Would you recommend the solution to other companies?
When we were first introduced to TimeJam, I immediately saw the value. It was revolutionary to get people to enter time daily when the details were fresh and enjoy entering it.
Even if we got 1% better data daily across the company, we would quickly recoup the costs of TimeJam and positively impact the bottom line.
Working with the team from TimeJam was easy, and getting the systems set up and connected took no time.
We setup our TimeJam teams as cross-functional, allowing for a mix of client facing and internal teammates. The teams quickly became competitive and had some good-natured ribbing in our Slack channels.
At first, some teammates missed the time deadlines, resulting in fewer points for the team. We saw teams self-corrected this behavior consistently, and team members generally did not want to let their team down.
If you are an organization that bills time to your clients, TimeJam is a must have. You may not see dramatic results as Kolme did, but I guarantee if you are not tracking time daily, you will see better data reporting with TimeJam. That hopefully translates into increased revenue!
Even if you are not a services organization if you track time and use time data for any type of internal metrics, such as baselining development efforts, or understanding pre- or post-sales costs, utilizing Timejam will give you the best chance of attaining accurate data to help you make business decisions.