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TMCNet:  New Features in Ironflow Technologies Inc.'s Web-Based Leave Management Software

[November 27, 2012]

New Features in Ironflow Technologies Inc.'s Web-Based Leave Management Software

Dieppe, New-Brunswick, Nov 27, 2012 ( via COMTEX) -- A variety of new features have been added to Ironflow Technologies Inc. web-based system, This summer, Ironflow has been on a mission to improve their, already easy-to-use, leave management system. The latest major additions include the following: TimeOffManager is now available in English and French. Spanish is coming soon in 2013! Single Sign-On, LDAP and Active Directory support is now available thru

Integration with Google Calendar, Microsoft Outlook, and more...

Various new reminders, reports and account options such as international options for date and time formats.

Support for Google Apps integration coming next month! These changes improve and also gear the software toward being supported internationally. Many of TimeOffManager users agree that it is user friendly and highly accommodating. The new updates promise to be the icing on the cake.

TimeOffManager is a fully automated SaaS that tracks and manages employee absence, leave, time-off and attendance. For more information contact Ironflow Technologies Inc. by phone (506) 854-6557 or by info(at)timeoffmanager(dot)com.

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