BundyPlus Manual
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Table of Contents
BundyPlus..........................................................................................................................................................3
Getting Started............................................................................................................................................... 4
Installing....................................................................................................................................................... 5
Setup - Welcome....................................................................................................................................... 7
Setup - Select Destination Location.......................................................................................................... 8
Setup - License Agreement....................................................................................................................... 9
Setup - Additional Tasks.......................................................................................................................... 10
Setup - Ready to Install...........................................................................................................................12
Setup - Setup Complete.......................................................................................................................... 14
License Activation...................................................................................................................................... 15
Activation window...................................................................................................................................16
Opening sample database......................................................................................................................... 18
Upgrading from BundyPlus v2................................................................................................................... 20
Application Windows....................................................................................................................................21
Command Centre Window........................................................................................................................ 22
Payrun Centre............................................................................................................................................ 24
Talk to Bundy Clocks............................................................................................................................... 25
Process Payrun........................................................................................................................................ 26
Process Time Cards (Select Pay Run)....................................................................................................27
Process Time Cards (Details)................................................................................................................ 30
Processing Time Cards.......................................................................................................................... 34
Processing Examples...........................................................................................................................35
Small Business (1-10 Employees).................................................................................................... 36
Medium Business (10-100 Employees)............................................................................................38
Large Business (100 - 1000+ Employees)........................................................................................ 40
Time Sheet Examples......................................................................................................................... 42
Reports.....................................................................................................................................................45
Reports & Filters................................................................................................................................... 46
Report Window.....................................................................................................................................48
Employee Clockings window.................................................................................................................50
Clocking Record window.................................................................................................................... 53
Date Selection window.................................................................................................................... 55
Report Types......................................................................................................................................... 57
Employee Clockings - Summary Report............................................................................................. 58
Employee Clockings - Detail Report................................................................................................... 59
Employee Clockings - Detail Report (including Job Costing).............................................................. 60
Job Costing Report - Summary...........................................................................................................61
Job Costing Report - Detailed............................................................................................................ 62
Job Costing - Labels............................................................................................................................63
Employee Wages Expense Report - Summary................................................................................... 64
Maintenance Centre.................................................................................................................................. 65
Employee Cards....................................................................................................................................... 66
Employee Search...................................................................................................................................67
Edit Employee....................................................................................................................................... 69
Time Types...............................................................................................................................................72
Time Type Search..................................................................................................................................73
Edit Time Types.....................................................................................................................................75
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Allowances............................................................................................................................................... 77
Allowance Search.................................................................................................................................. 78
Edit Allowances..................................................................................................................................... 80
Sirens and Access Control....................................................................................................................... 82
Relay Events Search.............................................................................................................................. 83
Relay Event Edit.................................................................................................................................... 85
Job Costing.............................................................................................................................................. 86
Job Costing search................................................................................................................................ 87
Edit Job Costing.....................................................................................................................................89
Admin User Rights...................................................................................................................................91
Admin User Rights Search.................................................................................................................... 92
Edit Admin User Rights.........................................................................................................................94
Application Settings.................................................................................................................................96
Time Clock Settings...............................................................................................................................97
Payroll Settings group........................................................................................................................... 99
Reports and Forms..............................................................................................................................100
Database Settings................................................................................................................................102
System Settings................................................................................................................................... 104
Job Costing Settings............................................................................................................................ 105
License Settings...................................................................................................................................107
Support Subscription............................................................................................................................. 109
Support Subscription...........................................................................................................................110
Tips & How To............................................................................................................................................ 111
Video Tutorials......................................................................................................................................... 112
Ordering & License.....................................................................................................................................113
License agreement................................................................................................................................... 114
System requirements..................................................................................................................................118
About Us.....................................................................................................................................................119
New Features & Bug Fixes......................................................................................................................... 120
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BundyPlus™
BundyPlus™ Time and Attendance software does all the hard work saving you time
and money. Imports employee clockings directly from all employee time clocks,
generates time sheets, run exception reports or run job costing software to track
activities in seconds.
Export employee details directly into MYOB, Visipay, Micropay, Wage Easy, HR3pay,
Jupiter, ADP and more.
Please contact us if you need a reference from a happy client using one of our
attendance clocks near you.
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Getting Started
Please read the topics bellow to quickly get started with BundyPlus™. The
introductory topics will give you the brief overview of the BundyPlus™ concept. It
requires just a couple minutes to see how it's easy and fun to create professional
realistically looking 3D box shots, CD label, DVD or book cover with BundyPlus™.
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Installing
BundyPlus™ can be installed from a CD or you can download it from our website at
www.bundyplus.com.au
Note: Backup before updating.
We recommend before installing BundyPlus™ (or subsequent releases) that you
perform a backup on existing database files to an external drive.
Setup.exe is the file that installs the BundyPlus™ system on to your computer.
Windows 7 Users Note: You need to have owner / creator user rights when installing
BundyPlus™. Please check your computer log in details to ensure you have the correct
rights. If you install BundyPlus™ with the in-correct user rights, BundyPlus™ will not
install all the components required and you will get unpredictable errors.
Installing from CD
1. If your computer only allows users with administrator privileges to install
programs, log in as administrator.
2. Save all open documents and close all programs.
3. Insert the installation CD. An installation windows appears. If an installation
window does not appear, open Windows Explorer, go to your CD drive and
double-click the setup.exe file.
4. Click Install and follow the on screen installation instructions.
5. When the installation is complete, restart your computer.
If you have issues while installing BundyPlus™, try disabling your antivirus software
until the installation is complete. If this does not solve the issue, search the
BundyPlus™ Support Notes at www.bundyplus.com.au/blog/category/frequentlyasked-questions/.
Installing from download
1. If your computer only allows users with administrator privileges to install
programs, log in as administrator.
2. Save all open documents and close all programs.
3. Connect to the internet.
4. Go to www.bundyplus.com.au and download the BundyPlus™ trial software.
5. Follow the on screen instructions to download the file.
6. Save the file to your desktop.
7. Double-click the setup.exe file you saved to your desktop.
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8. Follow the on screen installation instructions.
9. When the installation is complete, restart your computer.
If you have issues while installing BundyPlus™, try disabling your antivirus software
until the installation is complete. If this does not solve the issue, search the
BundyPlus™ Support Notes at www.bundyplus.com.au/blog/category/frequentlyasked-questions/.
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Setup - Welcome
Setup will guide you through the installation process with a simple wizard that asks various
questions.
You need to read and accept the terms of the licensing agreement.
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Setup - Select Destination Location
BundyPlus™ by default will be installed in to “C:\BundyPlusV3”, you can change this drive
and directory to whatever you want – we would however recommend that you leave this
as the default. Once BundyPlus™ has been installed and configured you can move the
database to a mapped network drive. However BundyPlus™ needs to be installed on all
PC’s / machines that need to access to the BundyPlus™ system.
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Setup - License Agreement
I accept the agreement option
This must be selected to continue installation which means you have accepted
the agreement terms and condtions
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Setup - Additional Tasks
Once the install is completed – you can Launch BundyPlus™ from the Wizard or from the
desktop or Quick Launch Icon.
Create a &desktop icon check
You can create a desktop shortcut icon and / or a Quick Launch Icon.
< Back button
Go back to previous screen.
Next > button
Go to next screen.
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Cancel button
Exits setup
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Setup - Ready to Install
Install Details
Shows the summary of the installation about to take place
< Back button
Install button
Click here to begin installation
Cancel button
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Setup - Setup Complete
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License Activation
BundyPlus™ requires licensing. Your license key can be found on your CD cover
supplied or sent via email when purchased. Free 30-day trial software can be
downloaded from www.BundyPlus.com.au.
