ClickTime Software Update Includes BI, Supports Android and iPhone

By Jessica Binns, Contributing Editor — June 28, 2012

Clicktime.com, Inc., a provider of hosted timesheet and expense tracking software, released ClickTime Web Timesheet 7.0. This new version includes business intelligence and data visualization with dashboards for managers and employees, offering major project management components in the ClickTime Resource Planning suite. It also supports the mobile workflow with the ClickTime Mobile App for Android and iPhone.

Highlights from the new time tracking and expense software include:

  • ClickTime Mobile App for Android and iPhone - The perfect mobile companion application for tracking time, expenses, and receipts integrates seamlessly with ClickTime 7.0. This free download for ClickTime users allows employees to shoot and upload receipts directly from any iPhone or Android smartphone.
  • ClickTime Resource Planning – Companies can easily track monthly project budgets and efficiently allocate and distribute employee hour and budget resources.
  • Company Dashboard – Administrators, managers, and decision-makers can analyze graphs and charts that make it easy to discover business trends and obtain vital key performance indicators.
  • Billing Goals – This new goal and management component integrates seamlessly with time tracking, allowing companies to improve billable utilization and easily set and track progress towards billing goals.
  • Personal Dashboard – The latest iteration of ClickTime displays on-screen updates of real-time daily progress towards billing goals for employees, as set by managers.
Immediate Availability

For a free ClickTime Web Timesheet 7.0 trial, click here.

Download ClickTime Mobile for Android and iPhone here.

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