Tempora Timesheet Software

Tempora Update V2.45

As of 06/07 2019,all Tempora users, unless opted out of automatic updates can look forward to the following changes: Bug fix: [#95]: Utilisation reports. Fixed date selection and filtering on the report criteria. Also fixed Target hour calculation. Bug fix: [#96]: Late timesheet email report. Fixed an issue where the last person in the list[…]

Tempora Timesheet Software

Timesheets Software

What is a Timesheet?At Tempora, we regularly speak with individuals who have been tasked with finding a timesheet solution, with very little prior experience into what they are, or which one is a good fit for their requirements. With so many options available, we have written this little guide. Whilst we provide timesheets for agencies[…]

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The importance of tracking non-chargeable activities

It’s often a misconception that timesheets should be used purely for chargeable time, to ensure invoicing correctly for the work completed and staff paid appropriately. Whilst this certainly is beneficial, there is great value in tracking non-chargeable time, whether that be time spent pitching, conducting internal admin or other internal matters.This can help your business[…]

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The benefits of big data

Big Data and Ways To Utilise It What is big data? Big data is the term given to a large volume of data. This can be anything from years of financial transactions to purchase history for thousands of customers. In particular, a database that spans across a large volume is considered big data. Historically, it[…]

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Introducing Staff Timesheets

How to introduce time recording to your team As a timesheet provider, we are aware that time tracking isn’t for everyone. It’s a common joke that recording a timesheet is almost a job in itself. Additionally, teams may have reluctance about completing timesheets, seeing them as a sign of mistrust or a way of spying.[…]

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What is HTTPS – Safe Internet

What is HTTPS HTTPS, an abbreviation for “Hypertext Transport Protocol Secure” is the same as the HTTP protocol but uses a “Secure Socket Layer” (SSL) for security purposes. The HTTPS protocol is used to encrypt the data being sent back and forth from the website to the browser. If a malicious entity tried to capture[…]

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