From wherever you are; in the office or out in the field.
Integrate with your existing enterprise systems; ERP or FMIS, payroll systems.
NZ developed and supported.
Submit and attach
Submit time, leave and expenses and attach receipts.
Create relevant, accurate invoices and deliver them to your customers.
Build rules and approval flows across timesheets, expenses and leave.
Use data to analyse where staff spend their time for resource allocation and monitoring.
How can Go benefit your business?
Staff can connect from anywhere, anytime
Go is available from a web browser or mobile app so staff can choose the device that suits to enter their time, expense claims and leave request from anywhere, anytime.
Improve your utilisation of staff
You can’t manage it if you can’t measure it. Use Go to evaluate how your organisation is performing across key projects in real time.
Accelerate your billing cycles
Create relevant, accurate invoice data that can be delivered to your customers via Go or integrated into your ERP system.
Integrate with your existing enterprise systems
Go can be setup to connect to your existing ERP or FMIS system, CRM or Payroll.
NZ developed, supported and hosted
Go is available for you to host on-premise or in the cloud. It is developed and supported locally in New Zealand.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How does Go integrate with other systems?
AXE (Application Exchange Engine) is the integration engine that comes as a part of the Go platform. This is a highly scalable asynchronous integration engine that is implemented in many Olympic clients’ sites. This provides integration with 3rd party applications such as Payroll, Finance or other middleware.
Does Go come with a standard report suite and ability for users to run adhoc reports?
SQL Reporting Service comes as part of the Go platform. There are many standard reports available. By and large clients tend to use SQL Reporting Service to develop their own set of reports.
Typically clients link Go into their own BI system (such as BI360) and use SQL Reporting Services in Go to provide day-to-day operational reports.
Is Go accessible remotely by field staff via portable devices e.g laptops, smartphones and tablets?
Go is available via web browser or mobile app.
Does Go scale up to a large enterprise?
The Go platform is a horizontally scalable system that is highly dependent on hosted/on-premise solution architecture / mix. We have already successfully implemented Go with a 250 concurrent user requirement. However using the same technology we have successfully implemented systems that have well over 1,000 concurrent users using a more intensive usage pattern.
How does Go authenticate users?
If a user has been linked up with the Active Directory, the user will be windows authenticated. If the user is trying to access the Go system on another machine that they’re not logged on with the associated Active Directory account, then the email and nominated password is required for the login process.
Currently, an external user has to login with their email and password. However through the use of the Windows Identity Foundation (to create a trust relationship with the Security Token Services of iGovt and Active Directory), support for SAML 2.0 and the use of Active Directory Federation Services would allow for the required integration of external logins.
Does Go allow a flexible granularity of intervals and periods?
The Go platform allows the granularity of time intervals that can be configured to any time period: therefore time can be setup in x minute, hours, days, weeks, months or yearly intervals. Similarly, schedules can be setup for someone to work over any duration if the business rules allow it.
Go has been designed to enable multiple modes of time management. It is inherent in its time-slot orientation. i.e. a period of time is composed of time-slots and this level of granularity gives Go flexibility to meet differing user needs.
This design is unique and provides the level of flexibility that most time recording systems lack.
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