Having data from monitoring of employees it is possible to examine their productivity, i.e. whether they use software and websites dedicated to work or other resources. The management of the company has the opportunity to receive current information about those employees who do their job properly and about those who do not. This knowledge can be used, for example, when awarding pay rises and bonuses.
In the era of high competitiveness, the company cannot afford additional costs resulting from overstaffing. It is therefore worth knowing whether the start of the project requires the employment of new employees or whether the already employed have free capacity.
The program allows you to capture any inactivity. The fact that an employee has switched on a spreadsheet, text editor or other tool does not necessarily mean that they are working.
The activities that try to show a job but are actually inactive are recognized. If the employee has the so-called a productive tool but it does not actually use it (eg browses the Internet on a private telephone) or has left the workplace, it will be displayed.