If your small business is going to remain productive and profitable, you need to have a solid system for tracking employee hours as well as your own billable hours. While this may seem overwhelming at first, tapping into technology can ease the time-tracking burden. Here we look at six mobile apps to help you do just that.
Android Time Card
This is a simple yet automated method to keep tabs on employee hours. Android Time Card offers basic check-in and checkout features. Completed time cards can be emailed in CSV format for processing in spreadsheets or payroll application. Time Card also tracks mileage and supports multiple languages.
If you need to track tasks that span multiple days for billing purposes, this app can handle it. ClockedIn pushes tasks onto your iPhone calendar for scheduling purposes, and it can create customer and project summary reports by day, week or month.
If multitasking and managing multiple people is your challenge, iPunchclock manages multiple independent time sheets. The app uses your iPhone’s location awareness to add another dimension to your billing records. Data can be exported in different formats or uploaded to Google Docs.
For Android Intuit’s own time sheet mobile app tracks time spent on the phone with clients through a simple timer. The data can be exported as a CSV file, email or text message. A future version will integrate with QuickBooks or QB Time Tracker.
This app caters to those who bill by the hour. You set different hourly or incremental rates for each client and TimeClock calculates the earnings. Data can be exported to a spreadsheet for invoicing so that you can use an invoice generator—or you can opt for the company’s $5 per month invoicing service.
The Timewerks timer keeps running even when the application is closed. The app integrates with your iPhone address book to create new client records and may be customized to accommodate different rates for different tasks. Invoices may be created within the app and sent via email. Timewerks can also be integrated with a separate piece of software to accept credit card payments.
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