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I am the Controller of a 50-person service company currently using Peachtree.  I am curious if anyone can recommend a relatively inexpensive timetracking system that allows employees to track time to projects and has good reports for month-end easy reporting.

Thank you for your input.

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Wayne Spivak
Title: President & CFO
Company: SBAConsulting.com
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(President & CFO, SBAConsulting.com) |

You don't say whether its App based, Web based or C/S based.

I use Freshbooks for my company. It's easy, fast and there are some reports (it also allow you to bill and send those bills via e-mail).

Mike Tate
Title: Controller
Company: ACHC
(Controller, ACHC) |

Thanks Wayne! And we are open to all those types of software options.

Lynn Zeiner
Title: Business Manager
Company: DME Alliance, Inc
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(Business Manager, DME Alliance, Inc) |

we use replicon.com (Web Timesheet) we like it and the new cloud-based version appears to be more user friendly.

Thomas Phillips
Title: President
Company: Effective Agreements
(President, Effective Agreements) |

I use a lesser known package called Responsive Time Logger from Responsive Software. I think it gives a lot of bang for the buck. It is very user friendly, the reports are very adaptable, and it will send invoices to QuickBooks. http://www.responsivesoftware.com/

Mike Poe
Title: CFO
Company: XinRay Systems Inc
(CFO, XinRay Systems Inc) |

Also consider actiTIME at http://www.actitime.com/. From their website "There is a 100% free version available that contains basic functionality for small teams up to 10 users. And of course there is a more powerful version that you can try for free either online or after you download and install our web timesheet on your computer."

It works for us and it's an excellent value. Whether it works for you or not will depend on your needs.

Michael Garibaldi
Title: Owner
Company: MTG & Ass., Ltd.
(Owner, MTG & Ass., Ltd.) |

I would re-write the question to state - who has used a time tracking system that integrates with peachtree? Adding another disparate accounting app may make your life harder, not easier. I am a big fan of Harvest. Easy to use and set up.

Mike Tate
Title: Controller
Company: ACHC
(Controller, ACHC) |

Thanks to everyone for their input!

Mark Woollgar
Title: Partner
Company: Adams Woollgar Financial Services LLC
(Partner, Adams Woollgar Financial Services LLC) |

We use Toggl. I researched a whole lot and found that it is the best tool out there for timetracking for our consulting business. I do not know about the PeachTree integration though. I do know that they cannot integrate well with QuickBooks but that is more of a QuickBooks problem.

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