Timesheet Software For Client Billing: A Buyer’s Guide

Traditional methods for capturing billable time on projects can cost your company money. Relying on paper forms, e-mail, and spreadsheets prolongs the data gathering process, introduces errors, and can lead to missed hours and employee expenses. A new breed of project time-tracking software can help. This buyer’s guide shows you what to look for as you evaluate project time-tracking software to improve your client billing.
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