We all ask ourselves this question from time to time.
Just yesterday, I spent all day working and being productive, yet only got through half of my to-do list. Sound familiar? Tracking your time can shine a spotlight on how exactly your time and resources are being spent. Don’t just clock in at the beginning of the day and clock out at the end of the day. Clock in and out based on which project or client you are working on. The results may surprise you!
IDENTIFY HIGH MAINTENANCE CLIENTS
A client with a larger budget may seem appealing. But if they are sucking up the majority of your employee’s time, are you really making money? With Podio, we create an automation that allows users to clock in and out directly on the action item or project. You can then see exactly who worked on which project for how long.
WHERE DO MY EMPLOYEES SPEND THEIR TIME?
If your employees are tracking their time based on projects, you can see exactly how long it takes an employee to complete a project. This can be beneficial when scoping out future projects and estimating hours.
NO MORE MANUAL TIME KEEPING
With Podio, all time keeping can be exported to your payroll software, such as Quickbooks. Generate reports to keep on top of your time and resources.
President and founder of DVI, Aaron Boerger realized early in life that he had a unique combination of x-ray vision and business acumen for seeing the weaknesses that held businesses back – and the ability to define the right tools, technology and strategy to make them stronger.
From founding a successful technology support business in his early teens, to serving as Chief Operating Officer for several companies in the financial, technology and marketing industries, Aaron has developed a reputation for reinventing technology implementation tactics – and the willingness to tell people not what they want to hear, but what they need to hear, in order to achieve success without overwhelm.
Aaron will always go the extra mile to provide the accountability and support his clients need to achieve their goals, yet isn’t afraid to tell them when they are doing something wrong.