TimeCamp is an intuitive time tracking software with multiple functionalities to manage and increase team performance. It includes billable time calculator, an attendance tracker and an invoicing module.
A cloud-based solution, designed to help project managers track time of their teams. It helps them co-work, track billable work hours and control the status of projects. The software features also a variety of reporting, billing, and invoicing functionalities, which will for sure delight those, who deal with cumbersome time tracking programs, inaccurate client bills, and lost or inaccurate reports. It also promotes time management by helping users analyze their productivity and time spent on documents. Furthermore, it manages offline activity, enables to set achievable goals, track holidays, absences and of course attendance.
Timecamp is a tool designed to help you prioritize your time and manage it effectively. It comes particularly useful for project managers or freelancers, working with many clients and tasks simultaneously.
TimeCamp is not meant to be a tool to invigilate one’s productivity or working style. It shouldn’t be also used as a way of micromanaging the team. It can be a valuable tool when it comes to create more accurate budget estimates and increase productivity. Once you will understand it, you will be more receptive to the concept. Furthermore, it is obviously not a spyware program as well (as some may think). It does not collect any detailed information about the user.
In case you need any assistance with TimeCamp, you can get it via four channels. First and foremost, there is live chat service provided 24/7. You can also submit a ticket, which will be processed by an assistant assigned to your case. You can of course use the Knowledge Base provided by the TimeCamp’s team, finding the answer for your problems in one of the multiple cited issues. The last option is an online consultation, arranging an appointment with one of the agents.
1. How is TimeCamp licensed?
The system is implemented in one SaaS model – in which the implementation cost depends on the number of employees covered by the system.
2. Can TimeCamp be used as a payroll system?
Sure. You can use complementary both the attendance module and billing rates to create a payroll system inside of the TimeCamp. Attendance report includes users working hours, efficiency, breaks, and day types. In billing settings, on the other hand, you can define a different salary rate for each employee. All in all, you will be able to set up easy-to-use payroll structures.
3. Can TimeCamp slow any computer down?
It should not, as the app installed on one’s device is a very subtle tool, running smoothly in the background. It sends few kilobytes of data to the main server every five minutes and that’s basically it.
4. Is the application running when the computer is connected to the local network?
Yes. The program stores the data. Once your device is plugged back to the network, the app uploads all collected data onto the server.
5. Is TimeCamp available in different languages?
Yes, the tool is available in English, French, German, Polish, Portuguese (Brazilian) and Spanish
TimeCamp is priced on a per-user-per-month subscription basis. You can choose from 4 pricing plans. Each of them can be subscribed monthly or annually. The elementary one, called Solo, is available for free. It features one click time tracking, graphical timesheets and timers. Then you have the Basic one, available for $5.25 per user per month billed annually ($7 billed monthly). It includes all the features from Solo plan, as well as exporting reports to Excel, add-ons and integrations with third-party apps, and tracking budgets for projects, and billable and non-billable time. The Pro Plan looks pretty decent, offering all the previously mentioned features, as well as: invoicing tools, report scheduling, timesheet approvals, automatic calculation of costs and incomes, project costs and billing rates, and automatic screenshots. If you represent a large-scale company, you can choose the top-notch Enterprise plan. Available for 100+ users only with price negotiated individually, it provides all previously mentioned features, plus a dedicated guidance and support, an optional SSO, an on-premise dedicated infrastructure, and optional synchronization users with active directory.
There is also a free trial version available for 30-days, allowing you to test the software. If you are a student, university or school teacher, or a non-profit organization employee, you can count on additional 50% discount.
available for 100+ users only
Forget about complex Excel tables and long hours spent on filling them. TimeCamp can track time for you automatically, saving and organizing the results the way you like. It tracks time the moment the computer is turned on and when an employee is changing the computer.
Users can choose between 5 different types of reports, filtering, exporting and sharing them with colleagues. You can also benefit from these amenities when collaborating on other tasks.
TimeCamp lets users follow billing rates per tasks, projects, or employees, not only tracking, but also managing online payments. It allows also to base quotes, custom taxes and invoices on project hours.
Basecamp – Basecamp software is a private, secure space online where people collaborating can organize and discuss matters in order to get their project done. Integrated with TimeCamp it will allow to integrate basecamp and todo list to TimeCamp, monitoring the time needed for particular actions.
JIRA –Jira integration with TimeCamp allows you to assess time for projects and issues you are working on. Define unique keywords to your Jira tasks in Timecamp, so that it can automatically switch between them, when keywords will occur in window’s title.
Slack – Slack is a modern team messaging app, allowing to create and conduct conversations in public and private channels. Integrated with TimeCamp it will allow to track time spent on channels for the whole team.