August 15, 2019

MVP build completed

Ryan Musselwhite @ScheduleLeave

The MVP was built and shipped, at this point ScheduleLeave was quite basic but offered the core functionality where the product could be used, including:

  • Self-sign up
  • Self-administration
  • Automated billing
  • Approval Process – Booking, cancelling, approving and rejecting leave
  • Approval Process – Highlighting leave clashes with other employees within the same department
  • Approval Process – Booking leave on behalf of others you’re the approver / admin for
  • Wallchart to view leave within the department / company
  • Calendar page to see your leave for the entire year
  • Configurable leave types
  • England & Wales bank holiday support (no deduction of leave)
  • Weekend support (no deduction of leave)
  • Allocation / lieu configurable on a company, department and user level
  • Configurable carry over leave
  • Calendar integration
  • Full series of help guides, searchable within the application
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