Detail, accuracy, and clear data is critical for Masterleo’s business which is one reason the company upgraded from Timewatch’s legacy Wallchart® for Windows system to Whitespace®, the cutting-edge resource scheduling and planning platform that runs on PCs, Macs, Phones and Tablets.
Upgrading to Whitespace® – Timewatch’s resource scheduling and planning service – opened the door to many new features that enhanced Masterleo’s ability to run its own business efficiently.
Timewatch was the perfect product to meet its needs – completing timesheets, claiming expenses, generating management reports.
“All the other applications we looked at were missing something and did not quite suit our specific needs. In contrast we found that if time® did not have exactly what we needed we could find a work around.”
Do you use Microsoft Outlook and need to enter timesheets? It is likely that every day you are duplicating time and effort by entering the same information into two different locations.
Imagine if Microsoft leveraged the technology in the Surface Book to create a new, hard, keyboard with extra battery power for the Surface Pro.
Fantastic tech, but will they go anywhere? The issue for Microsoft is not the phones – they are superb. It’s not the operating system – that, too, is superb and now years ahead of Apple and Google.
Timewatch CEO Graeme Wright’s expert opinion was sought on workplace collaboration and the benefits of Office 2016 over Google. Wright noted many Timewatch customers had switched from Office to Google for workplace apps but the arrival of Office 2016 may reverse that trend.
For Sphere, Timewatch’s ability to accurately track costs on projects sealed the deal. “We have people working all over western Canada and submitting timesheets was a challenge,” explained Dan Chartier. “With Timewatch, we now have the ability to know who has and has not submitted a timesheet.”