Sunninghill, South Africa, February 16, 2004 - Techcharge Software launches LeaveForms, a web-browser based, employee self-service, leave administration system. Companies that use paper-based leave sy...
Sunninghill, South Africa, February 16, 2004 - Techcharge Software launches LeaveForms, a web-browser based, employee self-service, leave administration system. Companies that use paper-based leave systems can obtain a significant Return on Investment by implementing the LeaveForms application.
Leave Administration is one of the simplest Human Resource tasks performed in a company but if you are using a paper based system it is inevitably inefficient. Most companies use a computerised payroll system while all other employee administration tasks are manual because the cost of a fully-fledged Human Resource management system can't be justified. LeaveForms offers a cost-effective alternative in this predicament.
With LeaveForms, employees capture their leave applications electronically using their web-browser. The electronic application is sent directly via email to the employees' supervisor for authorisation. Once authorised, the employee is notified via a return email. The system can be set up to apply different rules when processing individual applications. Employee leave balances are updated automatically after every approval and individuals can verify their exact leave balance at any time, it is always current and accurate!
LeaveForms is designed to be simple and easy to use. The design principle was to make the product easy to install and use, without the need for costly training. LeaveForms is easily implemented; it does not need powerful hardware, no client installation is necessary and the system is so simple to use that your employees won't need any training.
To evaluate LeaveForms or for more information please visit: http://www.techcharge.com/leaveforms/lf_evaluate.htm
Freddie is the Technical Development Manager for Techcharge Software; he oversees the development and implementation of technical products based on strategic product development principles.Freddie obtained a MSc (Engineering) degree from the University of the Witwatersrand in 2000. He also obtained a B Com. Honors, Information Systems (1995) and B Com, Information Systems and Cost Accounting degree (1994) from Potchefstroom University.