Description de Harvest
Harvest permet de gérer facilement le temps à partir de son bureau et en utilisant le téléphone et les outils préférés, y compris les asanas, Trello et Basecamp. Cette application rassemble ensuite les données de feuille de temps dans des rapports visuels intuitifs qui facilitent la visualisation du travail de l'équipe, capture les projets avant qu'ils ne soient hors budget et permet de prendre des décisions plus intelligentes concernant l'entreprise. Et pour la facturation des clients, il suffit de créer une facture à partir des temps facturables, de la router par e-mail au client et de recevoir le paiement en ligne.
Qui utilise Harvest ?
Harvest est idéal pour les travailleurs indépendants qui ont besoin de gérer leur temps et de facturer les clients, ainsi que les entreprises de services dont l'équipe a besoin de disposer d'un moyen pour un suivi du temps sur plusieurs projets et pour plusieurs clients.
Où peut-on déployer Harvest ?
À propos de l'éditeur
- Fondé en 2006
- Support téléphonique
Harvest - Prix
À partir de :
- Oui, essai gratuit disponible
- Oui, version gratuite disponible
Harvest est disponible en version gratuite et propose un essai gratuit. La version payante de Harvest est disponible à partir de 12,00 $US/mois.Plans de tarification obtenez un essai gratuit
À propos de l'éditeur
- Fondé en 2006
- Support téléphonique
Harvest en vidéos et en images
Fonctionnalités - Harvest
- Accès mobile
- Déploiement basé sur le web
- Gestion de projets
- Gestion des feuilles de temps
- Gestion des ressources
- Gestion des tâches
- Heures facturables et non facturables
- Intégration comptable
- Outils de collaboration
- Pour les petites entreprises
- Rapports et analyses
- Rapports et statistiques
- Reporting et suivi de projet
- Suivi des activités
- Suivi des frais
- Suivi des projets
- Suivi du temps
- Suivi du temps des projets
- Suivi du temps en ligne
- Suivi du temps et des dépenses
- Suivi du temps mobile
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Harvest is the best choice for Small Business Owners
The Easiest Time Tracking Tool I Have Ever Used
Commentaires : Great. The software does exactly what it needs to, we have ZERO problems with it, it is affordably priced... what's not to like?
Harvest is just really really really easy to use. Setting it up is fast and painless, administering jobs is easy, filling out timesheets is easy. Our team had a hard time tracking time prior to Harvest, and once we started using this software it became (almost) painless overnight.
It isn't really a "con" but Harvest is built to serve agencies who have multiple clients and bill them for work performed. We are an internal department within a company, so we had to work around some of the structural elements built into Harvest, but it was no problem. We easily adopted the platform to meet our needs.
Alternatives envisagées : monday.com
Pourquoi choisir Harvest : Team Gantt's interface was clunky, administering it was not intuitive and we had low acceptance / low compliance with our creative teams. Harvest is much simpler to use and now we have virtually no pushback from the teams about timesheet compliance.
Pourquoi passer à Harvest : We chose Harvest over Monday.com because Harvest was much simpler. We preferred that over a bigger more complex tool.
Efficient Time and Expense Tracking with Harvest Software
Commentaires : I have used Harvest software for project management and time tracking purposes. One of the key features that I found useful is the time tracking function, which allowed me to track the time spent on tasks, projects, and clients. This helped me to manage my time more efficiently and accurately bill my clients.In addition, I have also used the project management feature, which enabled me to create tasks, assign them to team members, set due dates, and track progress. This helped me to stay on top of my projects and ensure that tasks were completed on time.I have also used the invoicing feature, which allowed me to create and send invoices to clients based on the time spent on tasks. The software also provided the option to set up recurring invoices and track payment status, which made invoicing more efficient and streamlined.
