NeoSystems and Chainbridge Technologies Announce Pioneering Mobile Timesheets Service for Government Contractors
Enables government-contracting professionals to meet strict federal reporting requirements with an App built for smart phones and tablets
Tysons Corner, VA/April 25, 2012 – NeoSystems Corp. today announced the introduction of Mobile Timesheets, a SaaS solution that integrates with Deltek Time Collection™, powered by the Chainbridge T&Emobile. app. This application enables government-contracting professionals to remotely report their time for billing activities on government contracts. With the federal government requiring daily time reporting, Mobile Timesheets will be particularly helpful for those who are traveling or have limited access to a computer connected to the internet. NeoSystems will make the app available to customers who use their managed accounting or hosting services.
With this mobile app, professionals obtain real-time integration with Deltek Time Collection, the leading timesheet software solution for government contractors. Users with an iPhone® or iPad®, an Android™ phone or tablet, Windows Mobile, or newer Blackberry® phones can enter their time using the Mobile Timesheets over a 3G, 4G, or WiFi internet connection. The app allows users to select projects, accounts, organizations, labor categories, pay types, labor locations, and other information in order to review and complete necessary information, all while on the go. Supervisors can also complete review and approval of their subordinates’ timesheets using the app.
“The federal government is very stringent about requiring that their contractors report their time and billing activity on a daily basis,” said Michael Tinsley, President and Chief Executive Officer of NeoSystems. “With this app, the government contractors using NeoSystems’ hosting infrastructure can now easily and efficiently input their time and project data without being tethered to a computer. We look forward to working closely with Chainbridge Technologies to bring this innovative solution to market. In today’s’ world where many employees work on multiple projects at remote locations, the app has many benefits for our clients,” said Mr. Tinsley.
Commenting on the development, Chris Lee, Co-Founder of Chainbridge Technologies said, “This is an intriguing solution that we expect to be widely used, and soon commonplace, among government contractors. We applaud NeoSystems’ vision and commitment to be an early adopter and offer our T&Emobile on a wide variety of devices and look forward to working closely with the company.”
About NeoSystems Corp.
NeoSystems Corp, based in Tysons Corner, Virginia, specializes in performing strategic back office services for government contractors, nonprofit organizations, and commercial entities. The firm’s flexible approach allows its highly skilled professionals to use best-in-class software and an advanced information technology infrastructure to create tailored solutions for clients. This scalable strategy reduces back office costs, while meeting rigorous and continuously changing government standards.
NeoSystems collaborates with leading software vendors to bring the power of premier applications to businesses and organizations with unique requirements. As a Deltek, IBM and Microsoft partner, NeoSystems assists in turning system data into relevant, actionable information that allow executive teams to make smarter growth decisions.
The result is a back office in compliance with government standards that yields insightful and essential operational information. Clients save money and realize untapped potential, leading to the pursuit of opportunities that were previously unattainable. For these reasons, the company’s tagline slogan is: Grow Ahead… We’ve Got Your Back Office®.
About Chainbridge Technologies
Chainbridge Technologies (www.chainbridgetech.com), a software company located in Tysons Corner, VA, founded in 2003, with a mission to improve their client’s operations through automation. Clients include NYSE-traded corporations, large government contractors and reseller partners. Recent efforts include a line of ERP enhancing products such as Costpoint Extender (CPx) and T&Emobile. Both designed to complement the Deltek suite of ERP products.