Monitor Your Employees

Monitor your company devices and protect your intellectual property

  • Know precisely what applications and websites are being used
  • Protect your business and enforce acceptable behaviour policies
  • Prevent data leakage of confidential data
  • Monitor your organisation's cell phone and PC usage at the granularity you need.
  • Track your workforce
  • Monitor and record phone calls for training and quality purposes
  • Ability to judge via GPS positioning where your employees physically are
  • Control installed apps, and usage time
  • Easy to install, step-by-step guide with screenshots
  • Free updates and device changes during the subscription

Maximize your corporate devices’ ROI

Track every activity on smartphones, laptops and tablets which belong to your organization.

Maximize your corporate cell phones’ ROI

Lack of information & poor controls over corporate mobiles is causing your business to suffer both economically & operationally. SPYERA can help you change all that. Use it to
Monitor cell phone usage in your organization
Monitor computers usage in the workplace
Backup & monitor phone data & usage
Track your workforce
Have evidence for customer relationship and legal issues

Corporate Cell Phone Management You Can Rely On

SPYERA mobile management software empowers you to control, monitor, & track all the cell phones in your organization regardless of platform or provider.
Backup & log all mobile phone data streams to a single central server.
Protect corporate data from falling into the hands of competitors.
Initialize GPS tracking of your mobile workforce.
Track cell phone inventories effectively.

A complete cell phone management toolkit

SPYERA is a complete mobile management toolkit that assists you in logging, backing up, & monitoring all the data generated via your organization’s mobile phones.

With SPYERA, you can: – Monitor cell phone usage in your organization with the granularity you need.

Benefits Of Employee Monitoring

Employee monitoring can offer a variety of benefits to businesses.

Productivity Enhancement

Monitoring tools can help identify inefficiencies or distractions that might be hindering employees' productivity. This information can be used to implement changes that boost effectiveness and efficiency in the workplace.

Quality Control

Monitoring can help ensure employees adhere to company standards and protocols, leading to improved product or service quality.


Monitoring can help protect against internal and external security threats. For instance, tracking email and internet use can help prevent data breaches or the downloading of malicious software.

Policy Compliance

By monitoring employee activity, companies can ensure that employees are complying with company policies, such as those related to internet use or harassment.

Legal Protection

In case of legal disputes, data from employee monitoring can provide evidence to protect the company. For example, in cases of alleged harassment or wrongful termination, monitoring records can serve as crucial evidence.

Time Management

Monitoring can provide insights into how work time is being used, which can be helpful in managing workloads, planning projects, or identifying areas where additional training might be needed.

Employee Development

Monitoring can provide valuable feedback for employees, helping them understand their strengths and areas for improvement. This can support their professional development and job satisfaction.

Cost Efficiency

Employee monitoring can lead to cost savings over time. By identifying unproductive behaviours, inefficient processes, or unnecessary tasks, companies can streamline operations and reduce wasted time and resources. This can lead to a significant reduction in operational costs and enhance the overall financial health of the organisation.


If you’re an executive or business owner, you’re probably already aware that managing your businesses’ cell phones is a real headache:

Multiple operating systems & specifications mean there’s no single application capable of running on all your devices.
The small physical size & mobility means cell phones are easily mislaid or stolen, causing loss of data & increasing security risks.
Understanding usage patterns are complex because the data you get from the Network Operators are limited to monthly invoices with very primitive indications of data usage at best.
Cell phones enable the leakage of confidential data – both malicious & accidental.
Lack of information & poor controls over corporate mobiles is causing your business to suffer both economically & operationally. SPYERA can help you change all that.
Since it was first released in 1999, SPYERA’s pioneering cell phone software has been tested, tried & utilized time & again by businesses & Government agencies worldwide.

A Tested & Proven Solution

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Monitor Your Employees Most Frequently Asked Questions
What does it mean to monitor employees?
Employee monitoring refers to employers' methods, tools, and practices to supervise their workers. This can involve tracking work performance, productivity, attendance, and adherence to company policies or procedures.

Monitoring can be done in various ways, from direct supervision to the use of technology. For example, employers might use software to track computer activity, including email, website browsing, or application usage. They might also use GPS tracking for employees in the field to ensure they're at their assigned locations.

While employee monitoring can be valuable for maintaining productivity and ensuring compliance with company policies, it's also a subject of debate. Critics argue that it can invade privacy and create an atmosphere of distrust. Therefore, it's important for employers to be transparent about their monitoring practices and to use them respectfully and legally.
Is it OK to monitor employees?
Employee monitoring is generally legal, provided it is done in accordance with local laws and regulations and employees have been informed about the nature and extent of the monitoring. However, there are ethical considerations to keep in mind.

