Time and Attendance is software that is designed to track time and attendance. Attendance tracking is key to any club or organization, and Time and Attendance can easily bring this task online. Its Web-based interface allows you to enter events as either public or private, and only public events are shown on the public attendance page.
Time Sheets is an online employee time sheet and attendance management program. The time sheet administrator can setup time periods, and employees can login and enter their work times online. All timesheets can be exported to Excel for convenient printing and analysis. It is especially valuable for a sales team or other employees that are on the road or work in remote locations.
Tine 2.0 is a Web-based groupware solution that focuses on usability and correctness. To achieve these goals, the project uses usability experts and covers most of the code by unit tests. It contains support for contacts, tasks, calendar, email, CRM, VoIP integration, a time tracker, ActiveSync, and a flexible rights management system.
Topiq is a document management system based on topic maps with a Web frontend. Documents can be organized in multiple topics with Unix-like access control. A version control and a file-based authorization module is included. Optional packages are a fuzzy full text search and an LDAP-based authorization module.
Tribiq CMS is an multilingual content management system (CMS) and extranet. Tribiq CMS is easy to use, allowing the creation of simple, content-managed Web sites with minimal experience. Yet it is backed up with features that make it powerful enough for an enterprise-level intranet, extranet, or large Web site. Features include an author-publisher system, plugin support, version control, audit trail, WYSIWYG editor, and extranet functionality (based on users and groups).
Verlof is a Web application for registering and viewing leave information. It records hours of leave rights and hours of leave within categories like normal leave, special leave, reduced working-hours (ADV), and the begin and end dates for the leave's period. The few rules imposed on the entries are mainly sanity checks like "begin date is in the weekend". The act of entering a new leave entry sends an email to the group manager and a copy to the employee. The advantages of this electronic version over the paper version are: there is a single information location (no employee-card and mother-card discrepancies), questionable entries immediately draw the manager's attention (with email), and various up-to-date views of the leave history are available (total, year, and list). Verlof is a Dutch-only application and a little specific to Leiden University.