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Empresas e profissionais que procuram um aplicativo simples de controle de tempo baseado na Internet, que os ajude a atingirem orçamentos e executarem projetos mais lucrativos.
Avaliações médias1.367 avaliações
- Geral 4.5 / 5
- Praticidade 4.5 / 5
- Atendimento ao cliente 4.5 / 5
- Recursos 4 / 5
- Relação qualidade/preço 4.5 / 5
Detalhes do produto
- Preço inicial $19/mês
- Versão gratuita Sim
- Avaliação gratuita Sim
Instalado - Mac
Nuvem, SaaS, web
Instalado - Windows
Celular - iOS nativo
Celular - Android nativo
Ao vivo online
Dados sobre o fornecedor
- Higher Pixels
- Fundada em 2005
Sobre o Tick
Tick é um software de controle de tempo, que ajuda as equipes a rastrearem o tempo com facilidade e atingirem orçamentos. Tick integra aplicativos para telefones, computadores e extensões de navegador para que você possa informar horas rapidamente.
Tick integra softwares de gestão de projetos, como Basecamp, Asana e Trello, para levar o controle do tempo e o feedback do orçamento ao fluxo de trabalho da gestão de projetos. Você também pode exportar registros de tempo ao Quickbooks ou Freshbooks, para simplificar o faturamento.
Recursos do Tick
- Acesso móvel
- Cartão perfurado
- Cartão perfurado online
- Controle da estação de trabalho
- Controle de licenças médicas
- Gestão da folha de pagamento
- Mensagens instantâneas
- Rastreamento de funcionários por horas
- Rastreamento de vagas e licenças
- Reconhecimento biométrico
- Relatórios e análise de dados
- Seguimento de assalariados
- Banco de dados de funcionários
- Cobrança e faturamento
- Controle de tempo offline
- Controle de tempo por celular
- Cálculo de horas extras
- Gestão do quadro de horários
- Horas faturáveis e não faturáveis
- Rastreamento de vagas e licenças
- Registro automático de tempo
- Taxas de cobrança múltiplas
As avaliações mais úteis do Tick
Avaliado em 18/01/2018
I type in my time at the end of each day. I have never had any issues.
Vantagens: I almost always have the project name in my head - being able to autofill rather than browse keeps my mind from being interrupted. The same goes for the task - autofill beats browsing all the time, but it's great to know I have browsing were I to need it (1 time out of 20). The way each entry saves in an inline container all on the same page has always been helpful. I take shorthand notes on paper throughout the day of my time rounded to the quarter hour. Seeing everything at once helps me to confirm I didn't miscalculate hours.
Desvantagens: The fact that it could be a little bit more but probably can't be. I'm a freelancer and use all kinds per studio. Tick achieves the time tracking capabilities I need at this office. As far as time tracking & reporting goes I find Harvest to be the best, you guys second. They're even simpler - at least on the the main level. You have them beat on the secondary level of autofill. If you wanted to be more than tracking & reports and included planning I think you could take down Liquid Planner & Mavenlink. If you integrated the visual style and structure of Teamweek's horizontal timeline you might have a corner on the market. You could beat out Liquid Planner (too clunky and granular) & Mavenlink (not enough specificity). I don't see the need to overreach into asset management. Basecamp is better than Liquid Planner for project asset tracking but more and more people are relying on Dropbox/Drive + a Google spreadsheet. Thus people might use you for time tracking, team scheduling, budget forecasting/reports - and then leave the asset management to the more agile Dropbox/Drive/Box world.
Avaliado em 28/04/2017
Where have you been all my career, Tick?
Comentários: Allows me to track my time quickly and easily. Saves time while making me look like a genius.
Vantagens: Where do I begin? Tick saves me an immense amount of time *and* it makes me look good doing it. Time sheets used to be druggery. Always playing catch up at the end of the week (or even end of the month!). The project management software I was using was a clunky solution at best. Other time tracking software was too expensive or was part of a larger ecosystem I had to buy into. Tick is an elegant stand-alone solution that does one thing really well - track time allotted, time billed, and time remaining. The key for me has been the Chrome extension. It's right there so I can make an entry or start a timer while I am working without opening another tab or using another app. And time entry is really easy with the intuitive and responsive UI. I really appreciate the list of recent tasks that quickly populate the time entry. Tick also allows me to quickly see where I am on my budgets and give answers on labor budget remaining. No more "let me get back to you," It's right there and because I now enter time on the fly, its always up to the minute. Tick can produce quick reports by company, project, and task. My clients have been impressed with the professional and detailed time reports. I can also pull out the time entries and feed them into my project management app and my spreadsheets. It's quick and painless.
Desvantagens: If I had to say anything less than glowing about Tick it would be that it's not the easiest to edit past time entries from any of the summary views. The user must find the entry in the task, note the date, and then navigate to the date. That's easy enough if you have Tick multiple browser tabs open but it is *one* thing I'd like to change.