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Customer Story

Better workforce management in uncertain times (Coronavirus)

HOW TO MAKE INFORMED BUSINESS DECISIONS IN UNCERTAIN TIMES

By Cloud products, custom timesheets, Customer Story, Customers, Outlook, Outlook Timesheet, project management, Scheduling, time tracking, Timesheet, Whitespace

New Outlook timesheet is even easier, faster and there is nothing to install! Outlook appointments already hold most of the information needed for a timesheet. Now, at the click of a button, users can turn their appointments into timesheets. Customers tell us the system saves each and every user around 2 hours a week. That’s like spending the equivalent of a cup of coffee a week to save a day a month!

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Governent Relations Time Tracking

How OutlookTime® can turn Outlook appointments into a timesheet and change your employees’ lives

By Cloud products, custom timesheets, Customer Story, Customers, Outlook, Outlook Timesheet, time tracking, Timesheet

New Outlook timesheet is even easier, faster and there is nothing to install! Outlook appointments already hold most of the information needed for a timesheet. Now, at the click of a button, users can turn their appointments into timesheets. Customers tell us the system saves each and every user around 2 hours a week. That’s like spending the equivalent of a cup of coffee a week to save a day a month!

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Why businesses switch to Timewatch: Efficiency, business growth, competitive edge

By Accountant, business, Cloud products, custom timesheets, Customer Story, Expenses, Invoicing, Outlook Timesheet, time tracking, Timesheet

“Timewatch products definitely do save time,” explains one customer. “Using our old system and doing things on spreadsheets would cost us two hours per week per person at least. Moving from the old system to the new Timewatch system saves time – maybe 30 minutes per person – on what we were using before.It saves them a huge amount of time from reporting and a time analysis point of view. It saves us about 10 hours per month on that side.”

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