It’s hard navigating around to find a timesheet software that suits your budget, so we’ve done all the research so you don’t have to…
actiTIME offers two software versions: actiTIME online and actiTIME self-hosted. The key differences are outlined below:
- actiTIME Online
The free plan includes basic time tracking and reporting options, unlimited projects, and essential email support. However, it only allows up to 3 users and has limited integration options.
The paid actiTIME online plans include additional features like overtime registration, time track approval, Chrome extension, Zapier and QuickBooks integration, and API access. The pricing for different numbers of users is as follows:
- US$6.0/user/month for 1-40 users.
- US$5.0/user/month for 41-200 users.
- Fixed cost for 200+ users.
Note: These prices are based on annual billing and offer a 20% discount. Monthly billing will result in different prices.
- actiTIME Self-Hosted
This version provides an option for businesses that want to keep all user information on their internal server instead of uploading it to the cloud or Amazon servers. It includes access to the Windows/Linux versions of the software but excludes technical maintenance, daily backups, and integrations with actiPLANS.
The pricing for actiTIME Self-Hosted is US$120/user plus a $1200 one-time payment for 10 users. The one-time payment varies based on the number of users. You can get more information from actiTIME’s support team for additional discounts.
Apploye provides users with four different pricing plans, all available monthly and annually, with a 10-day free trial. It also provides 6 months free, if someone selects the annual plan.
Solo: At US$2/user/month, this plan is ideal for freelancers or contractors as it contains basic features like time tracking, project management, client invoicing, and scheduling.
Standard: At $2.5/user/month, this plan consists of all the Solo features and team management features like attendance tracking, payroll, third-party integrations, etc.
Premium: At $3/user/month, this plan is a culmination of all Standard features with the added benefit of employee GPS location, project, and team-specific organization, as well as some new features to come soon.
Elite: At $3.5/user/month, this plan contains every feature offered by Apploye, including but not limited to screenshots, app and URL tracking, and engagement analytics.
ATracker has three different pricing plans. However, the pricing plans for ATracker Pro on iOS and Android are different.
Free: Free to use with restrictions.
ATracker Pro(iOS): For US$4.99, users can get ATracker Pro on their iOS devices, which includes the following features: unlimited tasks, data export, skin support, advanced settings, note on task entry, no ads, widget, apple watch support, and multiple iOS device sync via Dropbox.
ATracker Pro(Android): For $2.99, users can get ATracker Pro on their android devices, which includes the following features: unlimited tasks, data export, skin support, advanced settings, note-on task entry, and no ads.
Premium: For $2.99 a month, users can access ATracker via the web on PC/Mac, data sync with ATracker on iOS/Android/Web, have the unlimited advanced tag (numeric/drop-down), have unlimited active goals, easier entry of data, and easier exporting of data. However, to ensure smoothness, the user must have upgraded ATracker on an Android/iOS device. The subscription will be managed on the respective device.
Avaza offers several pricing plans to meet the needs of different types of businesses.
Free: Comes with unlimited project collaborators and external contacts with chat access, but only ten customers. However, users with timesheet/expense access, admin/invoice access, and resource scheduling access are limited to 1. Team members with chat access, active projects, and monthly invoices are limited to 5. 100MB of storage and regular email and chat support is provided.
Startup: At US$11.95/month, it offers everything available in the free plan. Includes 2 users with timesheet/expense access, and 1 user with admin/invoice access, and resource scheduling access. Active projects are limited to 20, and monthly invoices are limited to 50. 10GB of storage and priority email and chat support are provided.
Basic: At $23.95/month, it offers everything in the Startup plan but with greater access. Includes 5 users with timesheet/expense access and 2 users with admin/invoice access. Active projects are limited to 50, and monthly invoices are limited to 100 on this plan. 20GB of storage, along with priority email and chat support, is provided.
Business: At $47.95/month, it offers all details included in the Basic plan. Includes 10 users with timesheet/expense access and 5 users with admin/invoice access. 30GB of storage is provided, along with priority email and chat support.
BambooHR provides users with two pricing plans, Essential and Advantage, and the option of getting a custom price for free.
Essentials: This plan includes employee records, report generation, email alerts, and the mobile app.
Advantage: This plan has all the Essentials features with the added benefits of onboarding and off-boarding, an applicant tracking system, in-depth custom reports, and employee surveys.
The pricing varies based on the number of employees and the specific features and services included in each plan. Aside from the basic plans, customers can pick some add-on features for an extra cost, such as project tracking, employee timesheets, assessments, performance reports, and more payroll options.
All features of Beebole are available at one flat rate. They call it “Everything but the kitchen sink.”