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Activation window
Back button
Returns to previous page.
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Product Key
When you have purchased a license for BundyPlus™ you will be supplied with a
License Key either on the CD cover or via email. Enter that information here.
Next button
Click here to validate your license key.
Cancel button
Exits license wizard
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Opening sample database
Application menu bar
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The application menu bar contains menus to open and help files.
Open Company File
Click here to select and open a Company File database. Select "Acme"
database then open.
Last Database Opened
This text shows the last Company File that was opened. If the file can't be found
BundyPlus™ will display the a warning.
Exit
Press this button to exit BundyPlus™.
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Upgrading from BundyPlus v2
Upgrading from BundyPlus™ v2 to any of the BundyPlus™ T&A Suites is painless.
Typical Single PC Upgrade
• Download and install BundyPlus™ v3 as per instructions.
• Copy your working database from your existing BundyPlus™ V2 directory (this
may be called BundyPlus.mdb) into your new BundyPlusV3 directory.
• Copy your MWSClock.INI file from your existing BundyPlus™ V2 directory into
your new BundyPlusV3 directory.
• Start BundyPlus™ V3 and open copied database.
• BundyPlus™ will warn you are about to open a BundyPlus™ V2 database.
Click "YES" to open. Note: A backup of your existing database will be created
automatically (YYYYMMDD_backup_BundyPlus).
• Click "Talk to BundyClocks" and confirm ClockComms export path is pointing to
the new BundyPlusV3 directory.
Typical Multiple User (shared database) Upgrade
• Download and install BundyPlus™ v3 as per instructions.
• Copy your MWSClock.INI file from your existing BundyPlus™ V2 directory into
your new BundyPlusV3 directory.
• Start BundyPlus™ V3 and open network database.
• BundyPlus™ will warn you are about to open a BundyPlus™ V2 database.
Click "YES" to open. Note: A backup of your existing database will be created
automatically (YYYYMMDD_backup_BundyPlus).
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Application Windows
The home screen is where BundyPlus™ starts after you have opened a database. All
day to day and maintenance activities done from this window.
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Command Centre Window
Application menu bar
Contains quick key commands to file, command centre and maintenance centre
functions.
Payrun Centre
This area contains the function you typically use to process your payrun.
Maintenance Centre
This area contains the functions you need to maintain BundyPlus™.
Talk to Bundy Clocks
This icon will launch ClockComms enabling you to communicate with network
attached time clocks.
Process Payrun
This section displays employee time sheets in a tabulated form. Employee's
times worked are assigned here to selected time types and allowances ready
for export to your payrun.
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Reports
In this section reports can be created help you manage your business. Reports
can be printed and exported into popular formats.
Employee Cards
This section is used to create, edit and delete employee cards.
Time Types
This section is used to create, edit and delete time types.
Allowances
This section is used to create, edit and delete allowances.
Sirens and Access Control
This section is used to create, edit and delete relay event times controlling
sirens or security doors.
Admin User Rights
This section is used to create, edit and delete administration users login details
and access rights.
Application Settings
This section is used to modify system settings and preferences.
Check for Updates
This section is used to check for subscription and application updates.
Remote Assistance
This icon is used to launch Team Viewer remote assistance tool.
Job Costing
This section is used to create, edit and delete job costing details.
Current Company File
This shows current path and name of Company File opened.
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Payrun Centre
The Payrun Centre is the main window where you perform every day payrun
activities.
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Talk to Bundy Clocks
This icon will launch ClockComms where employee clocking records can be download
and other functions. See ClockComms manual for further assiance.
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Process Payrun
Process Payrun is where employees time sheets are reviewed, authorised (Posted)
and exported to payroll.
Spread sheets for each employee can be generated and viewed with consolidated
totals page.
Note: Only authorised (Posted) data will be shown on spread sheets.
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Process Time Cards (Select Pay Run)
Process
Click here to proceed on to process time cards based on the custom filters
criteria.
Create Spread Sheet
Click here to create a spread sheet based on the custom filters criteria
selected.
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Note: Only authorised (Posted) data will be displayed.
Export to payroll
Click here to export to selected payroll interface based on the custom filters
criteria selected.
Label shown will reflect the current Payroll Settings group setting.
Note: Only authorised (Posted) data will be displayed.
End of pay week
Shows the end date of the selected pay run.
Quick select
Selecting this option will automatically select the next last day of the pay week
as set in the Payroll Settings group setting. You can click on the End of pay week
combo box and select whichever date applies.
Select specific payrun
Selecting this option will enable to to select a specific pay period.
Select pay week
From here you can select recent pay run dates.
Date picker
Click here to select the date you require. Note: BundyPlus™ will automatically
round the date selected to the end of that payrun.
Supervisor
Selects which supervisor groups are to be displayed on the process time cards
window.
Pay run name
This selection will choose what payrun is used from the list available.
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Process Time Cards (Details)
Previous Employee
Click here to move to the previous employee time sheet. If the payrun is on a
fortnightly cycle, this button will dongle between previous employee and
employee's previous time sheet week.
Next Employee
Click here to move to the next employee time sheet. If the payrun is on a
fortnightly cycle, this button will dongle between next employee and
employee's next time sheet week.
Select Employee
Click to to select any employee from Select Pay Run criteria.
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Days
Displays the current dates under review.
Authorize (Post)
Click here to authorize (Post) hours assigned to time types and units assigned
to allowances. This saves the entered data so it can be retrieved and
redisplayed later. If the current payrun uses a weekly pay cycle then Posting
will automatically advance to the employee. If the current payrun uses a
fortnightly pay cycle then Posting will automatically advance to the employee's
next week. Subsequent Posting will advance to the next employee.
Create Spread Sheet
Click here to create a spread sheet based on the custom filters criteria
selected.
Note: Only authorised (Posted) data will be displayed.
Export to Payroll
Click here to export to selected payroll interface based on the custom filters
criteria selected.
Label shown will reflect the current Payroll Settings group setting.
Note: Only authorised (Posted) data will be displayed.
Print Preview
Click here to create a print preview of the current time sheet.
Name
Displays the name of the currently selected employee.
Card#
Displays the current Employee card number. This is the actual number on the
barcode, magnetic stripe or proximity card used for clocking in and clocking out.
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Payroll#
Displays the current Employee payroll number. This MUST be the payroll number
as used when exported into your Payroll system.
Employee Notes
Click here to review or edit the notes for the current employee.
Review Clockings
Click here to get a detailed view, edit, add or delete any the selected
employee's clocking records over any of the selected date range.
Estimated Pay Cost
Displays the approximate pay cost for the current employee.
Note: Dollar values shown are an approximation only and must not be used as a
Clock In
Displays the employee's first clocking of the day.
Clock Out
Displays the employee's last clocking of the day.
Pay Start Time
Displays when the pay time is going to start. Start times can be changed by
simply selecting the cell required and typing a new value.
Pay End Time
Displays when the pay time is going to end. End times can be changed by simply
selecting the cell required and typing a new value.
Breaks
Displays the amount of time to be deducted for breaks.
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Total Hours
Displays the total time in hours between Pay Start Time and Pay End Time (less
Break period).
Unassigned Hours
Displays the remaining period of time that has not been assigned to any of the
available time types for that day.
Time types
List of available time types. Period of time can be entered in time format
(01:30) or decimal format (1.5).
