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Timewatch releases new features for employees working from home

By Cloud products, custom timesheets, Customers, Outlook, Outlook Timesheet, Scheduling, time tracking, Timesheet, Timewatch in the community, 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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How to save time at work and free up three hours per week

By Time, time tracking, Time&Money

Timesheet users typically save between one and three hours per week. Easy manager approval and automatic timesheet alerts save administrators even more time. Powerful rating systems allow customers to match their commercial charge out rules, with rates by person, customer, project, date, type of work, or any combination of these. Flexible rates makes time and billing simple, easy, and accurate.

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World Cup fact: scheduling referees and resources across Russia is complicated but here’s one way to make it easier

By resource scheduling and planning, Scheduling, Timesheet, World Cup

The logistics and scheduling for World Cup referees and volunteers has to be managed to perfection. Timewatch understands the challenge of resource scheduling and how important it is to get right. Scheduling 99 World Cup match officials and 15,000 volunteers is not something an event, organization, or business should do with sticky pieces of paper or an Excel spreadsheet.

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How Timewatch creates customized solutions for our customers

By Cloud products, Customers, Scheduling, time tracking, Timesheet, Uncategorized

Customers tell us that they choose Timewatch® over other options on the market because they need a long term solution – something they won’t need to replace every year, something they won’t outgrow, something that is configurable, something that will meet their needs today but has enough flexibility to adapt to future challenges.

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