This week we proudly released our mobile Time & Expenses modules for Reckon One and credit the hard work of our development team for reaching this milestone. Small businesses are increasingly using mobile technology and this new release will give them the tools they need to easily track employee timesheets and expense claims on-the-go.

Time and Expenses modules can be accessed via the Reckon One app for iPhone or Android.

Sam Allert, Managing Director, Australia and New Zealand for Reckon said the Time & Expenses mobile release is a win for small businesses.

“We’re excited to release the Time and Expenses mobile application for Reckon One, which complements the already successful browser based module. With 70% of Australians currently owning a smartphone, the mobile solution will further increase workplace productivity for small businesses.”

Dean Darke, Group Product Manager said

“Small businesses can use our timesheets component to help with record-keeping in the workplace. For an affordable price, an employer can offer timesheet access to an unlimited amount of employees or contractors to log their billable and unbillable time on the go via their mobile devices.”

The timesheet component includes comprehensive features with the ability to view full timesheet history, filter timesheets by employees and track time against specific customers or projects. Small businesses now have an affordable, simple mobile timesheets solution allowing them to make the move from paper based record-keeping.


Screenshots: Timesheets in Time & Expenses

Included with the expense component is an intuitive expense entry workflow for employees and functionality that allows employers to control expense claim processing with approvals.

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Screenshots: Expenses in Time & Expenses

Other updates to Reckon One released this week include a customisable bank widget on the dashboard and ABN validation for suppliers in the Core module. New to BankData is a transaction rules contact quick-add plus an auto match feature for existing journals. In the Invoices module, users can now preview invoice templates and navigate direct to payments made to a particular invoice.

For more information visit Reckon One