HMS has released TimeControl version 6.4. The new version includes numerous new and enhanced features including a new Project Manager Validation View and a new MyAssignments View.
TimeControl is now available as a mobile interface. As of version 6.2, TimeControl will now include a mobile interface specifically designed for iPhones, Blackberry’s, Android and Windows 7 Mobile devices. The web-application requires no purchase of additional software and there is nothing to install or download. Users will simply point their smartphone’s browser to the special URL that is part of every TimeControl and they’ll see the new interface.
HMS has released version 6.1 of its well known TimeControl timesheet system. This new version extends the TimeControl architecture with all-new support for MySQL along with updated support for Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle and Sybase, new functionality including Personal Pre-loads and a whoe rewrite of numerous administraiton functions such as Table access into TimeControl 6’s multi-browser architecture.
Most articles here talk about the strategic intent of enterprise timesheet and enterprise project management systems. But, not doing your homework on the operational side of the house can cause lots of mischief after a system has been implemented. Here are some of the best practices on enterprise systems we’ve encountered over the last few years.
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TimeControl 6 free hosted online trial is available now.
You’d think that ERP systems would be the be-all and end-all of products. Why then are vendors like SAP and Oracle so keen to have 3rd party vendors on their list. The answer of course is that it’s quite common to integrate specific tools with these ERP beheamouths in order to create a complete solution.
HMS has released the latest version of TimeControl, 5.1.2. As usual, the new version has a number of fixes but more interestingly, the version now supports the use of Primavera “Steps” for updating tasks. This project updating feature lets a project manager define a number of sub-activity steps which can be progressed individually. The summary of that progress can be used to update the progress of the task itself. Now TimeControl will transfer any steps…
Here at HMS we’ve decided to publish a brand new blog that’s specific to our TimeControl timesheet software. The TimeControl blog is at blog.timecontrol.org and will include tips, techniques, frequently asked questions and other information about how to get the best out one of the best recognized and extensive timesheet systems in the world. Stop by the blog.timecontrol.org Blog to see what we’re doing there.