Friday, November 8, 2019

Apploye Review - Employee Monitoring software 2019

Many business owners and managers are facing one common dilemma – How to make sure their staff isn't misusing the internet during working hours. If you have these same concerns, you might have to consider the employee monitoring software products available like the Apploye, this software is designed to track your employees' productivity – the internet usage, the sites they are visiting, how much time they are spending and much more. While there's no doubt that these products do wonder, the question is still the same. Is that right for your business? 

According to Forbes, 64% of employees visit non – work-related websites in the working hours every day which leads to 24 hours wasting every month per employee. Employees are getting distracted by Facebook, YouTube, shopping online or play games. At the end of the months, you are paying a huge sum of dollars behind these hours. Can you afford it? 

That's when Apploye comes handy, which is a simple time tracking app that can monitor the activities of your employees and set you laid back relaxingly. 

Overview of Apploye

  • Checking the activity level of each employee through keyboard and mouse tracking and generate screenshots randomly every ten minutes.
  • It also allows you to track the applications and websites they are browsing.
  • You are also allowed to assign any online project and make daily timesheet effortlessly.
  • Powerful scheduling allows you to keep track of holidays and manage absent employees by shifting schedules when needed. 
  • If you are employees are working outdoor or work from home then you have got
  • GPS tracking feature which can locate outdoor employees and analyses their activities
  • You are allowed to monitor your employees or prefer the unmonitored plan for time tracking and scheduling. 
  • Apploye is available free for 14 days trial. Increase your teams' productivity by up to 30%.

What are the features of Apploye?

  • Online timesheet - Track when and the time spent by your employees
  • Employee scheduling - Schedule absent staff, shift planning, etc. 
  • Project and tasks - Track projects and tasks deadlines 
  • Monitoring employee - Monitor the project progress with screenshots
  • Productivity level - Increase the productivity level by observing your staffs individually
  • Apps and URL tracking - Get an overview of application usage of staffs and website visits
  • GPS Tracking - Tack outdoor activity of your employee's with GPS tracking. This feature can track location, time as well as GPS.
  • Managing field service – Track outdoor employees' work progress in real-time.

What issues will Apploye solve?

Let's find out why your business might need Apploye software

Saves time and money

One of the most important savings that can be had with Apploye software is time and as they all say – the time is gold. It's not uncommon to find project managers spending an hour dealing with excel spreadsheets or also even manually plotting charts and tables to match employees, projects and work schedules. If the process were automated though, a job that previously took hours to complete can be done in mere minutes with Apploye app. 

Improves workflow 

Businesses can use the Apploye app to further improve their workflows. The solution allows you to pinpoint areas where improvement is needed to put in place plans and directives that might lead to a more productive working team. 

Allows a more hand-on management 

Everything will be tracked and monitored and it is highly helpful for business owners to keep an eye on their employee's availability and non – availability making sure that all shifts and all locations are adequately staffed, and keep track of their presence. 

User satisfaction 

Apploye has received positive social media mentions. It is important not just see how experts review it, but also find out if the organizations and real people are satisfied with the product. That why we have made a poll on behavior-based customer satisfaction algorithms and the software had positive feedbacks and no negative experience, which is so exciting. 

Technical details of Apploye 

Devices Supported

  • Windows
  • Mac
  • Linux
  • Android 

Pricing plan 

  • Unmonitored - $3 Per month/Per user 
  • Monitored - $6 Per month/Per user 
  • Enterprise – Get a quote
  • To get a free trial click here

How Apploye can help your business?

Apploye seems to be a simple employee tracking software but it's a powerful system that can collect and gather data. With all its features the software is a source of information. This software is also suitable for teams and individuals. It doesn't matter which business you handle, as long as you need data to refine your results and ensure the right processes take place in your company these solutions will be apt for your needs. 

Remember that it is not just about data. It is about knowing how work can be done, what are you and your employee's behaviors and how it works. The software enables you to see a large picture of what is going on in the company, track and monitor your staff's activities and also measure productivity. 


  • Easy – in use, intuitive 
  • Put to limit on distractions 
  • Search out for issue areas
  • Reallocate resources 
  • Prevent unauthorized access
  • Let the employees know the benefits 

Is Apploye Worth implementing in your business?

We tried and tested the software and its great! I was able to get complete and in-depth data about my activity after using it for a couple of hours. It provided me a clear picture of everything I do. We were able to use anything that is happening at working hours and find the root cause of the problems with work. 

