ThinkQ Inc. is a small, woman-owned, service-disabled veteran business. The company’s main area of focus is consulting for the United States Government. ThinkQ Inc.’s specialties are A-76 Post-Competition Accountability, and Quality Control, Quality Assurance, and Quality Oversight. Along with government consulting, they do general consulting work, and develop software applications to solve specific problems related to their areas of specialty.
ThinkQ Inc.’s services are focused in three areas:
As an organization that has employees based throughout the United States, ThinkQ Inc. relies on internet technologies for company-wide communication.
With their current time tracking system, ThinkQ was finding:
Before finding Web TimeSheet, ThinkQ Inc. used Excel spreadsheets to track time. Every two weeks employees would send these files to their managers for review. The information would then be extracted and used to construct invoices for clients. After realizing that they needed a better solution for time tracking, ThinkQ Inc. took a two-pronged approach to their search, creating two teams from the IT Department to work on the project. One team began evaluating commercial software; while the other team determined the feasibility of building a program in-house. After reviewing the results of this process, ThinkQ Inc. decided to purchase Web TimeSheet because, according to Cary Shaffner, Deputy Director of Operations at ThinkQ Inc., “Web TimeSheet is our dream timesheet. If we were to sit down and try to build a timesheet program, it would be Web TimeSheet.”
"Dealing with Replicon to purchase [TimeBill] was beautiful. We asked 'how much will it cost?' and you told us. We've found that with other software companies, we'll ask for a price, and they'll say, 'how about we meet for lunch to discuss it?"