By utilising a mobile app or landline to clock in and out, businesses can accurately time stamp when their staff are on-site, with notifications alerting of a late or missed shift.
An in-built dashboard provides insight into service delivery and productivity. Performance data such as call volumes and over-worked hours are visually presented within the IQ:timecard portal, while a live status map displays the locations of remote staff, helping to protect lone workers.
IQ:timecard won ‘Innovation of the Year’ at the North Worcestershire Business Awards last November, with Unique IQ also named Birmingham’s ‘Business of the Year’. The system has been shortlisted as one of the top products of the year in the 2020 Tomorrow’s Cleaning Awards.
Managing Director of Unique IQ David Lynes said: “we’re looking forward to showcasing IQ:timecard at the Manchester Cleaning Show, as well as meeting lots of new faces. We feel that the real-time insight that IQ:timecard provides truly sets us apart and we’re excited to give people a taster of that at the show.”
Juliet Booker of CCS Cleaning said of IQ:timecard: “The system enables us to know exactly where our cleaners are, when they have clocked in and out, and helps to track their wages as well as ensuring lone worker safety. We tell prospect clients a lot about IQ:timecard; they are very impressed when we describe how we track our cleaners through the app, it gives further support that the service they are paying for has been completed as required.”
To find out more about Unique IQ’s software for contract cleaning companies, find them on stand F01 at the Manchester Cleaning Show or visit www.uniqueiq.co.uk.