Each timesheet follows a workflow from submission to approval to make the process as easy as possible for both managers and employees. Time can be divided by project to make billing easier for various projects. If an employee works primarily on administrative functions, that employee can be instructed to choose a specific category on the timesheet and still have his time tracked for payment and reporting purposes.
Through the dashboard, supervisors can see all their managed employees on one page, approving or rejecting timesheets individually or all at once. If a supervisor needs to make changes or approve time from a previous pay period, that pay period can be reopened directly from the supervisor’s dashboard.
Use the timesheet manager console to quickly review and approve timesheets as a project and department manager or timesheet administrator. The manager’s rejection notes are also sent via email. Easily identify users who have not yet submitted their timesheet in real-time. Timesheet approval is driven by an underlying workflow platform that provides a graphical representation of your processes.
Numerous workflows are available for time approval to also account for project manager approval and auto approval.
Timesheet.com’s Expense Reporting feature allows team members to conduct expense reporting from a PC or any mobile device. No more wasting time on calculating hourly expenses. Timesheet.com’s easy-to-use interface puts the information in one place, where it can be updated throughout the work week.
Managers can view all expense reports from one dashboard. Clicking on any employee’s report brings up a detailed look at that employee’s reported expenses, along with attached notes and receipts. Items can be marked complete or extracted by last name, In Progress states, dates, and more.
With Timesheet.com’s reporting, managers can pull information for the purpose of gaining insight into such issues as expenses, time worked, and invoices. Users create the reports they want to see from the numerous reports available within the system. Some examples of reports are Project Cost Budget Status Report, Charges by Client, Client Invoice History, and Project Time Summary by Resource.
Once a report has been chosen, users are asked to define a date range for the information they need. Users then select information to be included in the report, as well as whether they want the information to be sorted by name, client, resource, or similar options.
When a new employee is hired, Timesheet.com gives administrators an area for entering information about that worker. This includes hire date, evaluation due dates, whether the worker is an employee or consultant, and whether the employee is part-time or full-time.
In this area of Timesheet.com, users can also assign security roles and approval groups for employees. If an employee is a supervisor, that employee should be set with an approver account to allow for approving timesheets. An employee’s manager is also assigned in this screen to ensure that employee’s timesheets and evaluations fall under that manager’s login.
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5 reviewers had the following to say about Upland Timesheet's features:
We integrate the Tenrox data to our in-house financial system.
A good solution to manage projects and report time, however this is a pretty outdated software.
Tenrox support, project manager, and account manager have all been extremely flexible and helpful over the course of the entire project.
Buy the product and get rid of the spreadsheet/duplication of work madness.
We use both the imesheet and project management capabilities.
I could use more flexiblity in the adhoc reporting capability but being able to do what I can has helped reduced the cost of creating custom reports until the business is sure of what they need.