For €6.99/user/month, Beebole provides unlimited clients, projects, and tasks, limitless customizable reports, and live one-on-one support. This includes the option to add more remote users whenever needed, along with the addition of every other feature Beebole has to offer.
BigTime has three standard plans to choose from, Express, Pro, Premium, and Custom Plans. Details of the four are given below:
Express: At US$10/user/month with a minimum of five users; the Express plan is BigTime’s least expensive plan (although still quite expensive compared to other software in the market!). Includes limited features for project accounting, research management, and in-class support.
Pro: At $30/user/month, the Pro Plan offers features for project accounting, management, business intelligence, and in-class support.
Premium: At $40/user/month – yikes! – the Premium plan includes all premium features of project accounting, management, collaboration, business intelligence, and more.
Custom Plans: BigTime also offers custom plans if the predefined ones don’t work out. The price is defined based on the requirements and features that you select.
Buddy Punch offers three pricing plans to cater to the needs of different businesses. Each plan includes a free trial period to help users decide which plan is the best fit for them.
Standard plan: At a base fee of US$19/month and $2.99/user/month billed annually (or $3.49 if billed monthly), this plan includes time tracking, time off tracking, basic GPS, reporting, alerts and reminders, job tracking, break planning, payroll integrations, and multi-channel support.
Pro Plan: At a base fee of US$19/month and $3.99/user/month billed annually (or $4.49 if billed monthly), in addition to all the features in the Standard plan, it includes employee scheduling, shift trades and covers, schedule templates, schedule notifications, availability management, and early/late/absent reporting.
Enterprise Plan: The price for this plan is not listed on the website and requires users to contact Buddy Punch for a quote. This plan includes everything offered in the Pro plan plus single sign-on (SSO) and API access.
BusyBusy offers three pricing plans: Free, Pro, and Premium packages. All packages can be availed for two months for free upon annual payment.
Free: Includes GPS time-tracking, job costing, equipment tracking, and unlimited users.
Pro: For US$11.99/user/month, includes a 30-day free trial period, with features such as GPS breadcrumbing, supervisor tools, safety reports, photos, notes, and scheduling.
Premium: A la carte, users can pick one or all features and pay for only what they need. Features include daily project reports, documents, progress tracking, and BusyPayroll service.
ClickTime has three pricing plans, Starter, Team, and Premier, along with an Enterprise option. Customers can get a 14-day free trial before they purchase a plan.
Starter: At US$10/user/month, this plan includes time tracking, reporting, and email reminders.
Team: At $13/user/month, this plan provides Starter features along with time off management, advanced billing rates, and approval workflows.
Premier: At $24/user/month, this plan offers Team features plus utilization goals, project budgets, and resource planning.
As for pricing, ClickUp offers 5 plans: Free Forever, Unlimited, Business, Business Plus, and Enterprise. Both the free and unlimited plans offer native time tracking, while the business up to the enterprise plans offers advanced time tracking features. Pricing plans vary from US$9/user/month to US$29/user/month, depending on the number of users in the team.
Free Forever: The free version is suitable for personal use and includes unlimited tasks, time tracking, real-time chat, and Kanban boards.
Unlimited: Priced at US$5/user/month, the unlimited plan is suitable for smaller groups. It offers everything in the free version plus reporting, ClickUp email, and unlimited storage.
Business: At US$12/user/month, the business plan is recommended for mid-sized groups. Users get everything in the unlimited plan plus advanced time tracking and many more.
Business Plus: US$19/user/month subscription for multiple teams includes all business plan benefits, custom permissions and role creation, priority support, and team-sharing functionalities.
Enterprise: This plan is for big companies, with pricing done through the sales department. Users get everything in the business plus plan plus live onboarding training, unlimited custom roles, single sign-on, enterprise API, and many more.
Clockify has 5 pricing tiers: Free, Basic, Standard, Pro, and Enterprise. Paid plans begin at US$3.99/user/month, and they scale with each tier, as seen below:
Free: With the free plan, you gain access to the standard time tracking and reporting features, as well as unlimited users in the app.
Basic: Being at US$3.99/user/month, the basic plan has a more efficient administration with some additional customization options.
Standard: Designed for small teams and costs US$5.49/user/month. Includes features such as time off, task rates, invoices, and force 2FA.
Pro: Designed for medium-large teams and costs US$7.99/user/month. Includes GPS Tracking, labor cost & profit, data region, and scheduling.
Enterprise: Designed for large teams and costs US$11.99/user/month. It enhances control and security measures. Includes single sign-on (SSO), custom subdomain, control accounts, and audit log.
