A “test” username and password would be setup for you to carry out dummy transactions and management processes in order to get familiar with Hyella before going live.
The Front-end: The moment a user signs in, he/she is automatically interfaced with the front-end of Hyella, this is where all the customer transactions are carried out, business transactions such as making sales, purchase orders, stock requisition and transfer, creating a customer profile etc. The Back-end: The back-end is where all the major changes are…
Once the application is launched or opened, a sign-in page would be displayed for input of username and password for whoever wants access.
NO. Access roles would be created so as to manage and monitor transactions carried out by employees of the company and also for restriction of access certain employees.
Yes it does. HYELLA would manage all your staff or student performance evaluation, staff scheduling, attendance management, analytics & reporting.
Yes it does
. On HYELLA you can input and monitor your pay roll activities of all your staff, such as the staff name, basic salary, absent days, overtime, medical and leave allowance etc.
As much as you want. NOTE: In the client-server installation of HYELLA, the number of users depend on your computer memory (RAM) and your network capacity.
Yes you can, as long as the host server is connected. Then HYELLA can be accessed at any branch of your business.
Hyella can be remotely accessed anywhere in the world, you can log in on your system or your phone and see what’s going on.
No u don’t have to pay on user by user basis. Once you have purchased HYELLA, preferably for a year, any amount of users can access it