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Monthly archive for December 2010

Timesheet reminder emails: help your team stay on track

Timesheet Feature Review #7: Reminder Emails Keeping track of everything is difficult in today’s hectic and multi-tasking world. Whether you are a blue-collar worker or a high-ranking manager, remembering to do all that you need to do is definitely something that everyone struggles with. There are several

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Managing timesheet access permissions

Managing a company or project goes far beyond simply telling people what to do. You also need to be able to ensure that your employees are able to focus at the task at hand without being distracted by unnecessary tasks that fall outside of their work scope. It is only by combining the individual work done by each employee on different aspects of a project that projects can be completed quickly and efficiently. Managing access permissions of your timesheet product is very useful in helping you achieve this effect.

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Top 10 mistakes when choosing business software

Choosing the right software for your business can be challenging. Although there are best practice guidelines for effective software selection, sometimes it helps to be aware of the pitfalls – the things that can and do go wrong most often. Here’s a list of the top 10 mistakes when choosing business software.

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Make full use of timesheet data with a custom report builder

Timesheet Feature Review #5:  Custom Report Builder Timesheet software is used by companies all over the world to track their employee work efficiency, status of their projects and a whole bunch of other statistics. After all, as the saying goes, “you can’t manage what you don’t measure”.

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The importance of accounting integration in timesheets

Many companies use timesheet software for one simple reason – to track time spent by their staff. However, tracking alone is not enough – you need to use the data for something. One of the most common uses for timesheet data is for accounting purposes, which makes accounting integration one of the top must-have features for timesheets.

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Using Timesheets to Bill Your Time to Clients

Many timesheet users are companies that perform contract or “outsourced” work, charging for their specialist services on an hourly, daily or retainer basis. For these companies, the timesheet system is arguably the single most important software that they deal with on a daily basis. Companies that bill their work to clients must be able to generate reports that accurately reflect their work done and the hours put in by their workers. However, not every minute spent on the job can reasonably be billed. This makes the “billable vs non-billable distinction” one of the top must-have features for timesheets.

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