TiM Case Study
A project management firm was tracking time the old-fashioned way, spending on average, 2 hours a week capturing data and filling out time sheets. They had 650 employees, of which 500 billed for their time.
Installed TiM for the entire company and then challenged the 500 employees billing for their time to find 12 extra minutes of billable time per week.
12 extra minutes of billable time per week per employee led to a net result of over $3 million/year of pure profit!
Professionals were now spending on average 15 minutes/week entering their time and data into the system. That's 1 hour and 45 minutes x 500 employees of productive time invested back into the company - valued at over $4 million.
By leaving timesheets behind and capturing 12 more minutes/day/employee they were able to increase profits by more than 7%, without any additional effort!
Manager Project Coordinator
Everyone in our company needs TiM.
Only complaint I have is that I didn't start using TiM sooner.
I look forward to doing my time, and that is crazy. It is fun and enjoyable, and I never thought I would mention the words 'time' and 'fun' in the same sentence. TiM should be at all companies.
TiM is a game changer.
If you take TiM away from me, I quit.