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This CRM Review examines Harvest.
In-Depth CRM Review
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New York, NY 10010-5803
CRM Category: Sales Management Support – Cloud
Sub-Category: Time Tracking
Seats: Small Enterprise
About the Company:
We believe software should be useful, simple, and fast – so you can work better, get more accomplished, and make smarter decisions for your business.
Harvest was founded by Danny Wen and Shawn Liu in 2006, at a small office in downtown New York City. During the years leading up to launching Harvest, we ran a web design studio called Iridesco. As our business grew, we looked for tools to help us scale. We searched for a way to easily track time and invoice for our services. We wanted a well designed application that took user experience seriously. We wanted a service that innovated with technology.
We couldn’t find one…
So we decided to invest our own time, energy and money into creating what we knew was a better way to run our business – and Harvest was born.
Harvest was immediately embraced by other small businesses looking for a simpler and better way to work. Today, Harvest serves the time tracking and billing needs of thousands of customers around the world, from freelancers to small businesses to departments within Fortune 500 companies.
Harvest is headquartered in New York City, in a huge loft office in Flatiron. We’re independent and profitable, with our customers as our only investors. Each day we come together to listen to our users, solve problems and continue to improve our service.
About the Product:
Time Tracking Made Easy
Time tracking is simple and lightning fast with Harvest. Set up takes seconds, and there’s nothing to install. We’ve simplified the timesheet and timesheets approval process so you can stay focused on work.
- Simple to use – One click time tracking. It’s never been this easy.
- Simple to access – Track time anywhere. From your web browser, mobile phone or desktop.
- Simple to deploy – No installation or lengthy manual to read.
One-click Time Entry
Start and stop timers throughout the day with the click of a button, or quickly type in your time on the weekly timesheet.
Track time anytime, anywhere – on a PC, Mac, mobile device, or desktop widget. You can even track time via Twitter, Gmail, and other popular applications such as Zendesk.
Perfect For Teams
Manage your staff’s time and approve their timesheets within Harvest. Set Harvest to automatically remind your employees to submit their timesheets. You can even adjust staff permissions and roles to meet the needs of your team.
Desktop Time Entry NEW!
Enter your time straight from your desktop with Harvest for Mac or the Harvest widget for Windows 7/Vista. Simply download, sign-in, and track time effortlessly.
See how your business is distributing its time across your projects, tasks and employees. Turn on filters to highlight just billable, non-billable, employee or contractor hours. Export your reports to CSV, Excel, Google Spreadsheets and more.
Seamless Invoice Integration
Create an invoice that automatically pulls in project hours and expenses. Harvest retrieves and organizes all your billable hours, so billing is easy, accurate, and fast.
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