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Aestiva leave Request Software Debuts with Free 60-Day Trials, PTO Software Streamlines Leave Request Management(February 05, 2012)
Torrance, Calif. (PRWEB) February 05, 2012
Aestiva Leave Request helps managers, employees, auditors, and everyone who uses leave information to save time, improve scheduling, record-keeping, and make better decisions. Aestivas Leave Request Software is a browser-based application used to approve standard leave requests, special FLMA leave, union-governed leave, Paid Time Off (PTO) or combinations of types of leave.
Aestiva Leave Request is great news for managers, accounting and human resources departments too, because it makes tracking and managing leave requests a cinch, whether for a hundred employees or thousands, said Aestiva President David Silverberg.
Aestiva is kicking off the new release with free 60-day trials.
Aestivas browser-based technology lets employees and managers check records and administer leave easily, without spending time calling HR or Accounting departments,
Users access the application via an Intranet or the Internet from any browser (Internet Explorer, Safari, Firefox, and others) running on any end-user computer operating system (Windows, Apple Mac OS, Linux). Aestiva Leave Request requires no desktop installation, and is installed on standard servers. It can also be hosted on the web without per-user fees. For more information on Aestiva Leave Request visit: http://leave-request-software.aestiva.com
About Aestiva Software:
Founded in 1996, Aestiva is a leader in Business Process Automation (BPA), and serves over a thousand customers worldwide. Aestiva solutions significantly streamline and improve business processes. The company specializes in 100% browser-native technology that can be installed with limited or no IT overhead. Live web demonstrations are available by calling 1-888-AESTIVA (237-8482) or 1-310-697-0338.
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