AMGtime Lite for iOS 2.11.2.0 freeware

The AMGtime app is a component of the complete AMG Attendance System. The application unlocks employees ability to punch in or out remotely from pre-assigned locations, using just their mobile phone. The app then transfers these punches to your AMGtime software or web client seamlessly in real time. The app also gives employees the ability to perform job and department transfers, as well as see administrator-assigned messages. ...

Author AMG Employee Management
Released 2020-03-05
Filesize 107 kB
Downloads 114
OS iPhone, iPod, iPad, iTouch, iOS
Installation No Install Support
Keywords mobile punch, time attendance
Users' rating
(4 rating)
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AMGtime Lite for iOS freeware - The Latest User Reviews
AMGtime Lite for iOS freeware - The Latest Versions History
2.11.2.0 Mar 5, 2020 New Release Added ability to add an expense.
Added ability to calculate the mileage.
Performance enhancements and bug fixes.
2.11.2 Mar 5, 2020 New Release Added ability to add an expense.
Added ability to calculate the mileage.
Performance enhancements and bug fixes.
1.0 May 29, 2019 New Release

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