Not every office runs on timesheets, but for those that do, having an easy way to track time across a wide number of employees is a valuable tool. That's why Canadian company Senomix recently introduced a new time and expense tracking system known as Senomix Timesheets to help those businesses which use timesheets keep better track of expenses and time.
Senomix Timesheets works with Microsoft (News - Alert) Excel, already a widely-known and widely-used piece of software, to allow managers to better create reports tracking time and expenses. Senomix Timesheets runs on Mac, Windows and Linux systems alike, and allows for easy connectivity between other systems, making it much easier to consolidate time and expense tracking reports.
Senomix Timesheets is offered as either a hosted service, in which users will pay $9.95 per month, per user, or as a stand-alone system installed on an office network for a one time charge. Those interested in trying it out can also get a 30 day trial version at no charge, and all these options can be found at the Senomix website.
The value of something like Senomix Timesheets is probably going to be better expressed for larger ventures. Small businesses could find some value here, but the basic rule of thumb with something like this is that the business in question would need to have a sufficiently large number of employees that tracking any potential wasted time would actually improve on the system. In a smaller business, most employees are likely to be too busy actually producing to make time tracking all that valuable, but Senomix Timesheets is going to be a reasonably solid way to keep the time tracking out of the employees' way, while still allowing for actually tracking the time in the first place. Expense tracking, however, is likely much more useful for any size company, and tracking waste is going to be worthwhile for most any size firm.
Senomix Timesheets may not be for everybody, but the combination of a familiar environment coupled with minimal obtrusiveness, it's hard to go far wrong with a system that can help bring extra value to the bottom line.
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Edited by Rachel Ramsey