ClockShark has two pricing plans, Standard and Pro; both plans include one free admin on the base fee. A 50% discount can be availed on both plans if paid for bi-annually.
Standard: For US$16/month, users can access time tracking with scheduling, geofencing, and administrative features designed for small businesses. For $7/month, an additional user can be added.
Pro: For $30/month, users can access all features of the standard package along with PTO, multi-department controls, advanced job costing authorities, and clock-out questions. For $9, an additional user can be added.
Connecteam has three pricing plans, Basic, Advanced, and Expert, and a free version for small companies. The free version offers the most popular features and allows up to 10 users. Users can pay monthly and annually, but they get an advantage of an 18% discount if they pay yearly.
Basic: At US$29/month, with an additional $0.5/user/month for every user after the initial 30 users, this plan offers multiple communications features such as private chats, creating surveys, time tracking with GPS location, and many scheduling functions.
Advanced: At $49/month plus $1.5/user/month for every additional user after 30 users, this plan allows users with all Basic features, schedule templates, advanced settings, and customizations.
Expert: At $99/month, with $3/user/month for more than 30 users, this plan presents users with location management and live GPS tracking, sharing in-app links, and onboarding customization options.
Deputy has four pricing plans: Scheduling, Time & Attendance, Premium, and Enterprise. All plans except for “Scheduling” include Deputy’s time tracking software, starting from US$3.5/user/month and scale as follows:
Scheduling: For US$3.5/user/month, it is designed to communicate with teams. This plan does not include time-tracking software.
Time & Attendance: For $3.5/user/month, it is designed for tracking time and automating calculations.
Premium: For $4.9/user/month, it includes scheduling, tracking, and reporting.
Enterprise: Custom and variable pricing as it is for businesses with 250+ employees.
DeskTime offers its users three different pricing plans, with separate features unlocked, along with a free version with minimum features. All plans also provide the offer of a free trial for a month.
Free: Employers can use the automated time tracker, URL tracker, and mobile app.
Pro: At US$7/user/month, Pro users have access to all free features as well as the project tracker, Pomodoro timer, private time option, and more.
Premium: At $10/user/month, Premium users get the best deal as they have additional features such as shift scheduling and booking, invoicing, software integrations, and much more.
Enterprise: At $20/user/month, the Enterprise plan provides all the features in DeskTime, including personalized onboarding and unlimited projects and data history.
Everhour has 3 pricing plans: Free, Lite, and Team, with their differences stated below:
Free: The free plan includes unlimited time tracking, projects, and reports. It has the ability to export reports and is available on a web and iOS browser extension. It is free for up to 5 users and presents a good choice for freelancers and small teams.
Lite: For US$5/user/month, with two users, the Lite plan adds additional features for added control, like invoicing, API, billable rates, and availability for up to 10 users.
Team: Priced at $8.5/user/month, starting at 5 users. For bigger businesses, the Team plan gives access to all integrations, unlimited users, and additional features like scheduling, expenses, time off, and SSO.
ExakTime offers three pricing plans: Advanced, Premium, and Elite.
Advanced Plan: At a base fee of $9/employee/month and $50/month billed annually, this plan includes time and attendance tracking, GPS tracking, geofencing, meal break tracking, and notifications. This plan also includes unlimited email, phone, and chat support.
Premium Plan: The price for the Premium plan is not listed on the website, as it requires a personalized quote based on the organization’s specific needs. This plan includes all of the features of the Advanced plan, as well as custom alerts and notifications (10/employee/month) and scheduling for shifts and tasks.
Elite Plan: Like the Premium plan, the price for the Elite plan requires a personalized quote based on the organization’s needs. This plan includes all of the features of the Premium plan, as well as additional custom alerts and notifications (50/employee/month) and time off tracking.
All plans come with unlimited email, phone, and chat support, and an ExakTime representative will contact the organization to discuss their needs and configuration before providing a quote.
Harvest offers two pricing plans, Free and Pro. With the Pro plan starting at US$10.8/seat/month, users can track as many projects as they want and get additional features like unlimited invoicing, expense reports, and time off requests, while with the free plan, they can only track one.
Free: This version is limited to one seat and 2 projects.
Pro: For US$10.8/seat/month, the Pro version has unlimited seats and projects.
Homebase offers four pricing plans for their services:
Basic Plan: This plan is free and includes basic scheduling, time tracking, employee management, and point of sale integration. It is suitable for small teams of up to 20 employees.
Essentials Plan: This plan costs US$20/location/month and includes everything in the Basic plan, as well as advanced scheduling, time tracking, and team communication. It is ideal for businesses looking to simplify the process of tracking and managing shifts.