Allowances
List of the available allowances. You can only assign whole numbers to
allowances, 1 or 2 x lunch or dinner break etc. If necessary you can create
other allowances with ½ values etc if required.
Totals
This column displays the total sum of Hours Worked, Unassigned Hours, hours
assigned to each time type, units assigned to each allowance for the week
shown.
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Processing Time Cards
The processing screen is where employees time sheets are reviewed, authorised
(Posted) and exported to payroll. Employee's clocking are grouped into day columns,
times tallied, and automatically assigned as per the employees profile. The balance of
the Total Hours less hours assigned is placed in the Unassigned Hours cell.
Employees are human and unfortunately mistakes can be made. BundyPlus™ will
do its best to notify where problems are detected. See Reports for detailed clocking
reports. Below is a typical employee time sheet with common issue scenarios.
Important to Note:
Time Type periods of time can be entered in either time format (1:30 [hh:mm])
format (i.e 1.5 [h.m]). Change the "Show times as decimal" setting to suite your
Miss interpreting this format is a common mistake made!
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Processing Examples
Reviewing and authorizing of employee time sheets is an important task. Employees
are human and unfortunately mistakes can be made. Below is samples of how
BundyPlus™ processing of time sheets can be performed for small, medium, and large
company structures.
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Small Business (1-10 Employees)
Listed below is suggested steps to efficiently process a small business payrun.
Retrieve Employee Clockings
Before the time sheets can be processed the employee clockings needs to be
downloaded from the time clocks. With typical setups this can is done from the
home screen by selecting the "Talk to Bundy Clocks" icon. This will launch
ClockComms which acts as a gateway between your time clocks and
BundyPlus™. Double click the "Download Clockings" command and once
completed exit ClockComms.
Retrieving clocking can be done as frequently as you like but in this model we
suggest once a week is fine.
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Process Payrun
Now that staff clockings are loaded into BundyPlus™, you can now review and
authorize. Select the "Process Payrun" icon from the home screen. Select your
payrun criteria including payrun name and end of pay week.
Review
Now your payrun criteria is defined its time to review the available employees.
Employees are human and unfortunately mistakes can be made. BundyPlus™
will do its best to notify where problems are detected but it is up to the user
to make the final decision. Review each days clockings, check with staff if you
have any queries about missing or odd looking clockings.
Allocate
Allocate times to available time types and unit to allowances where
BundyPlus™ has struggled to work out what action was required.
Authorize (Post)
Once your happy with the employee's time sheet click the "Authorize (Post)"
icon. This will save the time sheet information ready to be exported to your
payroll.
Next Employee
Move on to the next employee and repeat steps 3 to 5 until all employees are
completed.
Export
OK so you've finished reviewing, allocating, and authorizing employee's time
sheets. It now as simple as clicking the "Export to ..." icon to generate a
export file compatible with your third party payroll system.
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Medium Business (10-100 Employees)
Listed below is suggested steps to efficiently process a large business payrun.
Retrieve Employee Clockings
Before the time sheets can be processed the employee clockings needs to be
downloaded from the time clocks. With typical setups this can is done from the
home screen by selecting the "Talk to Bundy Clocks" icon. This will launch
ClockComms which acts as a gateway between your time clocks and
BundyPlus™. Double click the "Download Clockings" command and once
completed exit ClockComms.
Retrieving clocks can be done as frequently as you like but in this model we
suggest once every few days.
Review Clockings Report
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With the number of staff reaching 100+, it's difficult for one person to
remember what has occured for the entire week. For this reason we
recommend reviewing of employee clockings every few days. This can be done
via employee clocking reports or via processing screen.
Process Payrun
Now that staff clockings are loaded into BundyPlus™ and most (if not all)
issues have been resolved during the week, you can now review and
authorize. Select the "Process Payrun" icon from the home screen. Select your
payrun criteria including payrun name and end of pay week.
Review
Now your payrun criteria is defined its time to review the available employees.
Employees are human and unfortunately mistakes can be made. BundyPlus™
will do its best to notify where problems are detected but it is up to the user
to make the final decision. Review each days clockings, check with staff if you
have any queries about missing or odd looking clockings.
Allocate
Allocate times to available time types and unit to allowances where
BundyPlus™ has struggled to work out what action was required.
Authorize (Post)
Once your happy with the employee's time sheet click the "Authorize (Post)"
icon. This will save the time sheet information ready to be exported to your
payroll.
Next Employee
Move on to the next employee and repeat steps 3 to 5 until all employees are
completed.
Export
OK so you've finished reviewing, allocating, and authorizing employee's time
sheets. It now as simple as clicking the "Export to ..." icon to generate a
export file compatible with your third party payroll system.
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Large Business (100 - 1000+ Employees)
BundyPlus™ Time & Attendance Suite allows tasks to broken out to separated
computers and/or separate User Logins. Listed below is suggested task
responsibilities and steps to efficiently process a large business payrun.
Retrieve Employee Clockings
Before the time sheets can be processed employee clockings need to be
downloaded from the time clocks. For a payroll of this size we recommend
ClockComms run on a central server. This will automate the retrieval of
clockings by using repeat mode, set and forget!
Retrieving clocks can be done as frequently as you like but in this model we
suggest anywhere from minutes to hours apart.
Review Clockings Report
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With the number of staff exceeding 100+, it's unreasonable for one person to
remember what has occured for the entire week. For this reason we
recommend employees to be grouped by supervisors and each supervisors task
is to review their group. User's rights can be configured independently if you
don't want to allow access to sensitive payroll information.
Process Payrun
Now that staff clockings are loaded into BundyPlus™ and most (if not all)
issues have been resolved during the week, you can now review and
authorize. This task would normally assigned to the payroll officer. We
recommend this task is run every few days to prevent a backlog of work.
Select the "Process Payrun" icon from the home screen. Select your payrun
criteria including payrun name and end of pay week.
Review
Now your payrun criteria is defined its time to review the available employees.
Employees are human and unfortunately mistakes can be made. BundyPlus™
will do its best to notify where problems are detected but it is up to the user
to make the final decision. Review each days clockings, check with staff if you
have any queries about missing or odd looking clockings.
Allocate
Allocate times to available time types and unit to allowances where
BundyPlus™ has struggled to work out what action was required.
Authorize (Post)
Once your happy with the employee's time sheet click the "Authorize (Post)"
icon. This will save the time sheet information ready to be exported to your
payroll.
Next Employee
Move on to the next employee and repeat steps 3 to 5 until all employees are
completed.
Export
OK so you've finished reviewing, allocating, and authorizing employee's time
sheets. It now as simple as clicking the "Export to ..." icon to generate a
export file compatible with your third party payroll system.
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Time Sheet Examples
Below is a typical employee time sheet with common issue scenarios.
Standard Day
This example shows the employee has clocked IN and OUT correctly within a
reasonable tolerance. Total Hours calculated and as the employee has met the
minimum Standard daily work hours profile, Ordinary Time is automatically
assigned. The balance of the days time is in the Unassigned Hours.
It's up to the user to leave 3min in Unassigned Hours or assign it to a time
type.
Missing Clocking
This example shows a missing clocking scenario. The employee has clocked IN
but forgotten to clock OUT. Total Hours can not be determined and hence type
times can not be assigned.
How to resolve this scenario
• Double click in the Clock-Out cell for that day and manually add a
new clocking. Once entered BundyPlus™ will tally the hours and
assign time types as normal.
