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It’s impossible to watch your employees every minute of the day. But Workpuls employee monitoring software can do it for you, creating a more productive workplace.
Working hard, browsing social media or time-wasting? Always know how employees use their time, app and website usage, and overall productivity.
Slackers be gone! Periodic or rules-based screenshots provide proof employees are doing their work at any moment during the day.
Workpuls is a time tracking software that keeps all your critical operations in check, on time and on budget. So you can stay focused on growing your business.
Get the whole team going in the same direction. Add projects and tasks, assign employees and ensure efficient, focused work is being done.
Automatically captured screenshots and computer activities mean you never foot the bill for time spent on other tasks, inflated timesheets or slacking.
Manual project time tracking can be a real bottleneck. Workpuls makes it automatic, efficient and effortless - without a mistake in sight.
Our detailed reports will help you stay on top of project progress
and make sure that every second is counted
Instead of depending on the information your employees enter in a sheet, automatic time mapping data relies on workers’ activity.
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The best option for teams who want a fast, easy setup in just a few minutes. No tricky setup, added technical equipment, or involvement from your IT team. Your data is safely stored on industry-leading Google Cloud infrastructure using the latest security standards.
Wanting to store your data on your own servers? Our on-premise solution is for teams who don’t mind a little extra technical effort and have the IT team to pull it off. Your company provides the servers, we use them to store our data.
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.