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One of the beauties of TimeSheet Professional is that it can be quickly and easily configured to your business’s requirements from within the TimeSheet client. For small, straightforward systems this can take just a couple of hours – less if what is needed is a close fit to one of our “off the peg” implementations.
The TimeSheet database is configured to gather the information you need to deliver your reporting requirements and any links to other systems.
Elements such as
in fact whatever is required – are added to the structure together with any custom fields needed to hold further information such as accounting codes, rates, project budgets or links to other systems.
All the above is really quite straightforward, as TimeSheet has up to a 10 level structure in which to define the components, with up to 10 custom fields to hold further information for each component.
If this sounds complicated, we can reassure that it isn’t.
Business rules are set to define the relationships between the elements and it’s these that make it easy for users to put tasks on their time sheet and then make time entries. Creating task with 10 elements may only take two simple selections if the rules are right. Business rules also protect the organisation from users inadvertently making “illegal” selections.
With this done, your system is ready for your initial information such as lists of employees, customers and their projects and the activities or work that people do. And you can have any amount of historic data imported, if you need it for reporting or costing.
In the meantime, you decide what different people need to see on their time sheets, setting up the appropriate views and who needs to be able to do what, creating appropriate security profiles. Add an approval process if you need one, and you’re ready to start.