What problem did you have with time tracking?
Nikos: We had a few tools in use before that. Horrible integrations in project administrations that were simply not user-friendly. Tools that are not easy to use are also not popular. In time recording, this results in inaccurate times. Then there is the human factor. People forget, are distracted by e-mails, phone calls or colleagues. When things get hectic, at best you notice at the end of the day that the stopwatch is still running. Sometimes, however, not until the next day ...
How was timeBro able to solve the problem?
Nikos: With timeBro, you don't have to think about it anymore, because time tracking runs automatically in the background. Thanks to the clear display of active programs and documents, you can see exactly when you were working on which project. Even small interruptions can be assigned to the right project. Nothing gets lost in the heat of the moment.
How did you experience the introduction of timeBro? Was there an integration with other software?
Nikos: We introduced timeBro almost simultaneously with Moco. Moco is excellent in all disciplines to manage projects - from proposal to invoice. While researching Moco, we also came across timeBro. Automatic time tracking was quite appealing. Linking the two tools was so straightforward that I honestly barely remember it. Projects were imported automatically at the first go, the assignment is self-explanatory. It doesn't take long and then you're in, I'd say.