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how to track work time when Excel doesn't cut it
of different time tracking methods
your company’s needs so you don’t select a system that is too advanced
If your company needs a clear picture of how many hours the employees use each month on specific tasks, projects and customers, it might be time to look at a time tracking system.
When you have just started your business, Excel is often enough for both time tracking and project management.
But soon your company starts to grow. I get more colleagues, your services advance and you must be able to take action quickly and in an agile way. In this case, many experience the Excel sheets as a limitation.
It is time consuming to get 15 employees to enter information into an Excel sheet. You need a tool to measure project performance across projects, and just getting the colleagues to track their work time is cumbersome.
Now, a system for time tracking and project management enters the picture.
We help you clarify which system is right for you with just 5 simple questions.
TimeLog was founded in 2001 and has helped thousands of companies with time tracking. We want to share this knowledge with you