Integrated Task and Time Management
TrackRay can be used from three business perspectives:
- Task Tracking
- Time Tracking
- Combined Task and Time Tracking
Task TrackingUsing the Task Tracking mode, users can create a Task (job), set its priority, link a task to a Project or a Customer if applicable, make progress notes, specify effort hours, add workflow entries, assign to another user for further completion, edit, close and re-open the task. This mode is also known as Issue Tracking, Job Tracking, or Bug Tracking.
Time TrackingUsing the Time Tracking mode, users can create Time entries similar to the time sheet/time card, specify work title, description, effort hours spent, and link the Time Entry to a Project, Customer, or Activity if applicable.
Combined Task and Time Tracking
Using this mode, users can switch between Task and Time views on the program's Main Menu and work from either perspective.
To track worked hours, there is no need to enter data twice (i.e. once using Task assignment and second time in the Time entry).
Work hours entered by either method are automatically consolidated, allotted to the user and specified categories (such as Project or Customer) and reconciled for reporting.
During the day, user worked:
As a result, a total of 7 work hours is reported for that day.
- 4 hours on a Task assigned to him by the supervisor
- Task Entry
- 3 hours on routine product maintenance
- Time Entry
Most other task or time management software can be divided into either task management or time/time sheet entry categories. Even if both options are offered, data is often kept and reported separately.
With TrackRay, users can operate from the task assignment, timesheet entry or combined perspectives, depending on business needs.
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