Brian Sylvester is Bullhorn’s Chief Financial Officer (CFO) with more than 15 years of financial leadership experience. Brian leads Bullhorn’s financial, accounting, and legal functions. Prior to becoming CFO, Brian spent three years at Bullhorn in various finance & accounting roles. Prior to Bullhorn, Brian was Corporate Controller at Pegasystems, a global provider of business process management software where he scaled the finance organization during a period of 2.5x revenue growth. Brian began his career at PricewaterhouseCoopers in their technology audit practice.
An electronic time clock records when an employee clocks in or clocks out on a time card, or sends the information to a computer. Many time clocks come with a battery backup that allows employees to track their time worked during a power outage. If you have a large workforce, choose a machine that doesn’t use a time card, as this eliminates the need to re-enter time card data into the computer and prevents costly mistakes, such as entering inaccurate information.

Mount time clocks in visible locations your employees can quickly access on their way in and out. Mounting equipment stabilizes your device on the wall or desktop, making it easy for staff to quickly punch or swipe time cards without waiting in a long line. Take advantage of security locks and fingerprint or facial recognition technology to protect your system from fraudulent tampering.
This farmhouse wall clock measures 24 in. across This farmhouse wall clock measures 24 in. across the face and features horizontal cedar wood slats a white distressed finish hand painted black Roman numerals in a Poster Condensed font and an inner accent ring with individual hour marks. It includes a high torque quartz movement antique-style spade hands and ...  More + Product Details Close

Allied Time has been servicing businesses time & attendance needs for over 50 years. We represent all major brands and carry time clock software and solutions for any size company. Our time clocks and systems are categorized by type and function. Choose the right system for the particular needs of your company. Small businesses with a few employees may chose from traditional punch clocks or simple time and attendance software systems. Larger businesses should consider software based biometric time clocks. Web based time clock options are ideal for businesses with remote locations or disbursed employees. Employees can easily track their remote hours with a time clock online which in turn makes accounting and payroll for any size business simpler and more accurate.

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