Autotomie Announces Meritrick, an Automatic Time Tracking Software

Company: Autotomie, LLC
Published: 07 July, 2018
RENO, Nev. - July 04, 2018 -- Meritrick solves a problem faced by businesses across the globe: manual and inaccurate time tracking. Instead of relying on employees and contractors to self-report time spent on company-related tasks, Meritrick automates the entire process.

The Meritrick software works in the background to track and log everything done on the computer – monitoring which tasks are being accomplished and how long each task took to complete. There is no need to set timers or guess at how much time was spent on a particular project. Instead, it all happens automatically.

Beyond simply tracking whether software is open, Meritrick can track at the individual project level. More importantly, it can identify between active work and having the program on autopilot or idle, so there’s no way to cheat the system!

With the ability to categorize activities by clients and projects, the software can be customized to fit each business’ needs and workflows. Real-time reporting provides insight into which programs and categories are used most.

“After years of seeing the inefficient ways businesses attempt to keep track of employee activities and time usage, I decided there had to be a better way,” said Autotomie CEO, Danielle Wright. “That better way is now a reality with Meritrick. If someone is getting paid to work, using employer resources and employer time, that business has a right to know how that time is being spent.”

Autotomie’s philosophy of “Limited Data Reporting” ensures that the software tracks only what is absolutely necessary. Employers can choose to “mask” program titles for increased privacy or not to track certain applications at all.

About Autotomie

Autotomie is a female-owned software company based out of the greater Reno, NV area. Gaining its name from the concept of a lizard losing its tail in order to escape, Autotomie’s focus is on helping companies reduce waste by removing the unnecessary processes that slow down production.