TimeCamp Software Review: Overview – Features – Pricing

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TimeCamp is a time tracking software for individuals, teams and companies. It has many features including manual and automatic time tracking that tracks time by monitoring certain keywords on active computer applications. It helps businesses monitor not only time but also expenses so they can be profitable. It helps individuals by notifying them of their schedules and deadlines so they can be productive. It is a time management tool that is essential in project management as well as human resource operations.

Features, Benefits, Product Strengths

  • Billable Hours Tracking and Invoicing ‚Äì TimeCamp time tracking software helps track billable hours in projects for accurate implementation and customer satisfaction. With one click, users can track time automatically and monitor time visually with a graphical timesheet that integrates with a calendar. It provides quick information about profitability as well as risks for delays. Historical information of estimated and actual time also helps in better predicting and estimating projects. Time entries and billed hours allow users to quickly create professional looking invoices. Filters and reports enable users to track different clients and different projects per client. It also has automatic invoicing based on hours, notification when clients view their invoice, and integrated payment gateways.
  • Time Management, Attendance and Time-Off Tracking ‚Äì The time tracking software promotes productivity by providing the visibility for users to self-monitor their productivity as well as know how their colleagues are spending their time. It helps users reach their goals with productivity analysis and information. Users can check how much time they spend on which documents, websites and applications. It also has timesheet approvals, attendance reports and analysis, absence analysis, start and finish work time analysis. It can track which resources are present and absent, as well as holidays, days off and others.
  • Multi-platform, Mobility and Integrations ‚Äì TimeCamp works on Windows, Mac and Ubuntu. It has native apps for iPhone and Android as well as a Chrome extension. It has a great advantage over other similar applications because of its great integrations with other productivity tools, especially task and project management applications. It works well with Trello, Podio, Asana, Wunderlist, Basecamp, JIRA, Teamwork, Targetprocess, ActiveCollab, Redmine and more.

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TimeCamp has three plans, a free solo plan and two premium plans. The free plan is for one user and includes features for manual and automatic time tracking, and tracking computer usage. It also includes for mobile and desktop apps and unlimited projects and tasks. The Basic plan is priced at $6 per user per month and is best for small agencies and businesses. It includes for unlimited users, projects, and tasks, mobile and desktop apps and features for tracking time, productivity, billable time, budgeting, exporting and integrations. The Pro plan is priced at $9 per user per month and is best for mid to large-sized companies. It has the most number of features mentioned in the other plans with the addition of invoicing, timesheet approvals, project costs, billing rates, scheduled reports and priority support. A free 30-day trial period is offered.

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Target Market

TimeCamp is ideal for professional service agencies, companies and consultants. It is also for startups, business managers, office managers, teams, and busy individuals who require a time management application to improve efficiency and productivity.

Supported Languages

TimeCamp is available in English, Polish, German, French and Spanish.

Some of their Clients

Clients include XTB Online Trading, Rainbow Tours, NTT System, DSV Global Transport and Logistics, and LiveChat.

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One user described TimeCamp as the most simple and easiest to use from the many tools and integrations that he has tried.

Another user stated that since he discovered this software, his work as a freelancer became much, much easier, so much so that without it, he would not know where to start.

Why TimeCamp

In any project, endeavor or business, tracking and managing time is critical to measure one’s effort against a goal, deadline, investment or target profit. TimeCamp is easy to use, affordable and integrates with so many applications already used by people. At present, it does not have features for tracking non-computer activities, such as meetings, phone calls, presentations and the like. Tracking software can also be viewed by employees as surveillance. However, it is an effective solution that collects data regarding computer time usage and allow users to clearly visualize how much of that was spent productively.

Company Info

TimeCamp is a product of Time Solutions, Ltd, a privately held information technology and services company with offices in Los Angeles, CA, USA and Wroclaw, Poland. It was founded in 2008 and Kamil Rudnicki is the CEO. The company promotes time management through its time tracking software to provide its many advantages to users and help them successfully manage their business. It aims to be the equivalent of Google Analytics for people’s computer use and offline work time. It continues to add new features and integrations with popular applications as well as improve existing features, such as Spanish and German translations of the software and website.

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