New and improved WebTimeEntry has been updated with new functionality that was suggested by you and our end users! This update was geared towards simplifying data entry and creating a faster interface for the user.
What is WebTimeEntry? WebTimeEntry is an enhancement created to work seamlessly between Dynamics GP and KEY2ACT, allowing users to submit labor, travel, and expenses against service calls and jobs directly from a web browser on your tablet or computer.
Here are 8 new features in the recent update:
Show history of what is submitted for current and prior week. History is one of our most significant feature recently added to WTE. You can now view a history of everything submitted via the data entry form for the current and week prior.
Ability to enter time for a crew. Crew time is another big highlight added to WTE. This is an excellent option for foremen and supervisors to log time for their crew on the job site.
Remove the dependency of having to be a technician. The login is now focused around the employee account and not just a technician. Each employee can login and record data against service calls and jobs.
Ability to specify a batch name. Now users can specify the batch name when transactions convert to TimeTrack. The batch options are: Custom 15-character name, Employee ID, by Department, or Custom name with the weekending date or transaction date.
Remove the dependency on appointments, based on setup. An option was added in the setup window that will display jobs or service calls by appointments or select which jobs/service calls you want to display in WTE.
Job/Call dropdown shows both the Job ID and Job Name or Service Call ID and Location Name
Filter cost code dropdown based on cost element
Update labels for expense transaction. When entering a transaction with the cost type of expense, you will now see the cost field.
Want to learn more? Watch our archived webinar as we review these new enhancements in more detail.
Interested in using WebTimeEntry for your business? Contact us for more information.