Time Logger, an app from Suivo, provided a solution to Cibor’s challenges and, among other things, made it easier to track hours now, which is positive for the technicians on the job and for the administrative staff.
Thanks to a new way of working for that hour recording, payroll calculation and for mobility allowances, everything runs better at Cibor. The organization no longer has to deal with lost timesheets, work orders or other paperwork. Manual input is eliminated and no more sloppy handwriting to decipher. Moreover, processing does not have to wait until the papers are brought in. Optimizing these processes also makes billing to the end customer more accurate and faster.
Employees keep track of what interventions they do, recording their work time. If they are on the road, they record that period themselves as travel time. For the leak detection and repair techniques departments, this is done with the ‘Time Logger’ app. Hourly registration for the concrete department is done in a different way. Employees identify themselves with a badge when they get into their vehicles. The black box in their vehicle registers and transmits. For concrete work, official registration at Check-in-at-work is also mandatory. Thanks to the black box in the vehicles in combination with so-called geofencing, this happens completely automatically. There is a virtual fence around each job site that registers when the vehicle enters and automatically informs Social Security. Cibor has about seventy users of the Time Logger app and about ten employees who use the badge.