Pacific Timesheet has announced new advanced SaaS timesheet search and reporting features on online timesheet comments and notes. Customers can now data mine their timesheet tracking systems to support customer inquiries for government contracting and other projects.
Jim Dickerson, VP of Operations, explains, "Many of our customers in government contracting, or providing customer or professional services need to have quick a ready access to work comments, notes or issues recorded in timesheets." Dickerson continued, "These features are easily accessible on dashboards and in our custom reporting engine."
Increasingly Pacific Timesheet is being used as a system of record for recording all work activites, including notes, comments and issues related to projects, activities and tasks. These advanced search features allow Pacific Timesheet customers to use SaaS timesheets and timesheet software systems to make advanced extensive searches of all timesheets for key words and phrases important to customer work or the general management of an organization.
About Pacific Timesheet Enterprise
Pacific Timesheet (pacifictimesheet.com) is a leading provider of time and attendance, time off and absence management, time and labor tracking and project/job and work order time tracking software and services. It's main product, Pacific Timesheet Enterprise, is known for its unprecedented ease-of-use, flexibility and reliability. Built on platform, database, and browser-independent and provided as a software as a service (SaaS) or on-premise software solution. Pacific Timesheet's Time Management Systems are used across more than 40 industries and by some of the world's leading organizations such as Applied Materials, Ceres, City of Albuquerque, FMC, Joy Mining, Openwave Technologies, Ontario Institute for Cancer Research, NOAA, New Visions for Public Schools, Turner Construction, The Clinton Foundation, University of Massachusetts, University of Virginia, and many more. The Company has resellers in North America, South America, Europe, Africa and Asia. If you need additional information about Pacific Timesheet go to the website, or from outside North America call +1 650-641-2760.