by Stacy Malone, Marketing Intern

More and more users are completely connected to their smartphones. According to a recent AT&T survey, 98% of small business owners use some form of wireless technology in their daily operations. Small business owners rely on technology to help their businesses thrive. Different mobile apps help them quickly and easily manage things while on the go. Storing information within your smartphone means you can make business calls from wherever you are, and built-in browsers mean you have access to the entirety of the internet right in the palm of your hand. Have you ever been in a big hurry and you don’t have time to sit down at a computer, wait for it to boot up, log in, and do what you need to do? Why not just use that smartphone that’s already on?

Have you thought about what you’re looking for in a mobile employee scheduling¬†solution? Do you want the ability to view schedules? Do you want to be able to see who is clocked in at a glance? The first step to selecting the right labor management app is knowing what you need and why you need it. If you’re a busy manager, you definitely need to be using a mobile app. If you hadn’t heard already, TimeForge has an awesome new mobile app in the iOS ($2.99) and Android ($0.99) stores. The Manager App helps you view who’s clocked in, look at schedules, view your employees’ contact information, and more. The great part about the app is being able to use a small business app that works with a system you’re already used to.

All you have to do is download the app, log in with your username and password, and then you can view the different tabs that you’re already familiar with on TimeForge. You can go to the Today page and view who’s scheduled, who’s clocked in, and any pending requests. You can view an employee list and easily contact employees with the tap of your finger. ¬†All of this put together is just one of many ways that TimeForge can make your life and your labor management easier.

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