Our products are highly configurable so that we can perfectly match your business needs today and in the future. Our support is excellent and we do not outsource this service.
“It got rid of a lot of duplicate work for us. The software fits the customer. We didn’t have to change our processes, OutlookTime® just made them more efficient.”
“We have a small staff – about 20 of us – but we have a lot of projects that we are working on and we needed a way to track billable project hours.”
MyHealth Access Network links more than 4,000 health providers and their patients to a state-wide health information system. The idea is simple: if you’ve ever had to fill out the same form several times, or new forms with the same information, you’ve experienced the need for information sharing between doctors.
“We are also better able to track invoicing and to share job recovery information more widely. We have managed to reduce backlogs in timesheets and can now understand project performance in real time.”
Just like a penalty shootout, syncing scheduling sounds like an easy and fundamental thing to do but it is actually quite complex. This is why Timewatch products are world beaters.
If you think our products are only used by people in offices keeping an eye on the clock it is time to think again. Timewatch software is used by students learning to fly as well as pilots flying commercial and military aircraft.
“We usually set our calendar several months in advance. We need to know where we are going next week and the week after. If a customer calls with an emergency situation we need to plug them in to open spots.” Masterleo uses Whitespace®, a Timewatch resource scheduling and planning package to meet those organizational needs.
The response from our customer? “Your product and your developers are truly the best”. Do you have a reporting, time tracking or scheduling business challenge that you need fixed? Contact us and we will meet your needs
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