Great news for staffing and recruiting companies in need of greater efficiency! In case you haven’t heard, AkkenCloud Back Office customers are now equipped with the tool to help them save hundreds of hours when it comes to handling and processing their time sheets and expenses.
In staffing and recruiting, timeliness is everything—and that holds true for the ability to handle invoicing, payroll, and time sheets and expenses in an accurate and timely manner.
This week, Akken released its new features for Back Office users, including customized time sheets and expenses, automated invoicing and purchase order tracking, and an advanced time import tool. Designed to spare businesses the hassle of manual entry, the import tool reads time sheets and expenses of all formats and sources. It then automatically processes them into the AkkenCloud system, where they are easily accessed and securely stored. This advanced tool also prevents the possibility of duplicate entry or the need for multiple data entry systems, making your entire back office more efficient and less prone to errors. The countless hours allotted each week to collecting time sheets and recording expenses is now an effortless process, which allows your employees to focus on more important tasks.
Additionally, AkkenCloud Back Office users have the ability to create their own precise invoices in no time. Staffing companies’ temp employees can enter time sheets and expenses through the Employee Self Service feature, meanwhile customers can receive invoices, track payments, and view and submit job orders with the Customer Self Service feature. Better yet, all of this can be done on-the-go with a mobile device. No one will ever have to chase a time card again.
As AkkenCloud continues to find innovative ways to make staffing and recruiting more efficient, we invite you to see for yourself the difference that the best staffing and recruitment software can make for your business. Contact us today to find out how The all in AkkenCloud platform can provide everything you don’t yet know you’re missing.