Enter, approve, report: Tracking
how your team is spending time is as easy as 1-2-3 with Time Tracking and Management.
You know you're busy, but if someone asks how much time you spent on
Project X, can you provide that information quickly and
accurately? With Bamboo's Time Tracking and Management
you can. Time Tracking and Management
lets you report time spent on project tasks, time cost,
administrative work, vacation, sick leave, or define additional
custom time categories. Timesheet managers can review
and approve time entered by their direct reports. Executives can view
comprehensive and informative reports through various filters such
as time period, department, and project.
Product Overview and Benefits
Enter time, approve timesheets and view reports on cost and time in one place. Automatically add tasks to timesheets for
more accurate time and cost tracking.
Configure, standardize, and control the time entry and approval
process with customizable options for timesheets, task lists, cost
centers, approvers, and more.
Improve policy compliance with customized alerts and reminders
for timesheet submission, approval, and overdue.
Control who can create, submit, and approve timesheets with centralized
Improve workforce management with reports by actual work, actual cost, time period,
department, project, resource, and more.
Integrate with Project Management Central
to allow project teams to report actual time spent working on tasks in PM Central projects, and therefore the accurate percent complete for each task.
Time Tracking and Management� for
SharePoint can be
configured in the way that best fits your time management needs.
Whether you need a basic time entry tool or comprehensive time
management features, Time Tracking and Management can work for you.
No matter how you use Time Tracking and Management, you have full access to the approval and reporting features for timesheets. You can also
configure reminders for time entry and approval using Alert Plus Web Part.
*Note: Bamboo products are not supported in an IIS Web garden configuration.
Release Notes for SharePoint 2010: