Aegion Corp. Increases Productivity by Deploying TimeControl Timesheet System
Montreal, September 10, 2019 - HMS Software, the publisher of TimeControl, the world's most flexible multi-purpose timesheet has announced the release of a collaborative case study by HMS and Aegion Corp. describing how Aegion a pipeline services company has improved productivity by deploying HMS Software’s TimeControl timesheet system.
For more than 45 years, the Missouri-based company has been a global leader in rehabilitating, maintaining and improving pipelines, extending their life by applying innovative technologies and services.
“We are very excited to have worked with Aegion Corp. on the deployment of TimeControl and our work with Aegion’s subsidiary its Insituform® Technologies,” explains Chris Vandersluis, President of HMS Software. “The collaboration between the firms in creating this case study is very much indicative of how we have worked together since 2014 on improving field data collection of project actuals for the firm.”
The deployment of TimeControl at Aegion required that the system integrate with both Oracle-Primavera’s P6 project management system and Oracle’s JDEdwards ERP system. TimeControl had pre-existing links for both tools and that made it a strong contender when Aegion was selecting the software. In addition, Aegion needed a timekeeping tool that could do field data collection as many of their projects are not executed from behind a desk. The TimeControl Industrial edition was implemented thanks to its Crew Timesheet and Material/Equipment Actuals modules. This gave team leads and supervisors the functionality they needed at the project site to update project actuals for their whole team in a batch.
"TimeControl has allowed our employees to focus on getting their work done rather than chasing after administrative tasks and wasting valuable time and resources," explained Aegion CIO Thys Lourens in the case study.
HMS is delighted to have collaborated on this case study with Aegion and is proud to count them among our clients.
To read the case study, go to: TimeControl.com/why-timecontrol/case-studies/aegion.
TimeControl was originally released in 1994. It was immediately successful in the project management sector and today is recognized not only as a project management solution, but also as an enterprise timesheet solution in use by companies worldwide. TimeControl is designed as a multipurpose timesheet able to serve the needs of both Finance and Project Management simultaneously. It includes features such as a multi-browser, multi-device interface, a PC and mobile interface, vacation approvals, executive dashboards, extensive approval functionality, flexible reporting and links to project management and corporate systems which makes the timesheet product ideally suited for integration with existing systems in any organization. TimeControl's flexibility allows it to be deployed for use as a time and attendance, time and billing, project tracking and flex-time system. TimeControl is available both for purchase for an on-premises installation or as an on-line subscription in the Cloud.
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About HMS Software
Based in Montreal, Canada with offices in Toronto, HMS Software has been a leading provider of project management and enterprise timesheet systems and services since 1984. HMS Software's first customized timesheet application was written in 1984. With the launch of TimeControl as a commercial application in 1994, HMS Software began servicing clients worldwide.
HMS Software's client list reads like a who's who of business. It includes Aegion, CRIM, MCAP, Xerox, Volvo Novabus, the Government of Quebec, CAE, Safran, Tractor Supply, General Dynamics, Siemens, Foster Wheeler, EXFO, Boeing, Value Recovery, Pontoon, March Consulting and hundreds of others.