So, you’ve signed up for a Timesheet demo, now what?

Have you signed up for a free, no obligation, fully functional Dovico Timesheet demo environment? NO – If not, what are you waiting for? Click here to check it out YES – If you have, you probably already logged in a couple of times, saw some fake data in there, got a feel for what Dovico has to offer, but now you are left wondering: “What is the next step?” Personalized Demo Data I know what you…

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Dovico Timesheet: Formatting dates and numbers on exporting

Does your data display the wrong Date / Number formats when you export? When you use the Export function, now directly available within the newer views in Dovico Timesheet, the exported data may initially appear to be exported in the wrong date and number formats. This happens when you export to .xls or xlsx, or when you export in .csv, open the file in Excel and then use the “Text to Column” function. This occurs…

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How To Get A Little Help From Friends

In business as in life, we all get by with a little from our friends. Every company that starts off is just like a friend attending a party of new friends for the first time. You are unsure how to navigate the room, who to talk to and where to start the conversation. If you are fortunate, you will find a familiar face in the crowd, and that is the person you can grab hold of…

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Dovico Project Alerts

By Carl Chase One of the features I like to show during a demo is Project Alerts. I always seem to get a positive response when I show this feature. The project alerts permit you to track time and cost against predefined targets. Example: Alert me when my project’s costs reach $50,000. When your project reaches that amount, the alert is triggered and you are notified via the software’s user interface and optional e-mail. You…

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7 keys for optimum project and timesheet control

Keep your business profitable with these key takeaways Your company has deadlines to meet and the project at hand is not much different than the one before it, yet you are questioning why this project has so much time against it. You have the same amount of employees working on this project as the last one, but this project has consumed double the time. Why are you over the projected allotment of billable time and…

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Dovico Reporting: Employees With Zero Time

One of the biggest requests for reporting is a simple report to show who has not submitted time. Sometimes it can be a frustrating task to pick out who in your organization has not submitted their time. When the deadline is here the need to find out who you may need to send a reminder to submit their time becomes critical. Now you don’t have to run a report of who has submitted time and then…

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25 years of time well spent 

A Letter from Dovico Co-Founder Diane Doucet How time flies when you’re having fun!  From a startup in 1993 to a well-established company today, I’ve had the pleasure of being there for the ups and the downs, and all the curves along the way.    I had no clue back then what would become of Dovico or where it would bring us, but I’m happy to say that it’s a place where I feel like home…

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How much time do employees spend doing real work?

Understanding where employee time is spent and realigning that time to “fit” the project at hand is a major step toward greater profitability. “Time” is the key word, it relates to money and software that saves and tracks time, increases efficiency and cuts project costs. Whether a company is small or an enterprise-wide corporation, they all have the same challenge of not wasting an employees time and making sure they are working on the projects…

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The Perils of Deleting

If you are thinking of deleting employees, projects, tasks from your Dovico database — DON’T. I think the problem started with Windows 95; When Microsoft popularized the Recycle bin. When the definition of ‘delete’ was corrupted so that ‘delete’ doesn’t mean delete any more. I believe Apple actually invented the Recycle bin (Trash). Now, this may be somewhat of a shocker but we’ve been too busy developing new stuff to create a Recycle bin. Delete means delete…

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