“Our accounting department thinks it’s easy to use and customize for specific projects and expense allocation,” explains an executive at this industry leader.
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A growing company can’t be run the same way that a business was when it first started out. Evolution and business growth means a different approach is needed. With more customers and more employees the business needs to be managed just as efficiently and productively as when it had a handful of staff.
A giant multinational real estate company uses our business products. The company recently upgraded its project and financial management tools to to ensure it stayed in top of its business and maintain success.
One size does not fit all when it comes to a timesheet system which is why having the choice to design exactly what works for your business is important. There may be similarities between one organization and another but ultimately no business is the same.
Every day you are wasting valuable time duplicating data by entering information into Outlook that could be used to enter your on timesheet. Frustrated (and possibly a little bored), you may have wondered why you can’t just post appointments from Outlook to your timesheet. Now, with OutlookTime®, you can do exactly that.
The problem is this: Microsoft changes what Outlook does every year when it releases a new version. Every year a product that plugs into Outlook will “break”.
We developed OutlookTime®: a timesheet that lets you turn Outlook appointments into a timesheet in seconds. Most businesses use Outlook, so we figured, why not leverage the appointments people already have in their calendar to post to a timesheet?
Business thrives in a secure and stable environment. Uncertainty surrounding Brexit and how the UK government plans to roll out its withdrawal from the EU presents challenges for all entrepreneurs and business leaders.
With the cloud, there’s nothing to download, no device support issues, no IT department needed, no issues with compatibility, and no issues with upgrades. Good, reputable cloud software runs in a browser, so it should run run on PCs, Macs, Linux, Chromebook, phones, and tablets.
With offices and customers in the UK, USA, Australia, and Asia, we are sometimes asked about the location of our data storage facilities for users of our cloud-based products.