Powerful yet simple configuration and customisation
If you are currently evaluating time and expense tracking software, you’ll probably have noticed that Office Timesheets offers a lot more customisation and configuration flexibility than other commercial applications. And you don’t need development/programming know-how to make use of its many features.
Within its time and expense tracking core structure, Office Timesheets is fully adaptable to your company’s unique terminology, policies, processes and procedures. And you can change or add to your initial setup whenever you choose.
Among the features you’ll benefit from with Office Timesheets are:
- a customisable interface you can specify via your assigned security policies
- fully customisable element levels (data collection buckets) – clients, projects, cost centres, etc., with additional custom fields available at each level
- custom rate tables with both standard and overtime rates applied by effective dates
- fully customisable reporting periods, approval process and notifications
For more information and examples of screens, please read on…
Customisable User Interface for each User Type
User security policies within Office Timesheets determine what users can do and see when logged into the application. Not every user needs to have access to every function tab. This makes it easier to protect the data and means that users’ screens are clear and focused exactly to their needs. Office Timesheets is thus simple and fast to use – a crucial point when you need to preserve the accuracy and true meaning of time and expense data.
Here’s what each of these time and expense tracking interfaces might look like in Office Timesheets:
Security set to only show Timesheet interface for Employees:
Security set to show Timesheet, Reports, and Process Management Tabs for Managers:
Security set to show all Timesheet tabs for Administrators:
User Definable Tracking Elements
When you install Office Timesheets you find a default configuration of element levels (data collection buckets). However, you can rename these and customise them to suit your company’s particular needs until you have up to 10 element levels. Examples include:
- cost centres
Define timesheet element tracking levels:
User Definable Rules to create Tasks for making Time Entries
Office Timesheets has a rules engine that includes element level dependencies for task creation and required element level selection.
Define timesheet task rules:
User Definable Employee Rate Tables
Within Office Timesheets there are 5 employee rate tables, which you can customise to include both standard and overtime rates, as well as rates by effective date and other factors such as billing rates, overhead rates, pay rates, shift-differential/hazard rates, etc.
Define employee time tracking rates:
Employee Rate Table Dialogue:
User Definable Employee Time Tracking
Office Timesheets enable you to customise your reporting periods, approval process and notifications by employee/user type, division/region, etc. You’ll find more information in Approvals and Alerts.
Define timesheet reporting periods: