With Tempo you can now map and plan people and teams to projects with a mouse click and allocate their time and vacation just as easy. Use the team and project timesheets to see, at a glance, worked and planned time by project, period or task. Plan your projects as easy as it is for your team to record their time.
Even time planning becomes easy and convenient with Tempo and JIRA. Get a quick snapshot of your time; view tasks you’ve been working on, tasks you’ve planned or recorded time against, or new tasks assigned to you. Access transparent overviews with workflow statuses and worked or planned time. Quickly log work straight into the timesheet or within the JIRA issue itself. Use the Tempo timesheets to get a quick overview of any project status and see convenient breakdowns of worked and planned
By integrating Tempo with Atlassian OnDemand, you can have a fully integrated time-tracking solution that provides a far better environment to work with resources and expenditures, providing your team with better ways to plan, track and adapt time.
Work smarter together.
Integrating Atlassian OnDemand and Tempo gives you access to:
- Painless time tracking
- Resource planning
- Management for customer and billing
- Time sheet approval processes
- Deep integration with JIRA & GreenHopper
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Still not convinced? Here are some testimonials from customers who have integrated Tempo with their Atlassian development suite.
“Time tracking is not the most pleasant job in the world. Tempo makes it easy and intuitive, and improves the JIRA standard interface considerably. The timesheet is reponsive and easy to use, the tempo reports are very handy and have no alternative in JIRA, and I expect tempo to help us with planning of time thanks to the new planning module. Tempo has made my life easier to approve and corrrect bookings of ourpeople.”
-Ronny Timmermans, XeniT Solutions
“Tempo and JIRA are a great combination at any company. Even if you don’t currently think you need to track time, I would strongly recommend you develop that culture. It’s a culture of communicating and it helps everyone make decisions about how they use their time. The most important tool that any leader has, is simply how we use our time. If we don’t know what we’re doing, then we can’t make decisions about how to use this most precious resource.”
-Michael Rainwater, Balfour