5 Useful Online Time Tracking Apps For Small Businesses

What is the best time tracking system for a small business? Here's a look at 5 automatic time-tracking tools to boost team productivity.

Simple time tracking, fast online invoicing, and powerful reporting — these are just a few of the benefits that the best online time tracking tools offer. Online time tracking tools can increase your team’s productivity, simplify employee timesheets and billing and more.

If you have a clear understanding about how your team is spending their time you can work to enhance productivity. Here’s a look at 5 online time tracking tools to try asap.

 

1. Open Time Clock

Open Time Clock is a cloud and web-based time clock system designed for business owners, bookkeepers and payroll professionals to track employee time, absences, PTO accruals, scheduled shifts and more. Meanwhile you can ensure employees only punch in from certain networks, devices or GPS zones. It is also web camera supported to avoid pal punch in. Pricing starts with a free plan with paid plans starting at $25 per month for up to 50 users.

 

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2. Timeneye

Timeneye is an online time tracking tool built for teams and freelancers. It offers a simple interface equipped with a variety of intelligent features. Timeneye includes automatic time capture, billable and non-billable hours, mobile time tracking, multiple billing rates, online time tracking, overtime calculation and time per project reporting. Pricing is free for a single user and starts at $15 per month for two users.

 

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3. Buddy Punch

Buddy Punch is a time tracking app that allows your employees to punch in online or use one of their time clock apps. When it’s time to run payroll you can simply download their time. Buddy Punch is accessible across all Android and iOS devices and the web. Features include job codes, locations, managers, notifications, OT calculations, PTO/sick/vacation, reports, webcam photos on punches, automatic breaks, IP address locks and more. Pricing starts at $29 per month for up to 9 employees. They currently offer a 30-day free trial period.

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Photo: Buddy Punch

 

4. WorkPuls

WorkPuls offers automated apps and website usage tracking with time and attendance. WorkPuls can give you valuable real-time insights about time spent in your company. This app includes automatic time capture, employee database, online and offline time tracking, remote employee monitoring and an overtime calculator. Pricing starts at $6 per month per employee. They currently offer a 14-day free trial period.

 

Source: Workpuls

 

5. Yanomo

Yanamo is a time tracking and invoicing tool for teams and businesses. This app is compatible with iPhone-iPad, iPhone, and web-based. Yanamo’s Business plan is offered at $9 per user per month which includes custom invoicing, detailed rates & reports, expense tracking, retainers & smart budget and bulk invoice scheduling. It comes along with an integrated calendar to track employee hours. While their invoicing feature generates a report, which can deliver productivity insights at the end of each day. They currently offer a 17-day free trial period.

 

Photo: Yanomo

 

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Umar Bajwa is a blogger and freelance content writer at Tenoblog. He’s an expert in blogging outreach and guest posting and enjoys writing about business, lifestyle branding and technology. Connect with @tenoblog on Twitter.

 

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