Our belief is that time tracking is both foundational and complex enough to the way organizations function, that the best is required.
TSheets does timesheets right, striking the perfect balance between clunky, corporate systems with sub-par service, and small-scale, second-rate applications built with all bark and no bite.
Managing your most vital asset — your employee's time — is a top priority, whether you are a small business or run a large international organization. TSheets is a time tracking application that replaces paper and obsolete timesheets with a more accurate, mobile and flexible solution. We strive to empower business leaders with a better way to track, manage and report employee time. Our business philosophy: simplify time tracking with easy-to-use technology that works seamlessly and flexibly for everyone, from IT and HR departments to end-user employees.
How do we make time and labor management easy? Well, for starters, you can track your time on most any device, from anywhere. Clock in and out via your computer, smart phone, text, dial in, or even Twitter. Control timesheets in real-time with our customizable management tools and immediately reduce expenses arising from overtime, inaccurate payroll reports, and compliance issues. And then you use all this information to enjoy the real payoffs with integrated payroll, vacation, invoicing, and customized reports.
TSheets, founded in 2006, boasts a 98+ percent customer satisfaction rating and has been rated the #1 most user-friendly app by customers. TSheets customers have shared their documented reductions in payroll costs with exceptional ROI. It is easy to set-up and 24 x 7 x 365 support comes standard with every package. There are several pricing options available to accommodate freelancers up to major corporations with no contract requirements.
Boy, have we reviewed a lot of time tracking applications of late. DeskTime, CaseFox and Smart Employee Scheduling come to mind as some of the best of recent times. So what does TSheets have to offer? Well, whatever it is, ... Read more