TSheets and Flint Join Hands to Enhance Productivity Apps Functionality

By CIOReview | Tuesday, August 18, 2015
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FREMONT,CA: TSheets, a provider of cloud-based time tracking solution announces its partnership with Flint, a mobile payment service to present a technology platform that will help business productivity apps to function more efficiently with its time tracking application.

The TSheets Mobile App Connection lets users immediately switch between app functionality without having to close  the app they are already in. The tool helps workers in staying updated and managers get data in real time. The Mobile App Connection functionality allows people to track time in TSheets and then get paid by tapping the ‘Charge Customer’ button that directs them to the Flint app. In Flint,  users can scan a credit card to get paid on the spot or send an invoice to get paid online

Flint allows small businesses, freelancers and non-profit volunteers to get paid by credit card. Flint is an app for mobile, secure payment processing that requires no card reader, on-site invoicing and online sales tools.

The workflow integration between TSheets and Flint discards manual data entry into a separate app as well as need to plug in extra hardware in order to get paid through mobile devices.

The latest platform lets users immediately switch between app functionality without having to close out of the app they are already in. The tool helps workers in staying updated and managers get data in real time. The Mobile App Connection functionality allows people to track time in TSheets and then get paid by tapping the ‘Charge Customer’ button that directs them to the Flint app. In Flint,  users can scan a credit card to get paid on the spot or send an invoice to get paid online.

“It’s a mobile, cloud centered world, but no one has yet built a platform where you can easily bundle the amazing enterprise-ready apps out there, and make them work together. The Mobile App Connection is so seamless, employees can easily manage the flow on their smartphones to get work done,” says Matt Newbill, VP,Partnerships, TSheets.