Computerized employee locator replaces the office manual sign in/out board. The shared database is queried every 10 to 60 seconds to update employee status. Information displayed includes name, in/out, return date/time, location, and remarks.
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Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
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Description: This computerized employee locator replaces the office's old, manual sign in/out board. The application queries the shared database every 10 to 60 seconds to update employee status. Information displayed on status form includes name, in/out status, return date/time, location, and remarks. Double-click on an employee to see all contact phone and email information. Right-click context menus to view or edit employee data and to mark an employee as back in the office. Employee data form makes entering all employee information easy. Two reports are available: Employee Listing and Employee Status.
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