NETtime Solutions will Demonstrate Revolutionary NETOne at the 85th Club Managers Association of America World Conference and The Club Business Expo

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Scottsdale, AZ (PRWEB) January 31, 2012

Scottsdale, AZ (PRWEB) January 31, 2012 — NETtime Solutions, the pioneer of SaaS time and attendance, will be at Booth 109 at the 85th CMAA World Conference and The Club Business Expo, being held at New Orleans Morial Convention Center, New Orleans, Lousiana, February 26-27, 2012.

The innovative NETOne provides employee self-service at the clock. Employees can review schedules and timesheets, transfer between jobs, review PTO balances and submit PTO requests at the clock as well as use standard clock in, out, meal and break functions.

The constantly enhanced NETOne tightly integrates with NETtime, the anywhere, anytime time and labor management solution. NETtime collects and stores employee time and attendance data against powerful and flexible payroll policies that help organizations consistently manage their personnel while helping them comply with local, state and federal labor laws.

NETtime clients use the true real-time data collected by the NETOne to make informed workforce decisions, improve productivity and minimize or eliminate errors. Payroll and HR personnel are freed to focus on strategic initiatives and operational improvement.

Conference and Expo attendees are encouraged to contact Sales at 800.561.6366 or to make an appointment to see a demonstration of the clock

“Because no polling agent is needed and employees review timesheets and schedules and request time-off at the clock, NETOne and NETtime are the best of breed SaaS time and labor management solution,” said Bahan Sadegh, founder and CEO of NETtime Solutions.

About NETtime Solutions
NETtime Solutions is the nimble and responsive pioneer of available anywhere, anytime SaaS time and attendance. NETtime helps companies make informed workforce decisions with real-time time and labor management data while helping them protect their employees and maintain compliance with local, state and federal labor laws.

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