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Any open-source time tracking software for employers?

  1. Hunbbel Meer profile image86
    Hunbbel Meerposted 5 years ago

    Any open-source time tracking software for employers?

    Is there any good open-source time tracking software for employers?

    For example, if Mr. A wants to track Mr. B's computer activities (for work related to Mr.A) i.e. how many hours Mr. B worked per day? How many hours did he waste by using YouTube or Facebook instead of working? Something like that ...

    Kindly recommend a good one. Preferably, an open-source, though any good paid software will work as well.


  2. purnimamoh1982 profile image78
    purnimamoh1982posted 5 years ago

    Timetrex is one of the best open source. Visit http://www.timetrex.com/ The best thing is its being open source. You can modify it as per your needsFor a detailed review you may visit http://www.scottgrizzard.com/2008/open- … -software/

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    timothy20posted 5 years ago

    Yes, there is. I think www.timedoctor.com is the best software that suits your needs. It efficiently tracks the hours worked, prevents wasted time (Facebook and Youtube) and allows for better planning. It also generates reports daily/weekly, and the best feature this software has is it runs on different platforms (Windows, Mac and Linux). To read more info about the software please click on this link http://blog.timedoctor.com/.

  4. Glanna Valiao profile image59
    Glanna Valiaoposted 5 years ago

    I suggest you check out Worksnaps - Time Tracking Tool for Remote Work (http://worksnaps.net). It's a great way to ensure employee productivity and client trust. It also integrates with some of the best productivity software out there. smile