The cost of ClockOn subscription is based on the number of active employees (head count) and not on the number of machines, locations or departments. Payments are made by credit card, monthly in advance.
Yes. The subscription can be increased at any time but reduced no more than twice a year.
Terminate your monthly payment authority at any time.
Free automatic updates and email support.
The monthly subscription fee does not include hardware, establishment costs, telephone support or additional professional services.
Telephone support can be included in your monthly subscription at additional cost.
Monthly telephone support can be cancelled by a telephone call to Support at any time.
This is a free software tool enabling you to install your own company and employee data for the 30 day trial.
Yes, but at additional cost.
The Enhancement Pack is a fixed fee (across all customers) that relates to the revision and build level updates you automatically received throughout the year. These updates contain a combination of product enhancements, bug fixes and reports and also includes EOFY compliance such as updated PAYG summaries and this year’s STP requirements.
|Licensed by Head count|
|Head count may be Varied|
|Seasonal Variations Available|
|Fully Automated Update System|
|End-of-Year PAYG Summaries and Tax|
Changes and improvements to the program are made progressively during the year. Following testing, these are immediately made available. Selecting the ClockOn icon on the your desktop automatically downloads the changes and updates your system. This has to be done on all machines and may take a few minutes.
Yes. Annual tax rates are updated and downloaded to our clients prior to the end of the financial year as per other program updates . ClockOn uses the end date of any payroll to determine the appropriate tax schedule to be applied.
No. Changes made to awards are infrequent and often relatively minor but automatic uploading of changes may conflict with the objectives of some employers. Clients are accordingly required to make changes to their own rule sets when applicable.
Yes. Using a combination of computer graphics and powerful payroll engines, we are able to manipulate the roster during construction so as to influence and control the cost of labour as it applies to the budget.
Yes. The roster display can be instantly switched between role and employee, listed in the left hand column.
Yes. An employee’s qualifications and the currency of those qualifications are displayed in the roster as alert icons when appropriate.
Yes. If a person has clocked on late or has exceeded their break length, this is displayed as an alert (exception) in BOTH the roster and the employee timesheet.
|Precise Budget Control|
|Skills and Qualifications|
|Drag n Drop Interface|
|Automated Time Import|
|3rd Party Exports|
No. Your fingerprints are not stored as recoverable images. They are automatically translated into a random string of numbers used for identification and as such constitute no threat to privacy.
Staff typically clock on and off using a high-end finger scanner. Other means of time entry include the use of RF swipe cards and fobs, keyboards and the internet.
No. Each scanner is connected to the network by Ethernet rather than to an individual PC.
The ClockOn system polls the scanners at predetermined intervals and progressively downloads the times into the employees’ timesheets.
No problem. Times recorded prior to the power failure failure are retained in the scanner until such time as the power is restored, when polling is resumed.
Yes. Absolutely. It involves the seamless integration of roster operation, time and attendance recording and powerful payroll engines to generate payroll. The system is autonomous, not relying on third party resources for its functions.
Yes. Payrolls can be run separately for different locations or departments and also for individual employees.
Yes. PAYG summaries are run routinely as an element of end of year data processing.
Yes. Payroll processing can be interrupted and recommenced at a later time.
Yes. Payrolls can be rolled back through single or multiple pay periods.
Yes. ClockOn exports payroll summaries and other journal entries to these accounting systems. It can also import data from these for configuring ClockOn.
Yes. ClockOn both calculates and reports on super as well as exporting contributions directly to the employees’ funds.
Yes. At the conclusion of payroll processing, ClockOn generates ABA files which are used to transfer pay into employee’s bank accounts.
|Automated Award Interpretation|
|Integrates to MYOB, Quickbooks|
|Accurate Entitlements, Tax, Super|
|Easy to Deploy|
|Devoted Implementation Officer|
|Access via LAN/WAN|
We provide you with an Implementation Wizard, an electronic assistant which will lead you through the process of installing your data into the trial version. In the process of installing the data you are able to exit and return at a later time with no loss of your work. Proceeding to the next screen will automatically save the current page. A help file is included with the wizard. When the data entry is completed you will be able to open ClockOn and proceed with its normal usage.
Yes. The system is designed to run in multiple locations either locally or widely distributed.
Yes. The system can be accessed remotely both by the user (for example from home via a laptop computer) or by us for purposes of technical support.
Yes. ClockOn offers multiple security roles enabling devolution of specific responsibilities to individual staff members. The individual roles allow selective access to specific functions and reports.
The system typically resides on a server at a head office. It may also be remotely hosted as a virtual cloud application. The data is accessed in a client server environment.
Training is typically delivered on line, either face to face, one on one, or in a group environment in webinar format. On-site training is also available.
Support is typically provided through a support desk team connected via a 1800 telephone line operated during normal business hours. In some circumstances, email communication is used.
Partially. The system by design is not fully web enabled, but uses a number of web based services. Employees can log their times and access their rosters and other data using the Employee Web Portal.