SB Telecoms incorporates productivity module in TAMS solution
To boost corporate performance, SB Telecoms and Devices, has enhanced its Time Attendance Management System (TAMS) software to incorporate components that can effectively monitor employee productivity level.
The TAMS solution, developed fully in Nigeria, is a cloud-based time and attendance management application that allows organisations to monitor the attendance of their employees across multi-locations from any part of the world.
“Acclaimed for its time management function, TAMS has become entrenched in the Nigerian market as the foremost application for tracking employee punctuality by businesses.
“As a result of its efficacy, the software has been adopted by over 1,000 leading Small and Medium Enterprises, blue chips and multinational firms operating in Nigeria and parts of West Africa,” the company said in a statement.
Despite its success, Lagos-based SB Telecoms had to upgrade the application beyond just attendance monitoring in response to declining national employee productivity indices.
The firm claimed that the new upgrade measures employee productivity, “thereby providing individual businesses with bespoke data on its human resources output and dynamics for improved decision making.”
Commenting on the upgraded TAMS solution, the Chief Executive Officer, SB Telecoms and Devices, Afolabi Abiodun, said, “Having resolved the thorny issue of employee punctuality, we challenged ourselves to provide our clients with more than time monitoring.
“The incorporation of the productivity element in the TAMS software was the outcome of decision, and it was a direct response to the nagging need for corporations to measure the output of individual employee.”
He added, “We have therefore created an innovative solution, which effectively monitors the productivity level of a workforce, by examining certain key characteristics. Some of the key characteristics now measured by TAMS software include time management, competence, decision-making, industry knowledge and punctuality.”
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