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uAttend Time Tracking Solutions Available at TimeClockDeals.com
Date:5/31/2012

SAN DIEGO, May 31, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- As a driving force behind today's innovative employee time and attendance solutions, uAttend continues to look for ways to expand its employee time clock distribution network. As a result of these efforts, uAttend is pleased to announce that TimeClockDeals.com is an authorized online reseller of uAttend time clocks and software services.

TimeClockDeals.com is a leading retailer of employee time management solutions. The company offers a full range of products and services including web-based time clock systems, along with time clock accessories and supplies. The company was started in 2002 and was one of the first to offer self-installable time clocks and systems to small businesses. According to Bill Nourse, President of Time Clock Deals, the uAttend distribution network is a perfect fit to their list of offerings.

"I am confident in our choice to resell uAttend time clocks and employee management systems on our site," Nourse said. "The systems fill the demand our customers have for advanced web-based technology at an affordable price. No other company comes close right now."

Having actually been the developer who created uAttend's software, Nourse has inside knowledge of the system and knows how thoroughly road-tested it is. However, beyond the software, Nourse said a company's time clock hardware and customer service have to perform at a high level to be successful.

"uAttend's customer service reviews are exceptional," Nourse said. "This is a company that is focused on customer satisfaction and strives to make sure their product meets customer expectations. For example, their lifetime warranty on hardware is unheard of in this industry. The fact they go above and beyond for their customers has supported our decision to join the company's distribution network even more."

uAttend time clocks are a smart and simple way to streamline business operations and improve employee productivity.

"Cloud-based time and attendance systems are quickly becoming the preferred means for employers to track employee time, as well as process payroll," said Andrew Newby, COO for uAttend. "And for good reason - online time tracking systems have been shown to encourage employees to be more timely, more productive, more efficient and more accountable."

uAttend offers a robust range of time clocks with timetracking software making it easy for customers to find one that suits their needs and budgets. With employee time and attendance products such as swipe card time clocks, biometric 'fingerprint' time clocks and smart phone applications, uAttend features a variety of flexible options for employees to punch in and out. In addition, every time clock is equipped with state-of-the-art time tracking software making uAttend an ideal solution for any business to monitor and manage employee time and attendance.

To learn more about uAttend, or to get more details on uAttend's online time clock distribution network, please call 800-518-8925, or visit the corporate website at http://www.uattend.com.

Media Contact: Dawn Berry Processing Point, 866-694-3603, dawn@processingpoint.com

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