time and time spent actively working on their computers. No more human errors and nudging employees about their timesheet reports.Book a Demo
Monitor Computer Activities in your Office.
Know when and what employees in your office are working on by seeing which apps and websites they are using in real time and get screenshots as proof. We will store all data so you can act on it even later.Book a Demo
Improve office productivity by analyzing employees' effort.
Discover changes in employees' focus and understand how certain events impact office productivity. Advise employees on how to improve productivity or allow them to use WorkPuls to do it on their own.Book a Demo
Install WorkPuls on every computer in your office that you would like to track, in just few clicks.
Categorize frequently used applications and websites as productive, unproductive, or neutral.
Keep your focus on business, while WorkPuls keeps tracking all of your employees' activities.
Is my data secure with WorkPuls?
Yes, your data is stored in AWS servers, and we are using the latest SSL standards. If you need additional security, there is On-Premise solution.
Can I track only office related activities?
Of course! To learn more about settings and options for office, click here.
Is WorkPuls complicated to install?
No, you can install WorkPuls without your IT team. With just a few clicks you will be ready. If you are using Active Directory you can install via Group Policy.
Who can access the data?
By default settings you are the only one able to access the data. If there is a need you can give access to managers or allow employees to see their own data.
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In a recent study, a group of Microsoft workers took, on average, 15 minutes to return to serious mental tasks, like writing reports or computer code, after responding to incoming e-mail or instant messages. They strayed off to reply to other messages or browse news, sports or entertainment Web sites.
“I was surprised by how easily people were distracted and how long it took them to get back to the task,” said Eric Horvitz