Dayforce leverages Windows 7 Multi-touch capabilities for Web Clock, part of their Workforce Performance Management Solution

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Dayforce, an industry pioneer of Workforce Performance Management solutions, uses Microsoft Windows 7 Multi-touch capabilities in their Web Clock to deliver more usable, flexible and interactive experience to enterprise business clients.  The Web Clock lets enterprise clients set up machines without the need for keyboard hardware or mouse hardware.  Employees can then use the Dayforce Web Clock without any external peripherals to perform key work time-related tasks, including logging in, recording punch-in times, recording punch-out times, and performing administrative tasks related to time worked.  

 

The Web Clock is part of Dayforce’s complete, Microsoft-architected solution for enterprise workforce management, including time & attendance, labor scheduling, and employee self-scheduling.  To learn more or to book a free demo, please visit www.dayforce.com or call 1 (866) 748 7066.

 

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Sanjay Jain

ISV Architect Evangelist

Microsoft Corporation

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