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Where Are You (WhereRU) 4.0.9.187

Electronic Employee Check In/Out Tracker

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Total downloads: 170
  • Last Updated: Oct 16, 2008
  • License: Shareware $99.95 Buy
  • OS: Windows 2000/98/Me/NT
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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Where Are You (WhereRU) is a Business software developed by kcSoft Software. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for Where Are You (WhereRU):

BrothersoftEditor: The Where Are You Client/Server (WhereRU) program is designed to aid receptionists, administrators or anyone track the whereabouts of employees and co-workers. It functions like an electronic version of the sign in/out WhiteBoard that may have been Posted next to a receptionist's desk, except that this "whiteboard" is visible to all who are running WhereRU on their PC. Thus, all participants can see the SignOut time, destination, and anticipated return of any coworker. WhereRU does this electronically by installing the server application on a server PC that is accessible to all employees via TCP/IP. The server application and data files are installed on a server PC and the WhereRU client program is then installed on each user's PC. WhereRU also incorporates a messaging feature (Messages) which allows the receptionist or any other user to leave messages/notes for co-workers. While any Brief message may be sent, this feature is most useful when the receptionist must pass telephone messages to employees or when co-workers must answer phones for one another.
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