9 Excellent Time-Tracking Software for Project Managers

As the old saying goes: ‘Time is money.’ In business, the correlation between time and earnings, or rather time wasting and loss of earnings, is crystal clear.

Efficiency is a field dedicated to the idea of time management and how to get the most from your employees and from your company.

Efficiency experts are often drafted into companies to take a long hard look at the personnel, their current utilization with the goal to ensure there aren’t any glaring leaks when it comes to planned vs. actual hours.

If an efficiency expert is being called in, that means something has already gone wrong. A project manager, it’s your job to know enough about this side of things to avoid needing to get to that stage.

One of the most useful tools in that regard is a Time-Tracker of some sort; software that you can use to keep a tab on the work rate of your office or of certain teams on their projects.

In the age of technology, there are so many options to choose from, so let’s take a look at a few now.

1. Orangescrum

Orangescrum is a popular & easy to use time tracking software. It has many useful features such as agile project management, task management, resource management, time tracking and others. It promises that you will be at least 30% more productive, something many users have witnessed themselves.

All in all, very useful and surprisingly modern services that will help you improve your business life.

2. Google Calendar

It wouldn’t be a list of tech solutions for business if Google didn’t manage to worm its way onto it. Google calendar is an intuitive program with good time-tracking abilities that can be an excellent free option for you and your team. This said, it still makes most sense only if you’re working within the Google+ suite already, and it obviously integrates like clockwork with the other applications that Google offers. It’s highly reviewed and come with all the usual excellent features that Google offers with their stuff. What’s not to like!

3. Timesheet

Timesheet is a time-tracker that offers an individualistic solution that you won’t have even thought about needing before. And that is automatic time tracking. Instead of needing to clock in, Time Tracker has a smart system where it recognizes things like a certain Wi-Fi connection and begins tracking time as soon as that connection begins, automatically backing up the data through Dropbox. The biggest disappointment with Timesheet is that it isn’t compatible with Android, only iOS, which feels as if they’re missing a trick. Otherwise worth checking out.

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Source: https://blog.orangescrum.com/2019/09/time-tracking-software.html

Digital Marketing Specialist at Orangescrum.

Digital Marketing Specialist at Orangescrum.