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Are you handling several projects with different milestones, deadlines and budgets? Trying to manage all this information is confusing. Sometimes, you may not even be completely sure how many projects are in the works concurrently (and who is supposed to be working on what).
You are probably frustrated with trying to keep track of all the details. Without good visibility into your projects, you don’t know which ones are on schedule and which projects are woefully behind. Even more troubling in today’s cash strapped economy, you can’t identify those projects that are creeping up on the dreaded “over budget” line.
You need a solution that dramatically increases the ease, efficiency, and accuracy of managing multiple projects.
Get Instant Relief with Project Status Reports
With the Project & Billing edition of Web TimeSheet, you have access to tools that help you manage every aspect of your company’s projects in real-time. You are able to see at a glance where each project stands and how many estimated hours you have remaining. You can identify and address projects and tasks that are lagging behind as well as those that need to be immediately re-evaluated to control costs.
Get everyone involved in Actuals and Estimates
Getting your team involved in acheiving on-time, on-budget project delivery is key to your success. You can easily set-up multiple projects with estimates on timeline and cost. As a project manager, you can assign projects and tasks to team members and start collecting actual time spent and time remaining. Individual timesheet screens have a project progress bar to provide immediate feedback on where the project stands. This helps team members see which projects need attention.
Everyone Benefits from Project Visibility
Keep project managers or your whole team up to speed with automated emailing of any report you select (or configure build) in Web TimeSheet. Depending on how fast your projects are moving, you can set up this automatic distribution to occur once a month, once a week – or even every day.
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