TSheets

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TSheets
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Developer(s)TSheets
PlatformWeb platform, iOS, Android
TypeTime tracking software
Alexa rankIncrease 460 (January 2018)[1]
Websitewww.tsheets.com

TSheets is a web-based and mobile time tracking and employee scheduling app . The service runs in a web browser or on mobile phones. TSheets is an alternative to a paper timesheet or punch cards.


History[edit]

Based in Eagle, Idaho, TSheets was co-founded in 2006 by CEO Matt Rissell[2] and CTO Brandon Zehm. In 2008, TSheets released a native employee time tracking app for the iPhone. In 2012, TSheets released an integration with accounting and payroll software QuickBooks. In 2015, TSheets accepted $15 million in growth equity funding from Summit Partners, bought a building in Eagle, Idaho, and opened a second location in Sydney, Australia. TSheets currently employs more than 150 employees.

On December 5, 2017, Intuit announced an agreement to acquire TSheets. The transaction is valued at approximately $340 million of cash and other consideration and will close on January 11, 2018. Once the transaction closes, Time Capture will become a new business unit within Intuit’s Small Business and Self-Employed Group with Matt Rissell assuming the leader role reporting to Alex Chriss. TSheets’s Eagle, Idaho site will become an Intuit location.[3]

PRO Program[edit]

The TSheets PRO Program was launched in 2013. The program is for accountants and bookkeepers and is designed to assist their clients in simplifying payroll and other processes.

Product[edit]

TSheets began as a very basic web-based time tracking software and is now a mobile time tracking and scheduling software/app with GPS location tracking, seamless software integrations, and custom settings.

Software integration[edit]

TSheets has partnered and integrated with a number of HR, accounting, and payroll software. It also features an open API — allowing developers to merge TSheets with their existing applications and software (if no integration exists).

Press[edit]

TSheets has received press in the technology and business sectors, including an interview with CEO Matt Rissell in Fast Company’s WorkFast TV series, and mentions in Inc. and TechCrunch, republished in the Washington Post.[4][5]

TSheets has also appeared in Business 2 Community,[6] Idaho Business Review,[7] and the WSJ[8] among several other news and online technology sources.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "tsheets.com Site Info". Alexa Internet. Retrieved 2 January 2018.
  2. ^ "How to Fail Your Way to Startup Success". Huffington Post. http://www.huffintonpost.com. Retrieved 12 December 2014. TSheets
  3. ^ "Intuit to Acquire TSheets: It's About Time". investors.intuit.com. Retrieved 2 January 2018.
  4. ^ "TSheets Lets You Clock-in To Work From Your iPhone". Tech Crunch. Retrieved 18 June 2011. TSheets, a web enabled timeclock tracker, has just introduced an iPhone web app version of its site. The web application allows users to clock in or out of work from a remote location, and also gives professionals a handy way to keep track of their billable hours.
  5. ^ Kincaid, Jason (8 July 2008). "TSheets Lets You Clock-in To Work From Your iPhone". https://www.washingtonpost.com: Washington Post. Retrieved 18 June 2011. TSheets, a web enabled timeclock tracker, has just introduced an iPhone web app version of its site. The web application allows users to clock in or out of work from a remote location, and also gives professionals a handy way to keep track of their billable hours.
  6. ^ "The Best Mobile Apps for Money Management". http://www.business2community.com: Business 2 Community. Retrieved 18 June 2011. If you do extensive traveling to get to your clients and bill for that, you might add the TSheets Time Tracker app to your repertoire, as well. This app allows you to use your phone’s GPS to track travel distances...
  7. ^ "Time tracking company TSheets draws major online attention". Idaho Business Review. Retrieved 18 February 2011. If anyone still doubts the old maxim "necessity is the mother of invention," then they’ve never heard of TSheets. And if they’ve never heard of TSheets then they haven’t been reading Inc.com or checking on new media info powerhouses TechCrunch.com or Technorati.com
  8. ^ "Idaho Further Stirs Debate Over Taxing Cloud-Software Services. The Meridian-based company, owned by CEO Matt Rissell, develops and sells ..." http://wallstreetjournal.com: Wall Street Journal. Retrieved 7 February 2013.

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