Time tracking built for 2020
February 12, 2020

Time tracking built for 2020

Matthew Gardner | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 7 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with TSheets

We use TSheets within our Engineering and Product orgs to track time in relation to Government grants that reimburse for time spent on R&D projects (SRED, for example). We were auditing a couple years ago, and the auditor had us commit to detailed time tracking for future years, and TSheets filled the gap. It's easy to use, has working mobile apps people can use to clock in and out of projects, and gives the right high-level that we need to ensure people are using it and also to return with our grant claims.

Pros

  • Time tracking
  • Mobile Apps

Cons

  • Switching projects often in a day
  • Adding/maintaining many projects
  • Proving R&D hours spent for grant ROI
  • Made time tracking easier than manually tracking in spreadsheets
We are currently switching to Jira for our time tracking as we've moved into using it heavily to the point where we can estimate well enough time spent for our purposes (government grants). For a contractor or team working on billable hours, TSheets would be superior. For a SaaS business like ours, an automatic estimate like we can get from Jira is better.
The few times I have talked to support they were fast to reply and gave answers clearly that solved my problem. No negative experiences at all.

Do you think QuickBooks Time delivers good value for the price?

Yes

Are you happy with QuickBooks Time's feature set?

Yes

Did QuickBooks Time live up to sales and marketing promises?

Yes

Did implementation of QuickBooks Time go as expected?

Yes

Would you buy QuickBooks Time again?

Yes

TSheets will work better for its core use case, which is I think hourly billable hours. We sometimes have people context-switch many times a day and to do this within TSheets takes a lot of work, from the feedback I've received. People often forget to change, and I need to chase them down at the end of the week to fill in gaps or make fixes. It would work great if you were spending 4-8 hours a day on the same project.

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