From a business perspective, monitoring can help ensure productivity, maintain quality control, and protect the company's resources and proprietary information. It can also help ensure employees use work time effectively and adhere to company policies.
However, excessive or intrusive monitoring can lead to employee dissatisfaction, stress, and a lack of trust in the workplace. It's important to strike a balance between the needs of the business and respect for employees' privacy.

In terms of the law, the specifics can vary greatly depending on the jurisdiction. For example, in the U.S., employers generally have broad latitude to monitor employees' activities at work, primarily if the monitoring is related to business needs. However, there are certain limitations, especially regarding health information or personal communications.

Employers must be transparent about their monitoring policies, and in many cases, they must inform employees that they are being monitored. It's also considered best practice to obtain consent where possible.

Given the complex legal and ethical landscape around employee monitoring, businesses should consult legal counsel to ensure their practices comply with all relevant laws and regulations.
Is it ethical to monitor your employees?
The ethics of employee monitoring can be a complex issue, and opinions can vary depending on the monitoring's context and extent. Here are a few key points to consider:

Transparency: If employers are upfront about their monitoring policies, the reasons behind them, and the extent of the monitoring, this can go a long way toward addressing ethical concerns. Employees should be aware of what is being monitored and why.

Purpose: Monitoring should be tied to legitimate business interests, such as improving productivity, ensuring quality control, or protecting sensitive company information. If monitoring is used for purposes that don't align with business needs, such as personal reasons or out of a desire to control, this can be seen as unethical.

Privacy: Even in the workplace, employees have a reasonable expectation of privacy. If monitoring crosses into personal areas or is used to gather sensitive information without consent, this can be seen as a violation of privacy and potentially unethical.

Proportionality: The extent of monitoring should be proportional to its purpose. Excessive monitoring beyond what is necessary to achieve its purpose can be seen as invasive and unethical.

Consent: While it's not always legally required, obtaining employees' consent to monitoring can be an important part of ethical best practices.

Ultimately, the ethical considerations of employee monitoring should be weighed carefully, balancing the needs of the business with respect for employees' privacy and dignity. It can also be beneficial to involve employees in decision-making, leading to a monitoring policy that respects everyone's interests.
Barbara D. Customer Review

Barbara D.

Verified Customer
I saw SPYERA on a news channel a while ago. I have never thought that I will need SPYERA. My grandpa has difficulties to find the home. He gets lost very frequently. All family members, we were worried about that. We decided to purchase the cheapest Android phone. Then we installed SPYERA on it to track my grandpa. I renewed my annual subscription 3 times and I am very happy with SPYERA. Thanks a lot.
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Anna K. (Verified Customer)

It worked for me. I discovered everything I need within a month. I got all recorded phone calls without rooting the target device. I also purchased the computer monitoring version because I didn't want to miss anything. I only had problems to contact support. Their response time is around 7-8 hours. It should not be more than a few hours. The rest of was perfect. I highly recommend it.
Adil Faysal - Customer Review

Adil Faysal (Verified Customer)

I tested many spy apps but I only keep using SPYERA since 2011. The main reason I am using SPYERA is their call interception feature. Only SPYERA can offer call interception. Also, I like remote the update which is a great feature. My target user gets every single update of WhatsApp. Competitors need re-installation again and again for updates. It ridiculous when you have limited time to physical access to the target phone. With SPYERA all done remotely.
Tarik Emre

Tarık Emre Y. (Verified Customer)

I like the way SPYERA get the update to the latest version. The remote update is excellent. With Spy phone, the most difficult part is accessing to the target phone. With the remote update, I accessed the target device one time a year ago. Since then I am using the remote update to get the latest features. The only problem I have with SPYERA is that sometimes support team response the next day. Support needs some improvement. The rest of the service is perfect.
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Disclaimer: SPYERA is designed to monitor children, employees, or your smartphone. You'll need to notify the device owner that the device is being monitored. It is the responsibility of the user of SPYERA to ascertain and obey all applicable laws in their country regarding the use of SPYERA. If you have any doubts, please consult your local attorney before using SPYERA. By downloading and installing SPYERA, you represent that SPYERA will be used only legally. Logging other people’s SMS messages & other phone activity or installing SPYERA on another person’s phone without their knowledge can be considered illegal in your country. SPYERA assumes no liability and is not responsible for any misuse or damage caused by our Software. It’s the final user’s responsibility to obey all laws in their country. By purchasing & downloading SPYERA, you hereby agree to the above.