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Likelihood to Recommend

Everhour

Everhour is useful in every environment where you need the measure of time for certain tasks. In most cases, this could be project management but it could also include trips or travels, conferences, congresses, or several other things that you need to take control of the time used. Its less appropriate if you are going to measure things in weeks or days, it's better to measure smaller pieces of time like minutes of hours, so you could have a more useful metrics to work with.
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Time Doctor

Suited well for service-based industries where time tracking is essential for billing and revenue. It's also appropriate for both business and personal use. (For example, to track studying hours or education and training time. Less appropriate? Blue collar usage where the traditional time clock/timecard may still come into play
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Pros

Everhour

  • Very simple to track hours
  • Many great integrations
  • Many other neat features that we will probably use in the future
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Time Doctor

  • Poor time use reports
  • Daily nice formatted overview emails
  • Question of time use after returning to PC
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Cons

Everhour

  • Can only track in Asana/Jira using a web plugin, as opposed to the apps
  • Can't track recurring schedules, only by manually adding time slots
  • Needs a simpler way for new people who aren't used to computers to figure out how much they've worked, like on the homepage for example
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Time Doctor

  • Projects and tasks could be improved, if tasks are created for a project, the user is not able to select a task.
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Support

Everhour

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Time Doctor

Time Doctor 9.1
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The support team was very quick in their responses. Have received updates even on weekends which was very impressive.
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Alternatives Considered

Everhour

Everhour is cheaper and has more features
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Time Doctor

Easier for staff to use because it requires a change in ask and a reminder if computer is idle too long.
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Return on Investment

Everhour

  • We are able to estimate time on projects better, meaning we run over less, and can get more done.
  • Full utilisation of resource is more finely managed through Everhour.
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Time Doctor

  • ROI on using time doctor is definitely there in terms of monitoring productivity without denting employee morale.
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Pricing Details

Everhour

General

Free Trial
Yes
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No

Everhour Editions & Modules

Everhour
Edition
Solo
$81
Team
$72
Team
$53
1. month (paid yearly)
2. user/month
3. user/month (paid yearly)
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Time Doctor

General

Free Trial
Yes
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
Optional
9.99*
1.  per user

Time Doctor Editions & Modules

Time Doctor
On-premise Edition
Enterprise
15% discount1
1. 10 or more users
SaaS Edition
Enterprise
15% discount1
1. 10 or more users
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