The software integrates applications, such as WIP Lite and job costing with time and attendance, stockroom inventory control, tool tracking and capital-asset tracking. The applications can share the inventory database and employee identification codes, making it possible to cost jobs and track assets without time-consuming data entry, according to Dynamic Systems.
CheckMate can track and cost jobs, maintain an accurate account of inventory, gather payroll information and keep track of tools in an integrated system. Barcodes printed on work orders and badges and labels on tools and inventory are read by barcode scanners during transactions to record the movement or use of the job or item. The information is then transmitted to accounting, sales or purchasing to produce job-costing reports, employee attendance information, parts reorder reports and more, according to the company.
The software can also set min/max levels for the same inventory item in multiple locations and allow five attachments per record—such as a build of materials, manual or photo. Signature capture on a portable terminal provides proof of delivery of tools or inventory items.