Tracking labor costs is critical for any business. Just 10 minutes of lost time per day adds up to one WEEK of lost productivity per year! The JobClock System provides automated time and attendance tracking with 100% accuracy.
The portable, rugged, all-weather time and attendance system that saves time and money.
Portable Time Tracking Product Awards
TheJobClock System not only wins many Prestigeous awards, The JobClock system also wins many customers....Read portable time keeping reviewsto see what other companies have to say!
2009 MIP Award
The votes are in, and FastTrakker has won the Most Innovative Product award at the 2009 World of Concrete trade show. The 7th annual MIP contest showcased many new products exhibited at WOC and gave show attendees a chance to vote for the products they felt were the most ground-breaking. FastTrakker received the winning votes in the Business Tools category.
2009 Innovative Housing Technology Award
TecHome Builder magazine selected Exaktime’s FastTrakker as the winner of its prestigious Innovative Housing Technology Award (IHTA) in the Field Operations category. The IHTAs recognize significant advances and best practices by product manufacturers, integrators and builders in home technologies and IT solutions for the housing industry.
2008 Most Innovative New Product Award
PocketClock/GPS has been recognized as one of the 50 most innovative new products in the residential building market by Professional Remodeler magazine. PocketClock/GPS won based on its achievement in four categories: technological advancement, significant product improvement, new product line introduction, and proof of increase in the competition of a product line.
2008 Most Valuable Product Award
PocketClock/GPS stands out again, receiving the 2008 MVP Award from Building Products magazine. PocketClock/GPS won based upon ease-of-use, forward-thinking design, cost-savings and the ability to provide value to the building and remodeling community. Said one judge, "It definitely solves an ongoing problem that some companies don't even know they have."