Introducing the New Tanda Time Clock App!
We are very excited to announce that a brand new Time clock app is here, packed with new features, more stability and a much more user-friendly design.
The Time clock is a core part of Tanda and it is key to making sure you can accurately track your staff attendance.
Tanda’s Time Clock app live streams employee clock ins, making it easy to track employee time and attendance. All data is stored in the system, and transferred automatically to timesheets, so you’ve always got a record of when staff are working.
Since we first released the Time clock app, we have received feedback for improvements and new feature ideas! We have taken all of this feedback on-board and built a brand new app that we know you will love.
- A refreshed modern design
- A simple and intuitive interface
- More guidance for users
- Now works on iPads
- Current and upcoming shift information displayed upon clock-in / out
- Staff can submit leave and unavailability right through the app (optional feature)
Download the Time Clock app
Visit the Time Clock page for more information.
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Tanda hits 1 Million clock ins!
Tanda has ticked over to 1 MIllion Clock-Ins! That is a lot of people showing up for work. And though we may gripe and grumble about the daily grind, one million clock-ins is something we want you to celebrate with the whole team at Tanda. Tanda has been here to help you. We have helped you make payroll simple and easy. We have helped you make time theft and wasted hours of figuring out award rates a thing of the past. But today Tanda wants to acknowledge someone else in this ever-growing time and attendance tool. We want to focus on YOU. One million clock-ins on our successful cloud-based software might seem like an intangible concept. Instead, we’d like you to think of it more as an in-Tanda-ble concept. That’s people getting up early to clock in so you have your morning coffee. That’s childcare workers all over Australia clocking in to make sure your children get the best start in early learning. That’s certified companies like Subway, Nike and Telstra moving forward in the constantly changing systems of business, time and attendance. But more importantly in many ways, that’s small businesses and the backbone of Australian industries moving forward with them too. Tanda ensures no one gets left behind, and no time or attendance goes amiss for those 1 million of you who have clocked in. Though we can’t celebrate this achievement with each and everyone of you in your office, restaurant, childcare centre, hotel or whatever space it is you run your business in, we can still thank you all here from Tanda HQ. This video isn’t much, but its a small demonstration of how excited we are for all of you. Keep up to date with more exciting news from Tanda by heading to our Facebook page and giving us the old thumbs up at https://www.facebook.com/TandaHQ or follow us on Twitter and LinkedIn for more surprises to come.
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An Abridged History of Time Clocks
– 1888: William Bundy invents the first time clock. The first bottle of Bundaberg Rum is produced in the same year. – 1889: The Bundy Manufacturing Company begins mass producing time clocks. The terms “Bundy Clock” and “Bundy O’Clock” cause much confusion due to their similarity. – 1924: A conglomerate of businesses including the Bundy Manufacturing Company change their name to IBM. – 2012: Tanda (PayAus) produces a time clocking system for the 21st century. Tanda does not give it a confusing name. Bartenders everywhere rejoice.
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Happy Birthday to the employee time clock
On this day, 127 years ago the first known time clock was invented by William Bundy. Coincidentally our very own Bundaberg Rum, known in Australia as ‘Bundy’, was first bottled around the same time in 1888. So to celebrate, Tanda is giving away a Bundaberg Rum Anniversary Gift Pack* to reward one lucky person from a draw of the most punctual employees over the next 2 weeks! (Monday 23rd of November to Sunday 6th of December) Conditions: Must be 18+ and working a minimum of 3 shifts totalling 15 hours each week. For the history buffs… The first Bundy Clock (not to be confused with Bundy Rum O’Clock) involved a grandfather-like clock with a keyhole where each worker was given their own key to individually track their time. Pretty ingenious for 1888. The company began with just eight employees and $150,000 capital. In today’s world, we’d call that a tech startup with great potential. By 1898 they had produced 9,000 Bundy Time Recorders, where they were advertised as solving “vexatious questions of recording employee time”. Fast forward a couple decades of strong growth, a conglomerate of businesses including the Bundy Manufacturing Company changed their name to IBM. Although we still face similar frustrations when it comes to recording staff hours, we’ve definitely come a long way in the technology that’s available today. I’m sure William Bundy would’ve been a big fan of Tanda’s features and functionality. Happy Birthday and a toast to Bundy Clocks, Bundy Rum and making work life easier! *If the lucky employee is not a Bundaberg Rum fan, that’s ok. We’ll put the bottle to good use and we’ll send you a prepaid MasterCard of the equivalent value instead. Tanda encourages sober work and responsible drinking of alcohol.