Time Management Tracking
Time Management Tracking helps monitor and control the time that is being spent on a project. This has two advantages – one by constantly monitoring the time that different tasks associated with the project are taking, managers can understand on a regular basis whether the project is on track to timely completion. They can then take corrective action as and when needed before it turns into a major crisis. The second advantage of time management tracking is that once the project has been completed and the entire picture is presented to the management, areas that were not efficient enough can be identified so that future estimates of the time and effort taken for projects of a similar nature can be more accurate.
Time Management Tracking
An important part of time management tracking, especially in the context of project and task management, is timesheet reporting. Most customers are billed on the basis of the number of hours that are spent on their project and it becomes vital that employees who have been assigned to the project accurately track the time they spend on these projects. Any under-reporting of the number of hours will result in loss of revenue for the company and if this gets spread over a large number of employees, the loss can be substantial. On the other hand, over-reporting should also be avoided since that can cause a loss of trust in the company.
Time Management Tracking – Important Aspects
These problems have been well-recognized for some time now and management of organizations have been looking for good time management tracking tools that will help employees track their time better and turn in more accurate timesheets. However, some of the problems associated with these time management tracking tools have been as follows –
- They are not easy to use, have a steep learning curve and require that employees log in to different systems to note time for different projects. This makes the whole exercise highly time-consuming instead of being smooth and efficient.
- Secondly, not many time management systems make it easy to use the data that is collected through the timesheets for any other purpose such as improving CRM or project forecasting.
It is not surprising then, that TimeSheet Reporter, a comprehensive time management tracking tool has found such great popularity. It offers many of the features found in standard timesheet reporting tools and much more.
To begin with, TimeSheet Reporter makes it very easy for any employee to submit time. Since most employees nowadays use the Microsoft Outlook Calendar to schedule meetings, appointments and tasks, TimeSheet Reporter leverages on this infrastructure and allows employees to submit their timesheets directly from Outlook calendar once the task or activity is done. No logging into different systems or having to understand new interfaces.
TimeSheet Reporter makes it easy for supervisors to get an overview of the timesheets submitted so that entries can be easily approved or disapproved. Finally, data from TimeSheet Reporter can be easily exported to or data can be imported into TimeSheet Reporter from existing systems such as accounting or CRM to aid organizations in improving their efficiency.
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