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|Developer(s)||Time Doctor, LLC|
|Operating system||Windows, Macintosh, Linux, Android, iOS|
|Available in||English, Russian, Spanish, Portuguese|
|Type||Time tracking software|
Time Doctor is a SaaS employee monitoring toollaunched by the owners of Staff.com in 2012. It includes keystroke logging, screenshot and internet usage tracking features. A multi-functional employee monitoring application with CRM and white label capabilities.
Time Doctor offers screenshot software, website and application tracking, chat monitoring, and time-based reporting.
Liam Martin and Rob Rawson are the co-founders of Time Doctor.Time Doctor has over 60 employees in 25 different countries. In March 2015, 3 years after it was launched, Time Doctor exceeded 1 million hours tracked per month in 109 countries.
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