The Antigua Group, Inc. Selects Time Spot for Automated Time and Labor Management
PEORIA, Ariz. and SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., May 2, 2005 - The Antigua Group, Inc., one of the nation's leaders in sports apparel, has selected Time Spot (OTCBB: TMAM) to automate its time and labor management process.
Antigua is using NETtime® to track time and labor data for approximately 250 employees. Using NETtime, Antigua will eliminate manual tracking and calculation of employee time and gain the ability to apply payroll policies in a uniform manner.
"We were looking for a solution that was cost effective to help us improve our labor management process and provide an easy means of tracking employee data," commented Penny Larson, Director of Human Resources for Antigua. "We found that NETtime addressed our needs and can help us improve our labor management process."
In conjunction with NETtime, Antigua is using magnetic card time clocks which enable employees to "swipe and go" when they clock in and out for the day and for lunches or breaks. The time clocks collect employee data and transfer it to NETtime where schedules, payroll policies, and benefit accruals are applied. The data in the NETtime database interfaces with Antigua's Paychex payroll system.
"We are pleased that Antigua has chosen our NETtime solution to automate their workforce management process," stated Thomas Bednarik, President and CEO of Time Spot, Inc. "We continue to see a demand for hosted, web-based solutions from our customers."
NETtime is a hundred-percent web-based time and labor management solution that is available in a hosted or licensed model. Accessible from any computer with Internet access, NETtime provides powerful tools that help companies know exactly where their workforce time and dollars are spent. NETtime significantly reduces the amount of time spent manually tracking and calculating employee time data.
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