If you're reading this, you probably agreed as well—spending most of your days in your office, in front of a computer. You most likely have fifteen tabs open: one for email, one for Accounting application, one for HR, and on, and on... But have you ever thought about where these "work tools" came from? Or why there are so many of them? To answer these questions, and to explain why we created iTrack, we have to travel back in time. As people flooded to factories during the Industrial Revolution, many tools were invented to ease the management overload. Typewriters replaced illegible handwriting. File cabinets stored more information than any clerk could remember. Tools like these paved the way for offices as we know them today. Fast forward to the 1950s, when computers came into the workplace. At first, they were lifeless, room-sized monsters that operated on paper and punch cards. They were used solely for number-crunching. Then something magical happened in the 1970s! A generation of pioneers saw the computer as something far beyond a number-crunching machine. They dreamt a future where computers could amplify imagination, augment intellect, and expand our thoughts far beyond text on paper.
A tool unlike anything we have seen before. And that's where we are today. MS Office / Google Docs made typewriters multiplayer. OneDrive / Google Drive brought file cabinets to the cloud. But conceptually, they evolved little beyond their Industrial Revolution ancestors. We duct-tape everything together with emails, copy/paste, and countless open tabs. That's where iTrack comes in. We want to break away from today's tools—and bring back some of the ideas of those early pioneers. As a first step, we are blending much of your workflow into anall-in-one workspace. Want a task list? A project roadmap? An email arrangement? Financial reporting? HR Controls? they are now all in one place. Solve your problems your way, bounded only by your imagination. Hopefully you've gotten a good sense of why we started iTrack. Challenging the status quo is not an easy task. Check out the product! Write in! We need early adopters like you to start a movement. See you soon!
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Replacing paper-based and manual attendance with the pertinent employee attendance management through mobile application will not only reduce administrative work but also maintain real-time, accurate and highly reliable attendance records. Make sure that your employee was indeed at the office and on time, using the geo-fencing feature, which restricts the employee to mark attendance only when he or she is physically in the office premises, hence reducing chances of any sort of “buddy punching”. An additional feature of spy-cam snaps a secret photograph at the time the employee is marking the attendance, which can be used to verify that the attendance was marked by the employee himself.