The OData Feed provides you with a mechanism to create self-service reporting of the Timemaster data. This can be used with Microsoft PowerBI and Microsoft Excel to analyze your Timemaster data, extending the reporting available in the existing Timemaster Crystal Reports.
The Timemaster Reporting templates are a set of Microsoft PowerBI templates that can be used with chargeable and free PowerBI accounts. Once connected to the Timemaster OData Feed, they present a set of preconfigured reports to help you analyze some of your Timemaster data.
You can customize the reports using the PowerBI desktop application if needed, with a rich set of charts and other display options available. If you have a full PowerBI account you can then publish the reports for wider use within the business.
General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
This release includes additional features to help you comply with this new data protection regulation.
for Timemaster administrators is available to help them understand what personal information is stored on Timemaster and how to secure access to it.
We have also updated our standard operating procedures
for when you send us your Timemaster data for troubleshooting.
One of the key benefits of implementing a centralised system like Timemaster is the ability to track and manage projects in real-time. Having key metrics accessible on your Timemaster home page makes it easier to see which projects are on target, or on track to make a profit, as well as those which are not.
Timemaster adds the Project Profitability, Project Targeting and Project Limits as twelve Top 10 and Bottom 10 widgets with green, amber and red indicators that can be quickly added to your home page, giving you this information at login.
It's possible to reposition them to tailor your view, add extra home page tabs to group widgets, or remove any unwanted ones by dragging them to the yellow recycle bar at the top of the home page.
Go ahead, its simple to personalise your experience by creating a dashboard more relevant to you.
Emailing Invoices and attachments
There is now no need to collate different documents to support the invoice you send to your clients.
Instead, Timemaster now automatically attaches any expense receipts files stored against the expense
to the invoice.
Your invoicing team can also add additional supporting files necessary to further support the outbound
For more information on this feature, refer to the Add/Delete file attachments
section in the
Edit Invoice Header topic of the online Help.
What's more, you can now also email these invoices to your clients directly from within Timemaster. These enhancements provide significant time savings for your finance team when creating and processing invoices, as well as providing a central 'emailed' archive of processed invoices when you use blind copy (BCC).
Some examples are listed below;-
||The ability to Spread, Slip and Change Assignments while editing Resource Planner. You can even skip days of the week while allocating time to a resource.
||The inclusion of the Office Workload. Yes, thats right, the populate Office Workload that so many of you use has now been ported across into the Web application.
||We have included 'What If' scenario planning which enables you to create and save different resource plans before selecting the one you desire.
Want to really delve into the where staff time is being booked and how much it is costing?
How about seeing it per customer, project or task? Are you confident you are able to recover
that time and what has been invoiced so far? Do you want a really flexible way to slice and
dice multiple dimensions, and then be able to come back to that same set of data next week, or
next month such that it remembers your choices?
Well we’ve extended the reporting capabilities of Timemaster by introducing Timesheet
Analysis reporting which provides users with the ability as well as to summarise on Resource Costs,
Recharge Costs, Prime Costs, Written Off and even Chargeable Hours. This means that you can probably
find most information more easily without running or developing a dedicated report to do so.