• Select the Pay End Time for that cell and manually add the end
time. Once entered BundyPlus™ will tally the hours ready for
assignment to time types as normal.
• Select Ordinary Time cell for that day and manually add the period
of time you want to assign to that day.
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Worked more than profile
This example shows the employee has clocked IN early and OUT correctly. Total
Hours are calculated and as the employee has met the minimum Standard
daily work hours profile, Ordinary Time is automatically assigned. The balance
of the days time is in the Unassigned Hours.
On this occasion employee may have been directed to start work early or
simply turned up early but did not commence work until later. It's up to the
user assign the remaining time to a time type or leave it in Unassigned Hours.
How to resolve this scenario
• Double click in the Clock-In cell for that day and manually correct
the clock IN time. Once entered BundyPlus™ will tally the hours
and assign time types as normal.
• Select the Pay Start Time for that cell and manually type over with
the time required. Once entered BundyPlus™ will tally the hours
ready for assignment to time types as normal.
• Select a time type cell for that day and manually enter the period
of time you want to assign to that day.
Worked less than profile
This example shows the employee has clocked IN correctly but clocked OUT
early. Total Hours are calculated and as the employee has not met the
minimum Standard daily work hours profile, all time is left in Unassigned
Hours.
On this occasion employee may have left early or taken time in lieu from the
previous day. It's up to the user assign the appropriate time to a time type.
How to resolve this scenario
• Double click in the Clock-Out cell for that day and manually correct
the clocking time. Once entered BundyPlus™ will tally the hours
and assign time types as normal.
• Select the Pay End Time for that cell and manually type over with
the time required. Once entered BundyPlus™ will tally the hours
ready for assignment to time types as normal.
• Select a time type cell for that day and manually enter the period
of time you want to assign to that day.
No profile
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This example shows the employee has clocked IN and OUT on a day that has
no minimum Standard daily work hours profile. In this scenario, ALL Total
Hours gets assigned to the employee's default time type.
How to resolve this scenario
• Create a minimum Standard daily work hours profile for that
employee.
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Reports
This section generates various reports using filter selection options.
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Reports & Filters
Supervisor
Selects which supervisor groups are to be displayed on the selected report.
Report type
Selects the type of report to be run.
Employee picker
Click here to select which employees are to be displayed on the selected
report.
Employee selection
Displays the selected employees.
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Start date picker
Click here to choose the reports start date. This is used in conjunction with the
report end date filter.
Start date selection
Displays the start date of the report.
End date picker
Click here to choose the reports end date. This is used in conjunction with the
report start date filter.
End date selection
Displays the end date of the report.
Run Report
Click here to run the selected report type based on selected date, employee,
supervisor parameters.
Review Clockings
Click here to review any of the selected employee clocking records over any of
the selected date range. See Clockings Window.
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Report Window
Run Report
Click here to run the report again.
Review Clockings
Click here to review any of the selected employee clocking records over any of
the selected date range.
Print
Click here to either print preview, print, and page customisation.
Export
Click here to export the selected report to either XLS, PDF, CVS, or HTML file
formats.
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Details
Shows the details of the report based on previously selected filter criteria.
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Employee Clockings window
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Back
Click here to return to previous screen.
New
Click her to create a new clocking record for the selected Employee and date.
Edit
Click here to edit selected item.
Delete
Click here to delete selected item.
Employee
Click her to select an employee from available list. Once selected results area
will display clockings found for the selected date.
Date
Click here to select a date from the available list. Once selected results area
will display clockings found for the selected date.
Help
Click here for help on this topic.
Result Window
Displays a summary list of the clockings found for the selected employee and
date.
Clocking Time
Time of clocking
Direction
Displays the direction(type) associated to the clocking (if enabled).
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Department
Displays the department associated to the clocking (if enabled).
Job Activity
Displays the job activity associated to the clocking (if enabled).
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Clocking Record window
Back
Click here to go back to previous screen.
Time
This field displays the clocking time. Enter time in 24hr HH:MM format.
Time the following day
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Tick this box if the time shown is part of the next day. Example: An employee
shift starts at 9:00PM and finishes 3:00AM the next day. The 3AM clocking can
have this checkbox ticked so both clockings care accessed as the one day,
not over two days. Note: This setting is only displayed if "Allow clocking over
midnight" is checking in application settings.
Date
Displays the date of the clocking.
Date Selector
Click here to open a date picker to change required value.
Help
Displays help on the subject.
Action
Click here to selected for the available clocking action types (If enabled).
Department
Click here to select from the available departments (If enabled).
Job Activity
Click here to select from the available job activities (If enabled).
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Date Selection window
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Back
Click here to go to previous screen
Select
Click here to commit selected date.
Quick Select
List previously selected dates. Click to select again.
Month
Click here for a list of months to select.
Year
Click here for a list of years to select.
Help
Click here is display help on this subject.
Today
This marker highlights todays date.
Selected Date
Displays the selected date.
Selected Date
This marker highlights the currently selected date.
Previous Month
Click here to move to the previous month.
Next Month
Click here to move to the next month.
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Report Types
BundyPlus™ creates reports to assist you in managing staff, job costing, and payrun
needs. New reports and filters are being developed so ensure you regularly check for
updates.
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Employee Clockings - Summary Report
Creates a clocking summary based on previously selected filter criteria. Below is a
sample report where columns shown are self explanatory.
Problem detected
This report example shows where BundyPlus™ has detected a problem. Most
probable cause here is that particular employee forgot to clock out. This
assumption is based on the only clocking found on that day was at 09:05 AM.
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Employee Clockings - Detail Report
Creates a more detailed clocking report based on previously selected filter criteria.
Below is a sample report where columns shown are self explanatory.
Problem detected
This report example shows where BundyPlus™ has detected a problem. Most
probable cause here is that particular employee forgot to clock out. This
assumption is based on the only clocking found on that day was at 09:05 AM.
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Employee Clockings - Detail Report (including Job Costing)
Creates a detailed clocking report including job costing information based on
previously selected filter criteria. Below is a sample report where columns shown are
self explanatory.
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Job Costing Report - Summary
Creates a job costing clocking summary report based on previously selected filter
criteria. Below is a sample report where columns shown are self explanatory.
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Job Costing Report - Detailed
Creates a detailed job costing report based on previously selected filter criteria. Below
is a sample report where columns shown are self explanatory.
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Job Costing - Labels
Creates a HTML page with all enabled departments and job activities based on
previously selected filter criteria. Once created BundyPlus™ will automatically open
the file in your default internet browser. From there you can print if required. Below is
a sample report where columns shown are self explanatory.
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Employee Wages Expense Report - Summary
Creates a wages expense summary report based on previously selected filter criteria.
Below is a sample report where columns shown are self explanatory.
Note:
• Only Authorized (Posted) time sheets will appear on this report.
• Dollar values shown are an approximation only and must not be used as actual
value paid to employees.
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Maintenance Centre
This is the area where system maintenance occurs. Example: adding new employees,
changing siren times, added new job costing information etc.
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Employee Cards
Employee cards contain the profiles for each employee including card ID, name, pay
run, default time type and more.
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Employee Search
Search by
Use this option to search by specific fields.
Search text
Enter specific text to search on.
Sort by
Selects the order items are displayed in details table.
Details
Lists the available items according to search criteria.
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New
Click here to create a new item.
Edit
Click here to edit the selected item.
Delete
Click here to delete the selected item.
Export
Click here to export the listed items to a spread sheet.
