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WhosOff.com Cloud HR service launches 2 mobile applications(May 11, 2011)
Canterbury, UK (PRWEB) May 11, 2011
WhosOff.com, a market leading online staff leave planner, has launched mobile apps for iPhone and Google Android devices.
Hundreds of businesses around the World use cloud HR app WhosOff.com to manage their staff holiday, vacation, sick leave, paid time off and out of office times. (And that makes thousands of employees!)
These new mobile applications let users connect to their WhosOff account even when they are away from their office giving access to staff leave information anytime, anywhere.
The mobile apps let users request leave and view all the leave they have on the system. Managers have the facility to be able to approve staff leave and see whos off on any particular day. A version for the BlackBerry is due to be released in the coming weeks.
Mobile development manager Mark Tomkinson said At WhosOff.com, we are always seeking new ways to enhance the service and these mobile applications are a great step in that direction. Enabling users to connect to WhosOff 24/7 is proving a big hit, we have already had feedback from users who love the app and find it quick and easy to use.
Long time user of WhosOff.com, Barry Glandfield, Business Continuity Manager of the UKs leading Satellite and Digital services company, LoveDigitalTV said This adds a new dimension to an already great online service for business to manage staff leave now I can approve my staff leave even when Im away from the office
WhosOff.com was founded in 2006, in Canterbury, England. WhosOff offer a long free, 2 month trial period of the full service to let users fully evaluate the service. The system is currently used by over 500 companies. WhosOff works for small businesses (4 staff) to blue chip global companies with 1000s of staff.
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