Track Salesforce and non-Salesforce users' work time in your Salesforce org! Track time on your mobile phone, laptop or desktop. Your Salesforce users track time inside Salesforce. Non-Salesforce users track time on their mobile apps or online on a webpage. The mobile app is available in 4 modes:
Managers and Supervisors have real time access to where their employees are and who's working on what projects. GPS locations and photos from the jobsite allow managers to have complete visibility into the project. They can quickly approve time sheets and PTO for one or more people. Our intuitive dashboards and reports make payroll and billing easy and painless. Manage employee times and budgets, easily.
Know exactly when employees start and stop work. No more guesswork.
Spend less time on payroll with employee time directly in Salesforce.
Monitor remote employees' timesheets painlessly. See who's working, when.
Time Tracking so simple, your team will actually use it.
All your users (non-Salesforce users too) use the Time Tracker app to track and submit times from their mobile phones. Easy dashboard and reports help users keep track of the hours that they have worked.
Your Salesforce users can track time within Salesforce. Simple reports and charts gives your users full control on their time.
Salesforce and non-Salesforce users can use a simple web app to track and submit their times. Managers approve/reject timesheets easily and quickly.
Miscommunications and delayed messages can cause disruptions in tasks and end up costing you a lot of money and effort. For companies that rely on field staff, effective and efficient communication with field staff can mean the difference between a profitable and a wasted day. Now, managers at the office can send messages to one or more members of their team from within Salesforce.
Phone calls are unreliable and time consuming. You no longer need to deal with bad connections, employees who are driving, background noise. Send job details or updates as Messages. Now all communication is clear and in writing.
Communicate efficiently, effectively and safely with your field staff!