1.Time tracking: Harvest is particularly effective at tracking time for individuals and teams, providing users with detailed reports that help them manage their time more effectively.2.Project management: Harvest's project management features are powerful and user-friendly, allowing users to easily collaborate and manage tasks across multiple projects.3.Invoicing and payments: Harvest streamlines the invoicing process, making it easy to send invoices to clients and track payments.4.Integration: Harvest integrates with a wide range of other software and tools, including accounting and CRM systems, which can help businesses manage their operations more efficiently.
1.Pricing: Harvest can be expensive for businesses that need to use multiple features or have a larger team.2.Limited customization: Some users may find that Harvest's features are too rigid and don't allow for enough customization to meet their specific needs.3.Reporting limitations: While Harvest provides detailed reports, some users may find that the reporting functionality is limited in certain areas.
I don't admin Harvest. I only enter time into Harvest. I don't like Harvest.
Commentaires : I personally get no benefits from this software. I'm not a fan.
So overall I'm not a fan. That said, documenting expenses is the best I've ever seen in Harvest. It's really well done and simple. Nice and clean, get your photos, get your monies and go. Big fan. That is where my love affair ends with this app. From an administrative point, maybe there are incredible advantages over other offerings. The world may have never experienced such a revolutionary piece of software and I, in turn, am a simpleton; stuck in a world of misunderstanding.
If you write a app which tracks hourly time and tries to put it into buckets for easy expensing, the time-tracking app should be simple for the multitude of non-admin users. Simply put, it's cumbersome and annoying.... and I say that because someone is going to take stronger language less seriously. Forget the fact that you have to enter in time _Daily_. When I say daily, I don't mean that you click on the day, you do the thing and save. I mean that it shows you one day per page at a time. No calendar to quickly go through a week, no monthly review where you can quickly fill in gaps. One page == one day. You can bring stuff over from the last-entered day, but the hours aren't filled in... just the buckets. This leads to an incredibly slow, painful, and frankly uninteresting experience. For a bunch of users who want to do their job instead of fiddling around with tracking how long they've done their job, asking them to use Harvest is basically asking them to make none of their time billable unless threatened with homelessness. It's incredibly painful to use. To be sure, I'm not a fan of time-tracking apps anyway. I akin them to asking your employees to lie to you and giving them a form in which to do it... but Harvest makes the fun of lying to your employer the low-light of your day. It's not fair.
Harvest is a Freelancer's more affordable time-tracking and invoicing option
Commentaires : Harvest has been a game changer for me. When I started my business I was easily able to track hours, expenses, and bill clients without paying outrageous fees for software that had more than I actually needed (and was challenging to learn).
The best part about this software--the price. There is a free option for new freelancers, and for my first year, I strictly used that. Even the free version is highly robust. However, I quickly realized I needed something a bit more custom, and I've upgraded to the paid version, but even that is very reasonable.
I don't really like that you can't send contracts. I feel like if the program includes estimates, it should also have a contract-sending option. I understand it integrates with other contract platforms, but those were so very expensive-—or just didn't appeal to me.
Alternatives envisagées : PayPal Invoicing, Wave Accounting et Toggl Track
Pourquoi passer à Harvest : It was affordable and easy to use, and I never heard any customer complaints! It met all my needs.
Harvest is a great option to consider!
Commentaires : It would be considered a runner-up to utilizing Clockify, I love the visual aspects and ease of use.
I think what I liked most was how the team lead was able to oversee my time tracking so that when it came time to report my hours I didn't have to be part of that process which I believe supported productivity.
The platform seemed to glitch a bit, where time wouldn't start or stop tracking or would duplicate.
Alternatives envisagées : QuickBooks Time, Clockify et Toggl Track
Pourquoi choisir Harvest : I made the switch because of a client wanted to switch, but I also didn't like the integration abilities or visuals of Toggl.
Logiciel antérieur : Toggl Track
Pourquoi passer à Harvest : My client actually chose it because she subcontracted over 50 freelancers and it was what functioned best for her needs.