1. Intervals

Intervals is powerful time tracking with reporting, task management & project management. Intervals time tracking features include timers for easier and more accurate time tracking. Simply start a timer and leave it running while you work. Then, apply the timer to your timesheet. Intervals marries online time tracking with task management to make tracking time more natural. This union also makes reporting a lot more powerful, as you can break down your workday by projects and tasks. If you are a dollar-for-hour company, tracking time is a necessary evil. Whether you flat bid or bill hourly, you need to know how your projects are progressing in real-time. Even if you don’t bill hourly, using Intervals time tracking software to know where your time is going is invaluable.

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2. Mavenlink

Mavenlink is a solution that allows your team to track time and expenses in the same platform where they actually do work. Track billable and non-billable time and expenses at the project or task level. Record time as you work or easily log hours at the end of the day or week. Log time and expenses on the go using our mobile app, and easily capture receipts by taking a photo with your phone. Analyze time and expenses tracked across your organization. From tracking time to approving it, Mavenlink makes it easy and intuitive to input those financial details — allowing you to keep your focus on delivering great work. Use Mavenlink to drill down and review the details for specific projects, clients, and teams.

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3. Monday.com

monday.com has extensive capabilities to help you manage any project with an intuitive design that makes it easy for any team to master. You can set deadlines and easily view the progress of any task with our views and time tracking features

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4. Wrike

Wrike helps you track time spent on tasks and generate time reports. Manually add a timelog entry or use Wrike’s task timer to have Wrike keep track of time for you (just hit play or pause whenever you want to start or stop the timer). You can only track time for one task at a time. If the task timer is already tracking time for one task and you try to begin tracking time for another task: Wrike automatically pauses tracking time on the current task and begins tracking time on the new task. Wrike integrates with QuickBook and Harvest.

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5. UniPhi

UniPhi for your business integrates distributed data collection of task progress, time spent and contract values with the generation of invoices to clients and integration of this data to your accounting system.

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