Novatime launches Workforce Management SuiteApp

News Rene Millman May 17, 2013

Software company builds out cloud-based HR product portfolio

Employee management software vendor Novatime has launched a new Software-as-a-Software (SaaS) offering to help organisations better manage HR functions.

The Novatime 4000 Workforce Management SuiteApp runs on NetSuite’s SuiteCloud PaaS (Platform-as-a-Service) and allows organisations to manage time and attendance, scheduling, expenses, and other human capital management features.

The workforce management system allows workforce monitoring and labour cost control through a web-based console.

The SaaS offering is delivered as a multi-tenant software service, and there are web interfaces customised for administrators, supervisors, and employees.

The service accommodates an unlimited number of employees and is built with an open modular design that adapts to company changes.

It automatically exports summarised work hours by labour codes such as departments, locations, and classes into NetSuite’s “Time Bill” records.

“The SuiteApp provides seamless integration and boosts both systems’ capabilities,” said Frank Su, chief executive of Novatime. “While working in NetSuite, end users can add and change classification data (known as departments, locations, and classes in NetSuite), and have that data automatically reflected in the Novatime 4000 SaaS solution.” 

The suite of applications is built on NetSuite’s SuiteCloud. This offers cloud-based products, development tools, and services designed to help customers and commercial software developers.

“Using the SuiteCloud Development Platform, Novatime has developed the Novatime 4000 Workforce Management SuiteApp targeting joint customers in the retail, manufacturing, and warehouse distribution industries,” said Guido Haarmans, vice president of Business Development for Technology Partners at NetSuite.

“These new capabilities help our customers manage and streamline their workforce across multiple-locations and manage it all within one system.”

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