Security First Bank

"AsureForce Time has saved us over 200 hours per pay period in payroll costs. [It had] everything I was looking for from ease of use to price."

Delmarie Toczek, Payroll and Benefits Specialist
  • 230+ Employees

  • Financial Services

  • AsureForce

Find out why top firms are turning to Asure Software

Track company time & labor any time, anywhere.

AsureForce® Time & Labor Management helps you easily capture time and attendance data for accurate payroll processing and labor law compliance. You also gain insight into workforce productivity trends, delivering the information you need to make smart decisions. Access AsureForce® Time wherever you are through the cloud, Web browsers, and mobile devices.

  • Mobile Time Tracking

    GeoPunch™ mobile time tracking allows your mobile, agile workforce to work from anywhere at anytime, increasing productivity and adoption rates with devices they're already familiar with.

  • Time & Attendance

    Accurate time collection is just the beginning. AsureForce Time also reduces your overall cost of ownership by automating processes and increasing productivity. You can eliminate time-consuming and error-prone manual calculations while still choosing the time entry methods that meet your employees' needs.

  • Easy Time Reporting

    AsureForce Time reporting provides critical employee payroll, scheduling and historical trend information. Users have the ability to create ad hoc reports tailored to their needs and "favourite" commonly used reports.

  • Employee Scheduling

    Streamline staff scheduling, enabling supervisors to develop schedules around workforce requirements. Measure actual hours worked against the plan through intuitive calendar views.

Delighted Clients Gallery

Browse through some of our happy customers who switched to Asure and never looked back. Each case study gives an in-depth look at company needs, challenges and execution strategy to give you a inside look at how Asure can help you optimize your business, too!

Staples Canada

Staples Canada is part of the world’s largest office products company. The company has locations in every Canadian province and is the country’s largest supplier of office supplies and business equipment. In 2008, Marketing Magazine’s prestigious Marketing/Leger Corporate Reputation Survey ranked Staples number one among Canada’s top 100 companies. Located in Ontario, Staples’ main offic...

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Security First Bank

Security First Bank began more than a century ago with nine western Nebraska ranchers and a total investment of $15,000. After successfully opening more than 20 locations with 230 employees, they needed a better way to track time and attendance. Their existing manual system had the usual problems: time consumption, redundancy, and compliance pains. Hourly employees filled out physical time cards,...

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Royal Bank of Canada Financial Group

Royal Bank of Canada and its subsidiaries operate under the RBC Financial Group, and include five major lines of business: personal and commercial banking, wealth management, insurance, corporate and investment banking, and securities custody and transaction processing. RBC Financial Group is one of North America’s premier financial services and Canada’s largest company, as measured by assets...

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Nixon Peabody LLP

Nixon Peabody LLP is one of the largest Global 100 law firms in the world, with 700 attorneys collaborating across 25 major practise areas in 18 office locations. It operates in cities around the globe: Boston, Chicago, London, Los Angeles, New York City, Paris, Rochester, San Francisco, Shanghai, Silicon Valley, and Washington D.C....

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Lowenstein Sandler

Lowenstein Sandler, an AmLaw 200 law firm with more than 275 attorneys, represents public and private companies, financial institutions, investors, entrepreneurs, universities, and private clients in corporate and litigation matters across the globe. Lowenstein Sandler attorneys are constantly immersed in evolving business and legislative developments that impact the industries driving the economy...

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Air Force FCU

  Air Force Federal Credit Union (AFFCU) has always been at the forefront of technology. It began using online computers in the 70s, installed ATMs in the 80s, and joined PULSE and the Armed Forces Financial Network in 1986 and 1989 respectively. Over its 50-year history, AFFCU has grown to 130 employees, more than 38 thousand members, and $242 million in assets. Air Force FCU’s commi...

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