Epazz, a prime provider of cloud-based business solutions and blockchain mobile apps and the parent company of DeskFlex room booking software and Provitrac onboarding software, announced that because of the high demand for its desk and room booking software and its new video interview software, many of its customers are asking for employee monitoring software to handle employees who are working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Employee monitoring software is the newest addition to its software upgrade in preparation for a surge in work-from-home applications during COVID-19. The employee monitoring system is a new feature of the Provitrac applicant tracking system that captures screenshots and logs in video shots to determine whether an employee is working on productive websites. The company has received feedback from new customers about the need to monitor their employees’ PC activity and productivity while working at home. We are also working on ways to improve remote computers. Some of our customers have employees access their office computer via their PC to prevent the loss of intellectual property such as trade secrets or source codes. The remote computer will prevent the employee from removing critical data from their office computer. The employee monitoring software will come with an agreement stating that the company is monitoring activity on the user’s PC during work hours.
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According to Shaun Passley, Ph.D., CEO of Epazz Inc., “We anticipate the needs of the companies to streamline their business operations, especially in recruiting and hiring the right candidate for a job vacancy and managing employees who work from home as part of the new normal.”
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