TransparentBusiness stimulates workforce productivity and accountability by bringing transparency to how working time is spent. Now, you can collaborate with our team of connected professionals, no matter where they live and work.
TransparentBusiness changes the way in which people work.
Platforms like TransparentBusiness, developed by KMGi, facilitate the management of projects carried out by workers located in different parts of the world. Every three minutes, this tool captures the computer screen of each team member.
TransparentBusiness is a new bill-monitoring service designed to allow clients to view their lawyers´ billing activities through a computer surveillance system.
Be transparent. KMGi almost doubled its business from existing clients in 2011 by allowing them to monitor the ad design work in real-time via TransparentBusiness.
TransparentBusiness was distinguished in 2012 as a "Rising Star" in the category "Best Cloud Computing Solution for Enterprise" during the 14th edition of PC World Latin America Awards.
Clients who use the application can manage their businesses from anywhere, coordinate their team anytime, view screenshots in real-time to see how tasks progress and to avoid overbilling.
A total of 97 companies -- including Apple, Facebook, Google, Intel, Microsoft, Netflix and Twitter -- filed a court motion Sunday night declaring that Trump's executive order on immigration "violates the immigration laws and the Constitution." The ban represents "a sudden shift in the rules governing entry into the United States, and is inflicting substantial harm on U.S. companies," says the court document.
Respondiendo al decreto del Presidente Trump contra el ingreso de musulmanes a los Estados Unidos y el apoyo a los refugiados la plataforma de empleo remoto elevó apoyo a estos grupo vulnerables hasta 2 millones de dólares.
The controversial Order of President Trump banning citizens of seven predominantly Muslim countries from entering the USA and freezing refugee program caused hardship to thousands of refugees. To alleviate their plight, TransparentBusiness has doubled its commitment to Partnership of Refugees to two million dollars.
Today, TransparentBusiness is pleased to announce appointment of Jorge Luis Titinger as its Chief Strategy Officer. Mr. Titinger is best known as the former CEO of SGI (Silicon Graphics International Corp.), a global leader in high-performance solutions for compute, data analytics, and data management, which was recently acquired by HPE (Hewlett Packard Enterprise).
Today, the White House is announcing that 51 companies from across the American economy have made new, measurable, and significant commitments to aid refugees in the United States and around the world in response to the President’s June Call to Action...
(September 20, 2016, New York NY) Today, President Obama will host the Leaders’ Summit on Refugees in the wake of the UN General Assembly, where he will present the White House call-to-action for private sector engagement on the global refugee crisis...
That contractors routinely overbill governments at the expense of taxpayers may come as no surprise. That these overbillings likely total hundreds of billions of dollars should shock and infuriate us all...
Use technology to your advantage. Certain workplace disputes can be avoided by using technology. For example, using a reputable time tracker and recording phone calls can help mitigate some potential conflicts. Platforms like TransparentBusiness are especially helpful in eliminating potential issues such as billing conflicts between employer and employee.
TransparentBusiness, the platform that facilitates agile access and management of the connected workforce and Yandiki, a company specializing in providing cloud-based creative talent on-demand, were selected by Facebook as partners for FbStart.com, a global community of mobile developers. In its first year, FbStart distributed benefits worth more than $100 million to more than 3,800 startups, helping many of these companies grow their businesses worldwide.
WORLD AT HER FINGERTIPS: Silvina Moschini, who runs Yandiki, works while holding her dog John John in The LAB Miami in Wynwood. She runs Yandiki, which screens and matches tech talent, for instance in Latin America, with companies that need it. The site allows talent to live anywhere yet still find work online.
When the first wave of the internet washed over us with the dot com revolution in the late 1990s, the number of women in technology was few and far between. But one female entrepreneur was such a standout in the technology field, dubbed by the media as ‘Miss Internet’. As with many aspiring entrepreneurs, Silvina Moschini‘s journey began with taking a risk and leaving her corporate career. CCTV America’s Rachelle Akuffo reported this story from Washington D.C.
SoftServe, along with embassy officials and Internet firm KMGi Group, which offers an online service called TransparentBusiness.com to help companies better monitor the work of remote employees first began a campaign, April 29, to appeal to Western businesses to support outsourcing as a way to stave off a “new Cold War."
The event ran like a standard business pitch, with several economic and tech experts touting the benefits of outsourcing IT jobs. The embassy had partnered with TransparentBusiness, a "cloudsourcing" provider that allows managers in other countries to remotely monitor their contractors' work in Ukraine. By growing this economic sector, Ukraine isn't looking to become the next India, the evening's featured speakers said, but rather the Silicon Valley of Europe. The most memorable marketing tactic of the evening wasn't touting cheaper ...
Two tendencies which to many seem contradictory assert themselves on a global entrepreneurial stage: companies must become more efficient and economical, while workforce – especially the creative youth – demands better labor quality and more flexibility. How to align two trends that often pull in opposite directions? One way to reconcile them, which many companies are exploring, is through telework. This is one of the drives of adopting cloud computing, and it propels the creation of new...
One of the most common mistakes small-business owners make is to focus so much time on attracting new customers that they skimp on the effort it takes to create loyal customers. That's a mistake, of course, because it's more expensive to get new customers than to retain them. To develop and nurture a relationship with your customers, you have to communicate regularly and, above all, provide consistently over-the-top service. Here's a look at how three small businesses are keeping the...