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Edit Employee
Employee card number
Employee card number must be between 2 and 9 numeric digits only. This is the
actual number on the barcode, magnetic stripe or proximity card used for clocking in
and clocking out.
Employee payroll number
This MUST be the payroll number as used when exported into your Payroll
system. This payroll number can be different to the card number but is the
same by default.
Employee Name
The Employee name is displayed on the LCD on the time clock each time the
employee clocks on or off. If you are using the biometric time clock and do not want
this employee to verify their fingerprint place an “*” asterisks as the first character
in the employee name. This instructs the biometric clock not to prompt the employee
for their fingerprint verification. This is useful for managers etc who do not need the
fingerprint verification.
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Supervisor
This field groups each employee to a supervisor. We would suggest using the
supervisors initials; this keeps it simple and self explanatory.
Pay cycle weeks
Select either weekly or Fortnightly via the combo box. If you select weekly then
the data for the employee will be displayed in the Process Time cards screen in one
week blocks. Each time the data is posted the next employees data is displayed. If
you have selected fortnightly, then the Process Time cards screen displays week 1 of
st
2 first. You Post the 1 weeks data, BundyPlus™ will then display week 2 of 2, repeat
the Posting process and BundyPlus™ will then move on to the next employee and
repeat the process until all employees have been listed within the pay run. You can
create the Microsoft Excel spreadsheet at any time, obviously only employees with
posted data will be included.
Notes
The notes field is used to record specific information about each employee. This
information can be displayed and changed in the Process Time cards screen for each
individual employee.
Standard daily work hours
Enter the number of hours and minutes that is automatically deducted from
hours worked and unassigned hours. This is used to seed the normal hours
worked time type (usually Ordinary time) with the standard work hours for
the day in the Process Payrun screen, so you only need to assign the overtime
(if applicable) for each day. If the employee does not have a normal standard
number of hours and you want any and all hours worked (less any breaks)
automatically seeded into the hours worked time type (usually Ordinary time)
then do not enter a value into this field.
Standard daily break period
Enter the amount of time (if any) in hh:mm format for the break for that day.
Example 00:45 for 45 minutes.
Employee message
This is an optional message field for each employee that is displayed after the
employee name on the LCD of the time clock each time the employee clocks on or off.
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Standard daily time type
Select from the combo box the standard time type (normally Ordinary time)
that the employee is paid for normal or Ordinary hours.
Pay run name
This field is used to group employees together, typically used for either location
or cycle weeks. If you have a mix of employees with weekly and fortnightly pays
then it makes it easier to group the weekly and fortnightly pays separately. Perhaps
use Pay Run Number 1 for weekly pays and Pay Run Number 2 for fortnightly. Or use
Pay Run Number 1 for one location and Pay Run Number two for another location.
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Time Types
Time Types are classifications of time such as Ordinary Time, Time & Half, and double
time etc. There are default Time Types already loaded but you can add, delete or edit
entries. All the Time Types are displayed in the Process Payrun screen so go through the
available list and delete any time types that you do not use, this will keep the Process
Payrun screen uncluttered. You can also use the Display time type flag to configure
which time types are displayed and which ones are not.
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Time Type Search
Search by
Use this option to search by specific fields.
Search Text
Enter specific text to search on.
Sort by
Selects the order items are displayed in details table.
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Details
Lists the available items according to search criteria.
New
Click here to create a new item.
Edit
Click here is edit the selected item.
Delete
Click here to delete the selected item.
Export
Click here to export listed items to a spread sheet.
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Edit Time Types
Name
This is the actual text name of the time type and is displayed in the Process Payrun screen.
Export Text
This text is used when exporting job costing information to spread sheets for use with third
part software.
Value per unit
Used to estimate the pay cost in the Process Payrun screen.
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Display order
Is a number starting at 1 that controls the order that items are displayed on the Process Payrun
screen. The lowest number is displayed first, the highest number is displayed last.
Previous value per unit
This is the previous value per unit, again used in case you change the value per unit.
Effective date
This is the date that the changed value per unit applies from. This is needed in case you
change the value per unit.
Change Date
This button changes the effective date.
Enabled check
Tick here if you want the time type to be displayed in the Process Payrun screen. This is
used to un-clutter the Process Payrun screen from no longer used time types.
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Allowances
Allowances are classifications of extra moneys paid to employees. There are default
allowances already loaded but you can add or delete entries. All the allowances are
displayed in the Process Payrun screen so go through the available list and delete any
allowances that you do not use; this will keep the Process Payrun screen uncluttered.
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Allowance Search
Search By
Use this option to search by specific fields.
Search text
Enter specific text to search on.
Sort by
Selects the order items are displayed in details table.
Details
Lists the available items according to search criteria.
New
Click here to create a new item.
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Edit
Click here to edit the selected item.
Delete
Click here to delete the selected item.
Export
Click here to export the listed items to a spread sheet.
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Edit Allowances
Name
This is the actual text name of the allowance that is displayed in the Process Payrun screen.
Export text
This text is used in the export format for your payroll system. Typically, this field would have
the same code as your payroll software. Invalid codes may be rejected by your payroll software
when they are imported.
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Value per unit
Used to estimate the pay cost for each employee.
Change date
This button changes the effective date.
Date effective
This is the date that the changed value per unit applies from. This is needed in case you
change the value per unit.
Previous value per unit
This is the previous value per unit, again used in case you change the value per unit.
Display order
Is a number starting at 1 that controls the order that allowances are displayed the Process
Parrun screen. The lowest number allowance is displayed first, the highest number is displayed last.
Enabled
If you want the allowance to be displayed in the Process Payrun screen then tick this box.
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Sirens and Access Control
Siren and Access Control events are times that have been assigned for sirens / hooters
to be sounded via a controlling relay in a time clock. Once these times have been setup
then they need to be sent to the time clock(s) via the set relay events command.
BundyPlus™ allows you to have up to 100 different relay events.
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Relay Events Search
Search by
Use this option to search by specific fields.
Search text
Enter specific text to search on.
Sort by
Selects the order items are displayed in details table.
Details
Lists the available items according to search criteria.
New
Click here to create a new event.
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Edit
Click here to edit the selected event.
Delete
Click here to delete the selected event.
Export
Click here to create a spread sheet of listed events.
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Relay Event Edit
Clock number
This is the clock number that the relay event applies too. Clock numbers start from
0001.0001, then 0001.0002 etc. ****.**** is a global clock number, all clocks installed in
ClockComms will be sent the command.
Relay event time
Enter the time you wish the relay to activate.
Day event indicators
Tick the appropriate day that the relay event applies too. If the event only allows to Monday
through the Friday then ensure you do not have the Sunday and Saturday ticked.
Relay duration
This is the relay duration in seconds, and ranges from 1 to 9 seconds (inclusive).
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Job Costing
Job Costing is used to track time spent in either a department or activity. Unlimited
departments and activates can be created including barcodes.
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Job Costing search
Search by
Use this option to search by specific fields.
Search text
Enter specific text to search on.
Sort by
Selects the order items are displayed in details table.
Details
Lists the available items according to search criteria.
New
Click here to create a new item.
Edit
Click here to edit the selected item.
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Delete
Click here to delete the selected item.
Export
Click here to export the listed items to a spread sheet.
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Edit Job Costing
Type
Used to select the job type if you have selected to use both departments and
job activities.
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Number
This is used for the department or activity number. This number must be
unique and will be the information encoded on the barcode.
Export text
This text area is used to interface on exported reports for use in third party
software.
Name
This is the name associated with the job.
