Most likely you are looking at this because you have the need for time-tracking of some sort! And you might be asking yourself why Tempo instead of what you have or even the time-tracking options that come with JIRA? To understand Tempo better answer these statements. If they are true for your company you might want to consider Tempo:
- Staff is logging hours in multiple systems (billing system, task system, and bug-tracking system)
- Staff is under pressure from administrators to enter hours into the billing system while simultaneously being pressured by Project Managers to enter hours into task and bug systems
- The process of adjusting approving timesheets and billable hours info is tedious and time-consuming
- Clients do not see any value in the billing sheets generated by the billing system
- Your processes do not cohere with your agile/lean efforts
- Staff and management are frustrated by the overall process
- The path from hours worked, to hours logged, to hours billed is a vastly inefficient journey and requires a lot of manual entry of data.
- Financial system is not tied into the solution
So what does Tempo change for an organization? Many organizations have reduced the number of systems they use with Tempo and Atlassian JIRA. Not only have they accomplished doing that they have been able to simplify the overall workflow from work2billing.
So what would the potential benefits be:
- Reduction of processing costs by 50%
- Happier clients - timesheets are easy to understand
- Happier employees
- Accessible from any computer
- Fully integrated system from JIRA to your financial system