Ximble is an integrated employee scheduling and labor management software. Its features include automated scheduling, calendar management, time tracking, vacation/leave monitoring, advanced reporting, and more. In this article, we covered user reviews and pricing. Ready to try Ximble? Get a free trial.
What Ximble Does Well
Users who gave Ximble a positive review said that it has a user-friendly interface. Some of them also commended its capability to integrate with different employee management tools, including payroll, attendance, and time-tracking programs.
“We heavily depend on Ximble for our scheduling and time clocking system. It has unique features such as automatic deduction of unpaid breaks, automatic generation of timesheets/payroll reports, and a time clocking app for tablets and smartphones. The interface looks fresh and modern. Overall, we’re having a pleasant experience, especially with their best feature — customer service. There’s always someone available to talk to for questions and support.” — Janel Viaje
What Ximble Does Not Do Well
Users who gave Ximble a negative review said that there’s a need to expand the scheduling features to accommodate specific requirements, such as long work shifts. Some of them also shared that the onboarding process wasn’t smooth and thorough.
“I was using Ximble for scheduling of EMS personnel. Its scheduling options do not accept shifts longer than 24 hours. In order to get everyone’s schedule correct, I had to add each day separately, which took more time than it should have. When the repeat time function expires, I had to do it all over again.” — Rachel Reid
Ximble offers three plans for its integrated scheduling + time tracking product: Core ($15 base fee + $3/user/month), Advanced ($15 base fee + $5/user/month), and Enterprise (custom priced). The main difference between the plans is access to premium features such as demand forecasting, intelligent shift generation, and a dedicated account manager.
($/User per Month)
($/User per Year)
(or $2/user per month)
(or $4/user per month)
*The annual plans are paid in full at the start of the billing cycle.
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Check out the list below of some of Ximble’s features:
- Labor Cost Monitoring
- Availability and Time Off Management
- Shift Reminders and Notifications
- Advanced Reporting
- Auto Shift Assignment
- HR, POS, and Payroll Integrations
- Multiple Scheduling Locations
- Demand Forecasting
- Intelligent Shift Generation
- Dedicated Account Manager
- Mobile Time Clock App
- Mobile Work Schedule Maker
Can Ximble users perform time tracking tasks even when outside the office?
How can Ximble help reduce employee absenteeism?
Here is a list of some of Ximble’s popular integrations: