What we believe in
The better the data - the better the decisions.
For companies that track time, there is no easier way to increase profits than to improve the accuracy of their time tracking.
With time tracking accuracy, only one variable is changed. But this change automatically leads to a multitude of profit-relevant, improved decisions.
- Whether more hours are billed - or proposals and retainers are priced more profitably.
- Whether projects and resources are planned more efficiently - increasing paid workload and project flow.
- Or whether controlling can actually identify profitable and unprofitable projects - and management can react by taking prompt countermeasures, by specializing or by outsourcing.
What we don't believe in
That people are able to track their times more accurately.
Because what are they supposed to improve? Their memory? Make better estimates? Think harder? Forget less?
Keeping track of time is exhausting and distracting from the work at hand. The better you focus on your work, the less you think about noting times or punching stopwatches.
Anyone who actually believes that manual time tracking hardly costs any time - or even comes close to reflecting reality - is most likely not tracking times themselves.
Neither the time cost - nor the inaccuracy have to be.
If you have a memory aid.