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LATRIX

LATRIX

The LATRIX is an Human Resource support web application.

This software provides presence and attendance recording, attendance tracking, paperless leave applications (with freely definable leave types), block periods, a fire register and extensive reporting options.

The LATRIX was developed in close cooperation with a real company that has between 50 and 100 employees. This company still uses the LATRIX every day.

 LATRIX 0.6.0

Price
Free to download

Size
0.7MB
License

GNU GPL v3

Developer
Manticore Software

Website
www.latrix.org.uk

System Requirements
Web server
PHP v5
PEAR base module
PEAR modules: Mail Mail_Mime, Image_Canvas, Image_Graph, Image_Barcode, Image_Color, Net_SMTP, Net_Socket, Numbers_Roman, Numbers_Words
MySQL 4.0 or higher

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Features include:

  • Records presence of people
    • Print barcoded ID cards for staff (there is a report for this) and once you have set up a PC with an internet connection and a barcode scanner, they simply scan the barcode when the arrive at the company and when they leave
  • Records attendance at work for staff
    • Employees can indicate to the system whether they are starting or stopping work, going on a break or coming back or whether they are transferring between sites
  • Reduces HR administration work load
  • Multiple locations
  • Multiple time zones
  • Automates employee requests for leave
  • Public holidays
  • Block periods, where no annual leave can be taken or when leave applications have to be escalated to the next level of management for approval
  • Handles shifts and shift patterns
  • Organization structure
  • Reduces paper work
  • Powerful reports
  • Empowers staff
  • Enforces work flow
  • Configurable with 17 different options
  • Saves money (and time)

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