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The humankind came a long way from the Ancient times of Babylonians when, the Code of Hammurabi said a worker`s wage per day, was 6 grains of silver, until the 21th century, when we have automated time tracking systems and web-based applications.
Time tracking will help you in 3 great directions by making payroll processing more efficient, making costs visible so you can lower them and automating billing and invoicing.
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Build a database of historical information about the length of the tasks
The output from time tracking is timesheets that show how long an individual spent doing a particular task. This is very valuable data because many of those tasks will happen again in the future. Having the information, you will be able to give a better estimation in the future.
If your commercial model relies on charging clients for your time then you need to know how much time to charge them for. Timesheets gives you the details so you can say exactly what you did on a project. This is very helpful if your invoices are queried and also when work takes longer than planned because of changes the client requested.
Manage your workload
By tracking your time, you can see exactly where do you spend the most effort. Timesheets are pointing out why you aren’t as efficient as you think you should be, because they flag up where your time is going. This helps you manage your workload more efficiently both during a single day and also over a longer period of time.