Display order
Is a number starting at 1 that controls the order that items are displayed. The lowest number
is displayed first, the highest number is displayed last.
Enabled check
Tick here if you want the item to be displayed on reports and drop lists. This is used to
help keep BundyPlus™ clean from unwanted items not currently used.
Barcode
This section shows a preview the job barcode if barcodes are enabled. Right
mouse clicking over the barcode to generate an image or HTLM file.
Notes
The notes field is used to record specific information about each specific item. This
information can be displayed and changed at any time.
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Admin User Rights
Users rights are used to setup secure logins to the BundyPlus™ software. Access
rights can be allocated on a screen by screen basis.
NOTE: Ensure that you enter an administrator user name and password with rights to
all operations of the BundyPlus system.
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Admin User Rights Search
Search by
Use this option to search by specific fields.
Search text
Enter specific text to search on.
Sort by
Selects the order items are displayed in details table.
Details
Lists the available items according to search criteria.
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New
Click here to create a new item.
Edit
Click here to edit the selected item.
Delete
Click here to delete the selected item.
Export
Click here to export the listed items to a spread sheet.
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Edit Admin User Rights
User login
Used to identify the user login in.
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Password
Used as the users password
Confirm password
Confirms the user password matches the password
Password reminder
Used at login to remind the user of their password selected. Example: "Your
first car" may remind the user their password is "Datsun"
List of screens
List all screens used within BundyPlus™. Rights can be defined on a screen by
screen basis.
Available function list
List all functions available for the selected screen. Rights can be defined on the
selected .
Selected User rights
Used to make the users rights the same as another user
Rights same as
Used to make the users rights the same as another user.
Supervisor
Used to limit information shown to any supervisor group.
Disallow all functions
Quick button the disallow all rights to all screens.
All all functions
Quick button the allow all rights to all screens.
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Application Settings
This section allows you to configure BundyPlus™ to suit your needs.
Example: Time is displayed in 12 or 24hr format, third party payroll format and many
more.
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Time Clock Settings
I use Multiple Clockings
When Multiple clockings is turned off (default) the first clocking for the day is
assigned as the clock IN and the last clocking for the day is assigned as the
clock OUT. All clockings in between these two (if any) are totally ignored. In
this mode you can set the lunch break for each employee in the employee
maintenance screens. When multiple clockings is turned on (tick this box),
all clockings are grouped together in pairs. Any time between pairs is not
accounted for, this way employee’s can clock on and off for lunch breaks etc. In
this mode you should not assign any breaks for the employee in the employee
maintenance screens.
Note: If using job costing then this item should be unchecked.
Allow clocking over midnight check
If you run night shifts where employees work hours run over midnight then this
should tick this function on. Once turned on you need to enter the “hours over
midnight”, this is defaulted to 8 hours.
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Example: You have an employee who clocks IN at 22:00 on a Monday night
and clocks OUT at 07:00am on the Tuesday morning. The clock out at 07:00am
will be moved back with an extended time of 31:00. BundyPlus™ adds 24:00 to
the clock OUT time so it can be calculated as the clock OUT for the same day.
Clock in at 22:00 Monday and a clock out at 31:00 on Monday.
Over midnight hours
If over midnight is checked then this setting determines when the next day
starts.
ClockComms mode
ClockComms is the application that communicates to your time clocks.
BundyPlus™ interfaces into ClockComms via file transfers or database
messaging.
This setting determines if you want to display the "Talk to Bundy Clock" icon
and launch ClockComms locally from your PC (manual mode) or hide the "Talk
to Bundy Clock" icon and run ClockComms on a remote PC (automatic mode).
Automatic mode is when ClockComms is running on a PC server some where
on your network in repeat mode. Clocking are automatically downloaded ready
for import into BundyPlus™.
For additional information see ClockComms manual.
Third part Interface
This is used to interface to other third party clocking systems.
ClockComms Import/Export path
This is used to set the path where BundyPlus™ imports and exports files. As
default the BundyPlus™ application path is used.
Browse
This is used to select the import/export path.
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Payroll Settings group
Payroll Interface
Selects the third party payroll interface you require BundyPlus™ to produce.
Last day of fortnightly pay run
When using fortnightly pay runs, this date sets the initial last day of the
fortnightly pay runs. Subsequent end of pay runs are 2 week multiples of this
reference date.
Date Picker
Selects the end date for fortnightly pay runs.
Last day of weekly pay run
When using weekly pay runs, this selection sets the last day of weekly pay
runs.
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Reports and Forms
Show times as decimal
This setting defines how time periods are displayed by default in the Processing
screen. Example: If ticked, a period of 2 1/2 hours will be displayed as 2.5. If
not ticked then same 2 1/2 period will be displayed as 2:30.
Show reports in 24hr format
This setting defines if real times are displayed as 5:00PM or 17:00.
Save windows sizes
If ticked all windows sizes will be saved so when you restart BundyPlus™ your
window sizes will be restored to where you left them.
Show reports time periods as
This setting defines how time periods are displayed.
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Show job costing description as
This setting defines how job costing details are displayed in reports and
selections.
Barcode format
This setting defines the barcode symbology BundyPlus™ creates for job
costing.
Display approximate pay cost
This setting defines if approximate pay cost is displayed on the Processing
screen.
Note: Dollar values shown are an approximation only and must not be used as actual value p
Use time type names
This setting defines if approximate pay cost is displayed on the Processing
screen. Note: the value shown is an approximation only and should not be
used as actual value paid to employees.
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Database Settings
Backup Database on Exit
If ticked questions Users if they would like to backup the current Company File
database on exit. If not ticked the user will not be reminded to backup and
runs the risk of loosing valuable data since last backup.
Warning: BundyPlus™ can not guarantee corrupted data can be repaired.
You can never backup enough! Your computer hard drive may fail at any time and ma
as 12 months reliably!
Backup to multible sources!
Use ODBC
If ticked enables connection to your Company file via an ODBC connection.
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Data Source Name
Used when BundyPlus™ connects to a company file via an ODBC connection.
The Data Source Name must match ODBC profile defined in your ODBC Data
Source Administration setup.
User ID
Used when BundyPlus™ connects to a company file via an ODBC connection.
The User ID must match ODBC profile defined in your ODBC Data Source
Administration setup.
Password
Used when BundyPlus™ connects to a company file via an ODBC connection.
The Password must match ODBC profile defined in your ODBC Data Source
Administration setup.
Test ODBC
This button is used to test the BundyPlus™ ODBC Profile setting connects
correctly to the ODBC Data Source Administration profile defined.
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System Settings
Log activity to Trace File check
This is used to log all BundyPlus™ application activities. This setting should be
disabled as it slows the application operation down significantly.
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Job Costing Settings
I use Job Costing check
This setting is used to enable and disable job costing functions globally.
I use Departments check
This setting enables the use of departments within job costing (if enabled).
I use Job Activities check
This setting enables the use of job activities within job costing (if enabled).
I use IN/OUT direction check
This setting determines if employee clocking records include direction
properties. If ticked reports will include the employee's IN/OUT direction.
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Warn if already posted check
This setting determines if a "Already Posted" warning is shown on Job Costing
reports. In this case any changes made to those clocking records will not
effect previously posted payroll data.
I allow alphanumeric Department and Job Activity numbers check
This setting determines if alphanumeric (letters and numbers) can be used in
the job costing number.
Validate Job Costing clockings check
This setting determines if additional checking of job costing employee records
is performed and included on reports. When ticked, the last clocking of the day
is checked to ensure it does not include job costing information.
