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Access Database Template

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I am looking for a Template for a database to track employee's time on tasks.
I am trying to create one myself. I have basic skills with access which doesn't seem to be enough.
I intend to use it for my group leaders to use to enter hour information for each employee. The employee list is fluid due to people comeing in and leaving the dept.
Would like it to display all employees for the shift (3 shifts in total) and then be able to enter time for verious tasks. Each employee can do more then 1 task each day.
All this info can then be displayed on a report as to who did what for how long and totals of time spent on the tasks.
I have taken many stabs at trying to build this myself and always come up short.
Anyone lead me to a template that is sort of what I am looking for?
Sep 1 '06 #1
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Have you seen the Microsoft MS Access templates? Espesially:
Inventory Control
Time and Biling

If not try to search in Google : MS Access Time control database
It's sure that will have Something but maybe will be paid!

Have a good luck!
Sep 2 '06 #2

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You know that this part of the enterprise is very sensible... Me as a project manager responsible for ERP integration understand that those information will participate for the calculations of many services...

Calculations of salaries, calculations for productivity and capacity, calculations about the product value!

So a lot of people have interest for this kind of application and maybe this is also one reason that you can't finish a project with those dimensions.

Maybe before proceed with a system like that it's better to understand the opinon of your firm about your software inovation strategy. Maybe they want to invest into integrated system like ERP? Maybe this application about the work have to have more functionnalities andserve other services also...

In all cases you have to range the needs by functionnalities... One time you have the consensus about the importance and priority of functions you can do them you self!

See also the functionnalities offered by the ERPs in this domain! It'll be usefull for you! :)
Sep 2 '06 #3

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