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Redcort announces Virtual TimeClock Pro 6.0

updated 09:00 pm EDT, Tue June 3, 2008

TimeClock Pro 6.0

Redcort Software, publisher of Virtual TimeClock, a time & attendance software for Windows and Macintosh computers, has announced details on their upcoming Virtual TimeClock Pro 6.0 release. Virtual TimeClock Pro is employee time clock software that enables businesses of any size to track employee time and attendance; the timesheet software is a secure replacement for mechanical employee time clocks and paper employee timesheets.

New features in Virtual TimeClock Pro 6.0 include a 'groups' function that allows TimeClock users to be viewed and managed by department or location. Overtime and deduction settings for multiple employee classifications are now supported, as well as the ability to add new leave categories and track unpaid tasks and leave benefits. Security has been enhanced, allowing businesses to fine tune user and manager access to entries, editing and printing. The entire Virtual TimeClock 6.0 application suite now runs as a Universal Binary on Mac OS X computers.

Virtual TimeClock 6.0 will ship in the 3rd quarter of 2008. Pricing starts near $200. Mac users who purchase Virtual TimeClock 5.6 after June 1, 2008 will receive a free upgrade to Virtual TimeClock Pro 6.0 when it ships to stores later this summer.




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