If used in smart ways, Apploye can not only help your company to be productive but also individuals. Also, it will be your productivity superhero. 

Tuesday, August 13, 2019

Why homes aren’t selling in Chennai?

This has been a monsoon of discount offers for residents of Chennai. Every day, a barrage of messages, emails and media advertisements assail us, from desperate real estate firms. A housing slowdown has been around for some time but now there are visible signs of panic.
But buyers, particularly in South India, are just not interested. Sellers, having patiently waited it out so far, are now beginning to throw in the towel. An equilibrium will be reached eventually, but before that there may be more blood on the housing street. Resale flats also gets piled up which can be eventually seen in real estate portals like
A recent report says that the residential housing market in Chennai remained absolutely flat in the first half of 2019, despite prices falling nearly 10% in this period. The city has more unsold flats. Some estimates suggest that it may take four years to clear Chennai’s unsold housing inventory.
There are two types of home buyers in any market: genuine purchasers who acquire for self-use; and investors who regard it as a proxy to a financial instrument. It is the latter that sparked the initial decline, post demonetization, as access to black money became problematic. Yet, Indians are very ingenuous at working around such constraints and cash is back in play, after a temporary hiccup. But the housing market is still dead. This is because returns have dried up. Investors may have worked out ways around the stick, but it is the carrot that continues to be elusive. Actually, what has happened in the real estate market is the exact opposite of the equity market. Where a switch has been snapped on with regard to stocks, with retail investors relentlessly pouring in money through SIPs every month; a switch has gone off in the real estate market. With practically no returns over the last three years, people have simply abandoned it as an asset class.
Prices may have to correct more. But, a bigger fundamental issue may be that the current generation of younger, salaried people don’t seem to have the same sentimental attachment to owning a home as their parents may have had. Earlier, a home meant security. Now, a more financially savvy generation has figured out that in a market of inflated prices and relatively low rental yields, it may just be prudent to keep renting, as opposed to owning.
Ownership, after all is notional. Whether your landlord owns it or your housing finance company does, is hardly material. One shouldn’t be alarmist and conclude that the housing market is dead for good. In time, it will recover but it is important to distinguish between a cyclical slump and a fundamental reset. We are in the throes of the latter. The way an average Indian buyer looks at a home may have changed.

Saturday, July 27, 2019

Lieutenant Colonel MS Dhoni to join Army's Para Regiment in Kashmir, will be taking on patrolling duties

Former India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni will begin his stint with the Indian Army's Parachute Regiment from July 31 in Kashmir. Dhoni, who holds the honorary rank of Lieutenant Colonel in the Territorial Army unit of the Parachute Regiment (106 Para TA battalion), will be with the Battalion till August 15, which is also India's Independence Day. The unit is in Kashmir valley as part of the Victor Force. 
During his posting in Kashmir, Dhoni will be performing the duties of patrolling and guard and will be staying with the troops.

Earlier, news agency IANS on Thursday reported that Dhoni has already joined the battalion, which is headquartered in Bengaluru. However, India TV has confirmed that the 38-year-old World Cup-winning captain is yet to join the regiment.
Dhoni, who was part of India's 2019 World Cup team, was accorded the honorary rank of Lieutenant Colonel in 2011 soon after he led India to 2011 World Cup title.
Olympic gold medallist Abhinav Bindra and Deepak Rao, who is an Indian military trainer, were the other two people to receive the honorary rank.
Meanwhile, Dhoni had earlier made himself unavailable for Indian cricket team's upcoming tour of the West Indies, which includes three T20Is, three ODIs and two Test matches beginning August 3.


  • MS Dhoni has opted to take on patrolling, guard and post duties
  • Dhoni will be deployed in Kashmir Valley as part of Victor Force
  • Dhoni had made himself unavailable for the West Indies tour to serve his regiment.

MS Dhoni, India's most successful captain, had made himself unavailable for the West Indies tour.

4 years ago, MS Dhoni became a qualified paratrooper when he completed 5 parachute training jumps from Indian Army aircrafts at the Agra training camp.
In India's first match of the 2019 World Cup against South Africa, MS Dhoni had donned the Balidan crest on his wicketkeeping gloves. However, the ICC said it was against rules and he removed the crest for India's second match of the tournament against Australia.

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