InfoTronics Wins 2013 Case Study of the Year Award From Business Intelligence Group
Behavioral health center boosts productivity and transforms to paper-free culture with Attendance Enterprise
September 25, 2013
LIVONIA, Mich. — InfoTronics, Inc., a software company which provides organizations of all sizes with cost-effective, easily deployed, automated time and attendance solutions, announced today the Business Intelligence Group has chosen its case study on the Wyandot Center deployment of Attendance Enterprise as the 2013 Case Study of the Year Award.
The Wyandot Center serves the community behavioral healthcare needs of the residents of Wyandotte County in Kansas City, Kansas. The non-profit organization supports recovery for people of all ages with depression, anxiety disorders, other mental illnesses, and behavioral health challenges. It employs hourly and salaried staff in several locations across the county.
Before the organization implemented Attendance Enterprise, supervisors had to handwrite their employees' schedules, and then track actual hours worked along with any vacation, holiday, or PTO usage on paper timesheets several times each pay period. Redundant data input and handwritten information led to many inaccuracies and speed bumps in the process. Now, supervisors input schedules and create electronic files for each employee. Employees now input their start and end times right on their computers every day. When all time and attendance information is collected it is easily exported from Attendance Enterprise to the central Payroll system to run payroll.
"This award is a testament to our clients who are leveraging Attendance Enterprise to reduce labor costs and operate more efficiently," said Beth Baerman, Director of Communications. "We would like to thank the Wyandot Center and the local InfoTronics distributors, PayTime, Inc. of Kansas City, for helping us achieve this recognition."
About PayTime, Inc.
PayTime, Inc. started offering InfoTronics' time and attendance products to the Kansas City area in 1997. The firm works with companies ranging from 10 to 5,000 employees to customize labor-tracking to their specific needs. It has helped companies deal with a wide variety of labor tracking issues, from union contracts to employees requesting time off through self-service portals. The combination of great products, great service and great value has allowed PayTime, Inc. to grow into one of Kansas City's largest independent time and attendance dealers. More information can be found at www.paytimeinc.com.
About InfoTronics, Inc.
InfoTronics, Inc., is a technology company with more than 30 years of expertise in developing employee time and attendance solutions that provide businesses of all sizes a cost-effective, easily deployed workforce management system. Attendance Enterprise is the flagship product and provides advanced features for managing labor data — calculating pay rules, scheduling employees, budgeting labor, automating benefit accruals, tracking attendance-based merit points — while meeting the scalability, reliability and security requirements of large organizations. An extensive North American dealer network has helped more than 20,000 organizations use InfoTronics products to reduce labor expenses and improve decision making. www.infotronics.com.
About Business Intelligence Group
The Business Intelligence Group, creators of the BIG Awards, was founded with a mission of recognizing true talent and superior performance in the business world. Unlike other award programs, real business people, those with experience and knowledge, judge the BIG Awards. The organization's proprietary and unique scoring system selectively measures performance across multiple business domains and then rewards those companies whose achievements stand above their peers. For more information visit www.bigawards.org.