Replicon, Inc. is the market leader in Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) based time and expense management software. Replicon's products allow you to track project time and expenses, client billing, employee work schedules, and employee time and attendance.
Founded in 1996, Replicon, Inc. powers companies of all sizes to maximize profitability and productivity and has more than 1.2 million users in 60 countries worldwide. Replicon's clients include Ernst & Young, Cornell University, Health Canada, Shell, Verizon, Ferrari and Amazon.
Replicon's product suite includes Web TimeSheet: Project & Billing Edition, Web TimeSheet: Time & Attendance Edition, Web Expense, Web Schedule and Web Resource. All of Replicon's products are delivered using the SaaS (Software-as-a-Service) model, facilitating instant deployment with no upfront fees or overhead/infrastructure costs. Replicon's products can be used as standalone solutions or together as a seamlessly integrated product suite.
Web TimeSheet Project & Billing allows users to track project time & costs, with an easy-to-use timesheet interface and real-time reports. Managers can monitor project/task progress, actual vs. estimated hours/cost, and billing amounts while ensuring accuracy through multi-level approvals and integration with both your project management and accounting software.
Web TimeSheet Time & Attendance allows users to track hours worked for both salaried and hourly employees, manage time off, set accrual policies, manage overtime rules, run attendance and payroll reports, and integrate with any leading payroll software.
Web Expense enables companies to track employee expenses in multiple currencies, attach expense receipts, automatically calculate taxes such as VAT or GST, and monitor expense reimbursements.
Web Schedule allows companies to set up employee work schedules, make on-the-fly adjustments, and track actual work against the set schedule - all from an easy-to-use graphical interface.
Web Resource enables managers to more effectively track resource availability, skill sets, project/task assignments, and scheduling conflicts/time allocation.