I use automatic adding of new Job Costing information check
This setting determines if new department/job actives are automatically added
to BundyPlus™ database. If ticked, employee clockings are scanned for new
job costing information and added automatically if found.
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License Settings
Company Name
This field is used to record your company name.
Application Version
This field displays the current BundyPlus™ version running on your computer.
License Key
This field displays the license key used to register BundyPlus™.
Subscription Status
This field shows the current status of your support subscription.
Subscription valid till
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This field shows when your support subscription is valid till. On exit
BundyPlus™ will warn on pending expiry of the support subscription.
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Support Subscription
This section shows the status of your Support Subscription and warns as it is about to
expire.
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Support Subscription
Check for Updates
Click here to detect and download any BundyPlus™ application updates and
Support Subscription renewals.
Remote Assistance
Click here to launch Team Viewer remote assistance. Team Viewer allows our
support team to remotely connect to your computer and take control of your
keyboard and mouse! You get to see what we are doing and it has proven to be
a priceless support tool.
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Tips & How To
This section contains our answers on frequently asked questions and our tips on using
BundyPlus™.
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Coming soon...
Video Tutorials
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Ordering & License
You can instantly order the fully licensed version of BundyPlus™ at any time over
the Internet with any major credit card, bank / wire transfer, PayPal, check or cash.
Once payment is confirmed you will be issued a product key enabling BundyPlus™ as
a fully licensed version. Please enter your product key via the registration dialog.
Note: When you purchase BundyPlus™ software it includes a 3 user license. Additional
licenses can be purchase separately.
Visit http://www.bundyplus.com.au for pricing information.
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License agreement
Use of BundyPlus™ is subject to acceptance of the following:
You must review and agree to the terms of Midnight Technologies Pty Ltd End User License Agreement
below. Please read the terms of this "End User License Agreement" (the Agreement") carefully. The
Agreement is a legal agreement between you (either an individual or a single entity) and Midnight
Technologies Pty Ltd for the BundyPlus software and/or firmware accompanying this End User License
Agreement, and any associated media, printed materials and any "online" or electronic documentation
(collectively, "Software"). By installing or using the Software, you agree to be bound by the terms of
this Agreement. If you do not agree to the terms of this Agreement, you may not install or use the
Software.
Grant of License
The Software is protected by copyright and other intellectual property laws and international treaties.
The Software is licensed to you, and not sold, subject to the terms of this Agreement. Subject to the
terms of this Agreement, Midnight Technologies Pty Ltd hereby grants you a limited, personal, non
exclusive license during the term of this Agreement to use the Software solely and exclusively for your
internal use for the operation of your associated Midnight Technologies Pty Ltd time clock(s) and for
no other purpose. To the extent that any portion of the Software is provided to you in a manner that
is designed to be installed by you, you may install one copy of the installable Software on one hard
disk or other storage device for one printer, computer, workstation, terminal, or other digital electronic
device, as applicable (an "Electronic Device"), and you may access and use that Software as installed
on that Electronic Device so long as only one copy of such Software is in operation. If you are an
organization rather than an individual, you may authorise personnel associated with your business to
use the Software, but only one person at a time on one Electronic Device at a time. You agree not to
duplicate or copy the Software, except that you may make one back-up copy for archive purposes. The
primary user of the Electronic Device on which installable Software is installed may also make a copy
for his or her exclusive use on a portable computer, so long as such Software is being used only on one
Electronic Device at a time.
Storage/Network Use
In the alternative, you may install a copy of the Software on a storage device, such as a network
server, used only to access and use the Software on your Electronic Devices over an internal network;
however, you must acquire and dedicate a license for each separate Electronic Device on which the
Software is accessed and used from the storage device. A license for the Software may not be shared
or used concurrently on different Electronic Devices.
Documentation
If the Software contains documentation which is provided only in electronic form, you may print
one copy of such electronic documentation. You may not copy the printed materials accompanying
the Software. The documents published on Midnight Technologies Pty Ltd and BundyPlus web site
could include technical inaccuracies or typographical errors. The information presented on Midnight
Technologies Pty Ltd and BundyPlus web site is changed periodically to may make improvements and/
or changes in the product(s), programs(s), and/or documentation described at any time, without
notice.
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Limitations of Reverse Engineering, Decompilation and Disassembly
You may not reverse engineer, decompile, or disassemble the Software, except and only to the extent
that such activity is permitted by applicable law notwithstanding this limitation.
Transfer/Sublicense
You may not transfer, sublicense, distribute, rent, lease, supply, market or lend the Software to any
other party.
Confidentiality
You acknowledge that the Software embodies confidential information owned by Midnight Technologies
Pty Ltd and/or its suppliers and licensors. To the extent you have access to any such information, you
agree to use such information only for the authorized use of the Software. You further agree not to
disclose such confidential information to any other party and to use at least the same degree of care to
maintain the confidential nature of such information as you use to maintain the confidentiality of your
own confidential information.
Intellectual Property
All title, copyrights and other intellectual property rights in and to the Software (including but not
limited to copyrights, patents, trade secrets and trademarks) are owned by Midnight Technologies Pty
Ltd or its suppliers and licensors. You must maintain all copyright notices on all copies of the Software.
All rights not expressly granted are reserved by Midnight Technologies Pty Ltd. Without prejudice to
any rights or remedies Midnight Technologies Pty Ltd may have for your violation of this Software
License, Midnight Technologies Pty Ltd shall own all changes or modifications to the Software.
Termination
Without prejudice to any other rights or remedies Midnight Technologies Pty Ltd may have, Midnight
Technologies Pty Ltd may terminate this Agreement if you fail to comply with the terms and conditions
of this Agreement. Midnight Technologies Pty Ltd may terminate this Agreement by offering you a
superseding Agreement for the Software or any replacement or modified version of or upgrade to
the Software and conditioning your continued use of the Software or such replacement, modified or
upgraded version on your acceptance of such superseding Agreement. In addition, either party may
terminate this Agreement at any time. Subject to the foregoing, termination shall be effective upon
notice to the other party. In the event that this Agreement terminates for any reason, your license to
use the Software will terminate, and you must immediately stop using the Software, destroy all copies
of the Software and all of its component parts, and, upon request, provide an affidavit certifying your
compliance with the foregoing.
Disclaimer
MIDNIGHT TECHNOLOGIES PTY LTD SUPPLIES THE SOFTWARE AS IS AND WITH ALL FAULTS AND
DOES NOT MAKE ANY WARRANTIES WHATSOEVER, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT
LIMITED TO WARRANTIES CONCERNING THE SOFTWARE OR ANY APPLICATION, OPERATION OR
USE THEREOF, THE OUTPUT OR THE DATA GENERATED BY THE OPERATION OR USE THEREOF, OR
ANY SUPPORT SERVICES RENDERED WITH RESPECT THERETO. MIDNIGHT TECHNOLOGIES PTY
LTD HEREBY EXCLUDES ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT AUTHORISED BY
LAW, INCLUDING, SPECIFICALLY, ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY ARISING BY STATUTE OR OTHERWISE
IN LAW OR FROM A COURSE OF DEALING OR USAGE OF TRADE, ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES
OF MERCHANTABILITY, OR OF MERCHANTABLE QUALITY, OR OF FITNESS FOR ANY PURPOSE,
PARTICULAR, SPECIFIC OR OTHERWISE, OR OF TITLE, OR OF NONINFRINGEMENT. SOME
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JURISDICTIONS DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES, SO THE
ABOVE LIMITATION OR EXCLUSION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. WHEN THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES ARE
NOT ALLOWED TO BE EXCLUDED IN THEIR ENTIRETY, THEY WILL BE LIMITED TO THE DURATION
OF NINETY (90) DAYS. WITHOUT LIMITING THE GENERALITY OF THE FOREGOING, MIDNIGHT
TECHNOLOGIES PTY LTD DOES NOT WARRANT THAT THE OPERATION OF THE SOFTWARE WILL BE
UNINTERRUPTED OR ERROR FREE. TO THE EXTENT THAT THE SOFTWARE COVERED BY THIS EULA
INCLUDES SOFTWARE LIBRARIES, SUCH EXPORT REPORTS DO NOT WORK 100% CORRECTLY OR
COVER 100% OF THE FUNCTIONALITY OF THE EXPORT FORMAT BEING EMULATED, ARE OFFERED
“AS IS” AND WITH ALL FAULTS, AND ALL THE DISCLAIMERS AND LIMITATIONS CONTAINED IN THIS
PARAGRAPH AND THIS AGREEMENT APPLY TO SUCH SOFTWARE LIBRARIES.
