Ximble is powerful, cloud-based employee scheduling and time tracking application. With Ximble, employees can have access to their employee scheduling program from any web browser or smartphone. In addition, managers can also monitor employees, track schedules, and organize timecards.
Pros: Affordable. Easy to use for creating and editing schedules.
Cons: Customization is limited. No schedule templates are available.
Bottomline: A simple but effective tool for basic small business scheduling needs.
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January 10, 2019
Ximble Key Information:
1 (858) 401-6494
2173 Salk Ave #250, Carlsbad, CA 92008, US
What is Ximble's price range?
Ximble monthly plans range from $1.00 to $2.00 per user. If you want an Enterprise plan, you can contact Ximble to get a quote.
Is there a Ximble free trial?
Yes, Ximble offers a 14-day free trial. To access the free trial, go to ximble.com and click 'Try For Free' in the main right corner of the homepage menu.
Where can I find the Ximble login?
Go to ximble.com and click "Ximble Login" in the top right corner of the homepage, or sign in directly at https://app.ximble.com/login.
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Reviews of Ximble:
Extremely useful in my store. With staff having other commitments it's not uncommon for them to require shift swaps and changes. I understand it, but it can take a lot of time making phone calls trying to get cover. Using Ximble they now arrange their own cover and request it in the app so I can approve it. It updates the schedule automatically and saves time, my staff also seem to prefer it this way.
With a memory like a gold fish I'm finding the push notifications from the phone app really useful and has stopped me missing or being late to appointments a few times. The scheduling and time tracking features of Ximble are great and have been making life simpler. Definitely happy with Ximble and would happily recommend it.
I've spent just 2 hours on Ximble and am pretty ready to deploy it across the team. Previously we had separate scheduling and time clock apps and both took days to understand.