Innovative invoice system

A Perth-based recruitment company has received favourable attention for its newly released online invoice/timesheet system.

The systems marries human resource management, cost accounting and knowledge management in one system.

It has the potential to save businesses administrative burdens by eliminating the costs associated with processing labour invoices.

“At the moment, the employees manually enter the hours worked using software such as Excel and, from our experience, this is usually compiled at the end of a pay period,” said Global Staffing Management managing director Sean Lennon.

“The employee then forward the timesheet to the manager. The manager verifies the timesheet and passes it back to administrative staff for manual entry into the system.”

Such a system is often inaccurate, wastes time and it is difficult to retrieve information.

“There are other HRM systems available, which are typically ‘off the shelf’ software based, inflexible, and typically not designed for a specific user,” Mr Lennon said.

“Our system is user-specifically created and integrates into the users’ existing system.

“Software systems are typically fairly static but this is a ‘living system’ and is highly adaptable.”

The system requires no hardware upgrades or software and can be run from a ‘dumb’ terminal.

“All you need is Internet access because the power is all on the server,” Mr Lennon said.

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