Time Tracking Software for Your Startup Business

  • June 30, 2016
  • by Ola Rybacka
  • 2 comments
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Setting up, and managing a startup business, can be quite difficult. You would need to take care of a lot of things, whether it comes to your employees, the projects, company time and resources, money or productivity.

Lots of businesses are using time tracking apps to ensure that their organization runs smoothly. When you are choosing one for your business, make sure of the following 5 things to get assistance with not only time tracking but various business operations as well.

Look for freeware, such as PHP Time Tracking

The last thing that you would want is to spend on a costly time tracking software or online service. If you are a startup with only a small team, a freeware would be enough to help you in project management, billing, managing employee time, replacing manual clock-in and clock—out sheets, generating reports etc.

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Look for mobile compatibility

Make sure that the freeware is compatible with mobile phones, and can even be copied into and run from USB flash drives.

The software should sync all essential information across varied devices, whether mobile phones or desktops. Some apps can also be started without installation, and the entire process can easily be completed. However, make sure that the app can quietly run in the background and start automatically in the backdrop as soon as the system starts.

TimeCamp in mobile version allows a user to automatically track time to specific projects – existing or new ones and manually modify time entries.

Look for work tracking

Find out whether the app also works as a work tracking software and helps you to track documents and applications. It should run quietly in the background and do its job without interfering with daily functions. Make sure that it helps bill employee time, analyze the time, takes note of their tasks and offers real-time updates to you – no matter where you are.

How does billable time work in TimeCamp?

 When you are starting a timer or creating a new time entry, we automatically copy the billable/unbillable flag for associated task with this particular time entry.

Look for ease of use

If it helps run projects with one-click, it will be all the better for you. Try to get an app that stores information on its own dedicated server, as well as on the cloud. The billing process should easily be automated with time-tracking information gathered by the project time tracking software.

The entire process should be automated, leaving out most of the manual work.

Projects in TimeCamp contain lists of tasks. Use a project for a larger goal and a task for an action someone in your team needs to take in order to achieve that goal.

TimeCamp Dashboard

Look for client-tracking ability

You should also ensure that the application helps track clients, customers and accounts. Many time trackers also double as payroll apps which can transfer information about attendance tracking and time straightaway to your HR management and critical payroll systems. It should help you to get rid of punch cards and maintain employee time sheets online.

TimeCamp is packed with clients management, so you don’t have to worry about this crucial feature! 

Startup businesses need reliable resources to work properly. Check how TimeCamp time tracking software can increase your startup company and time management skills of your team members!

Ola Rybacka

Content Specialist at TimeCamp, foodie and doxie lover, full-time otaku. よろしくお願いします!

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  1. shopping blog
    March 29, 2017 at 14:24
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    I seldom leave responses, however I read a few of the remarks here Time Tracking Software for Your Startup
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    1. Ola Rybacka
      March 30, 2017 at 06:44
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