Depending upon your business you may require timesheet functionality integrated within your ERP implementation. This functionality is generally used for:

  1. Tracking the amount of time that employees spend on external jobs which can then be invoiced to the client.
  2. Keeping track of work which is done out of hours and so attracting a different hourly rate.
  3. Tracking general employee time and attendance, including overtime and work carried out on public holidays.
  4. Quick and accurate calculation of total labour and used material costs.

From our experience, each client works very differently where Timesheet functionality is concerned, so we tend to carry out a certain level of customization within this area to deliver the exact functionality required. Let us consider the Timesheet functionality in more details below.

How it works

Whilst logged in to the ERP system, select the required criteria for your timesheet report, such as: employees, period of time, materials & callouts, and the system will automatically calculate the required values within seconds. The report can be printed out or you may simply view it within the ERP system.

When using our Timesheet functionality, you will be able to:

Increase project profitability by managing your time and the time of your team much more efficiently;

Assign tasks according to the employee’s current workload or capacity;

Estimate the duration of the project implementation and development and make strategic decisions on this basis;

An aid to hitting project milestones;

Deliver succinct information to all concerned when it comes to task evaluation;

Helps to stay on budget by tracking material expenses at the task / project level;

Analyze which of your employees contribute the most / least;

Estimate whether you have enough human resources to implement new projects;

Prevent your employees from getting overloaded.