Limitation of Liability and Damages
MIDNIGHT TECHNOLOGIES PTY LTD DOES NOT ASSUME RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY SPECIFIC
APPLICATION OF THE SOFTWARE OR FOR COMPATIBILITY WITH OTHER SOFTWARE OR EQUIPMENT.
TO THE FULL EXTENT ALLOWED BY LAW, MIDNIGHT TECHNOLOGIES PTY LTD EXCLUDES FOR ITSELF
AND ITS LICENSORS AND SUPPLIERS ANY LIABILITY FOR ANY DAMAGES, INCLUDING WITHOUT
LIMITATION DIRECT, CONSEQUENTIAL, INCIDENTAL, INDIRECT, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY OR PUNITIVE
DAMAGES OF ANY KIND, OR FOR LOSS OF REVENUE OR PROFITS, LOSS OF BUSINESS, DAMAGE TO
GOODWILL, LOSS OF INFORMATION OR DATA, OR OTHER FINANCIAL LOSS ARISING OUT OF OR IN
CONNECTION WITH THE SALE, INSTALLATION, MAINTENANCE, USE, PERFORMANCE, FAILURE, OR
INTERRUPTION OF ANY PRODUCTS, PARTS OR SOFTWARE, WHETHER BASED ON CONTRACT, TORT,
NEGLIGENCE, STRICT LIABILITY OR OTHERWISE, EVEN IF MIDNIGHT TECHNOLOGIES PTY LTD OR
ANY LICENSOR OR SUPPLIER HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. TO
THE MAXIMUM EXTENT AUTHORISED BY LAW, THIS DISCLAIMER OF LIABILITY FOR DAMAGES WILL
NOT BE AFFECTED IF ANY REMEDY PROVIDED HEREIN SHALL FAIL OF ITS ESSENTIAL PURPOSE.
SOME JURISDICTIONS DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF DIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
CONSEQUENTIAL OR OTHER DAMAGES, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATION OR EXCLUSION MAY NOT APPLY
TO YOU. WHEN LIABILITY FOR DAMAGES IS NOT ALLOWED TO BE LIMITED OR EXCLUDED IN ITS
ENTIRETY, MIDNIGHT TECHNOLOGIES PTY LTD LIMITS ITS LIABILITY TO REPAIR, REPLACEMENT, OR,
AT MIDNIGHT TECHNOLOGIES PTY LTD'S OPTION, REFUND OF THE PRICE OF THE SOFTWARE.
Midnight Technologies Pty Ltd Suppliers and Licensors
Any release, disclaimer or limitation of Midnight Technologies Pty Ltd's liability or damages pursuant
to this Agreement shall be construed, in addition to Midnight Technologies Pty Ltd's benefit, also to
the benefit of Midnight Technologies Pty Ltd's suppliers, licensors, employees, and contractors and,
without limiting any other defenses that such suppliers, licensors, employees and contractors may
have, you agree to release such parties from liability or damages in accordance with such release,
disclaimer, or limitation of liability or damages to the same extent that such provisions apply to
Midnight Technologies Pty Ltd.
Entire Agreement
This Agreement constitutes the entire understanding and agreement of the parties and supersedes any
and all prior or contemporaneous representations, understandings and agreements between the parties
with respect to the subject matter of this Agreement. If any provision of this Agreement is held invalid,
the remainder of this Agreement shall continue in full force and effect.
Assignment
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This Agreement constitutes the entire understanding and agreement of the parties and supersedes any
and all prior or contemporaneous representations, understandings and agreements between the parties
with respect to the subject matter of this Agreement. If any provision of this Agreement is held invalid,
the remainder of this Agreement shall continue in full force and effect.
Modification
No modification of this Agreement shall be binding unless it is in writing and is signed by an authorised
representative of the party against whom enforcement of the modification is sought.
Waiver
The failure by a party to exercise any right hereunder shall not operate as a waiver of such party's right
to exercise such right or any other right in the future.
Thank you for using the original BundyPlus™.
Web: http://www.bundyplus.com.au
Email: [email protected]
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System requirements
We recommend you review your computer hardware and operating system
specifications.
Listed below are the system requirements for BundyPlus™.
Item
Recommended
Minimum Requirements
Operating System
Windows XP
Memory
Windows 7
Windows Vista
Windows XP
Pentium 4 (or equuivalent)
@ 1.5Ghz (or faster)
512MB RAM (or more)
Hard disk
10 GB free space (or more)
1GB or more
Display
1024x786 pixals
800x600 pixals
Other
Windows compatible printer and mouse, CD ROM drive, internet
connection (optional).
Some feature require an internet browser (Microsoft Internet
Explorer, Fixfore or Crome).
Processor
Pentium 200Mhz
128MB RAM
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About Us
BundyPlus™ (Midnight Technologies Pty Ltd) has designed and manufactured
electronic time clocks for the Australian time clock industry for over 10 years. We
provide time clock solutions to range of industries to record employee start & finish
time and attendance. With 1000's of devices installed in Australia, New Zealand, and
Asia Pacific.
The system combines robust hardware, industry standard communications
infrastructure, and limitless employee count application software. Time clocks connect
seamlessly into your existing IT network via 10/100 Ethernet, WiFi or GSM/GPRS/3G/
PSTN modem. Using today's low cost internet VPN connections, you can be tracking
your work force over multiple sites anywhere in the world! If your network is down,
BundyPlus™ keeps recording your staff's activities.
Combining over 20 years of hardware/software experience, BundyPlus™ is the perfect
Time and Attendance solution. BundyPlus™ is simply one of the most flexible, easy to
install and cost effective electronic time clocks on the market today. BundyPlus™ is
proudly designed, manufactured and supported in Australia!
Product website:
http://www.bundyplus.com.au
Support e-mail:
[email protected]
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New Features & Bug Fixes
v3.3
• Expanded HTML help
v3.2 SP1
• Added employee payrun name to employee search
• Added employee payrun name quick selection object
• Added saving of payrun spread sheet column widths
• Added job costing setting to automatically add new jobs if detected in import of
clockings
• Remove job costing restriction of having different Job Activity/Department
names
• Resolved not creating export from general search
• Resolved triggering of save icon when editing an employee default time type
• Added checking of license from welcome screen
• Added creating new company file from home screen
• Added prompt to update application if newer database detected
• Added prompt to renew license and update app from "Subscription Support"
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