Plus Plan: This plan costs $48/location/month and includes everything in the Essentials plan, plus hiring, PTO and time off controls, and departments and permissions. It is recommended for businesses looking to boost their team’s productivity and improve communication.
All-in-One Plan: This plan costs $80/location/month and includes everything in the Plus plan, as well as employee onboarding, labor cost management, and HR and compliance. It is the most comprehensive plan and is best suited for businesses looking to streamline operations and control labor costs.
It’s worth noting that the prices listed above are subject to change, and some features may not be available in certain locations or for certain types of businesses. Be sure to check with Homebase directly to get the most up-to-date information on their pricing plans.
HourStack has two pricing plans, Personal and Team, which can be paid monthly and annually, though the latter offers a 20-25% discount.
Personal: At US$9/month, for a single workspace member only, this plan provides time tracking, customizable reports, third-party integrations, and all other non-team-related features.
Team: At $12/member/month, for an unlimited number of members in a workspace, this plan contains all Personal features plus extra team-related functions such as team and member management, customizable workspaces, team schedules, and reports.
Hubstaff offers 3 product versions:
- Hubstaff Time, for time tracking and reporting
- Hubstaff Desk, for proof of work, time tracking, and team management
- Hubstaff Field, for GPS location tracking and team management
Hubstaff Time and Hubstaff Desk have the same 4 pricing tiers: Time/Desk Free, Time/Desk Starter, Time/ Desk Pro, and Enterprise. The pricing is as follows (if billed annually):
Time Free: With it being the free version of the product, Time Free offers time tracking, timesheets, limited payments, and limited reports.
Time Starter: At US$5.83/user/month, Time Starter offers more extensive features like management roles, export reports, 24 hours support, and 1 integration.
Time Pro: At US$8.33/user/month, Time Pro offers features like expense tracking, payments & payroll, invoices, and unlimited integrations.
Enterprise: Enterprise offers additional features like VIP Support, higher limits on public API, SSO, and pay by bank debit (ACH). Its price can be reached through the Hubstaff support team.
Desk Free: Like the Time Free plan, Desk Free offers the same time tracking and reporting options with additional activity levels and limited screenshots features.
Desk Starter: At US$5.83/user/month, Desk Starter offers per-user settings, unlimited screenshots, 24-hour support, and full reporting features.
Desk Pro: At US$8.33/user/month, this plan has the same price as the Time Pro plan, with additional features such as app & URL tracking, time off, unlimited integrations, and invoices.
Enterprise: Offering the same additional features as the Hubstaff Time Enterprise version, its price can also be reached through the Hubstaff support team.
Field Pro: At US$10.00/user/month, Field Pro includes time tracking, mobile GPS, invoices, and unlimited integrations.
Desk Field: At US$12.50/user/month, Desk Field contains additional features such as auto discard idle time, app & URL tracking, unlimited screenshots, and activity levels.
Enterprise: Enterprise adds the same additional features as in the other versions, and its pricing can be reached through Hubstaff customer support.
Hubstaff also has additional add-ons like tasks (US$3.00/user/month), data retention (US$2.00/user/month), and insights (US$2.00/user/month). More info about these add-ons can be found on their website.
For users who are billing annually, Hubstaff offers an additional 2 months free of charge.
Insightful has four different pricing plans. Each has a stealth mode, API, optional employee login, manager login, two-factor authentication, and live support.
Employee Monitoring: For US$6.40/user/month, users get up to 30 screenshots per hour, real-time monitoring, activities tracking, time, and attendance tracking with manual time entries, reports, timekeeping, and productivity tracking.
Time Tracking: For $8/user/month, users get all of the employee monitoring features along with project management and time on projects and tasks.
Automatic Time Mapping: For $12/user/month, users get the time tracking package and automated time-tracking, raw data, and on-demand screenshots.
Enterprise: For $14.40/user/month, users get all of the automatic time mapping features with unlimited screenshots and audit logs, a dedicated account manager, SLA, role-based access, and on-premise deployment.
Justworks Hours is an add-on product to the Justworks PEO solution that starts from a Basic plan priced at US$59/user/month. The cost of adding on Justworks Hours is US$8/user/month.
MinuteDock offers four pricing plans: Freelancer, Small Team, Business, and Enterprise. All plans include unlimited clients, projects, invoices, and time tracking. For US$9/month, all plans can add on an extra user.
Freelancer: For US$19/month, it includes one user, email support, client time reports, individual goals, and expense tracking (Beta).
Small Team: For $49/month, it includes five users, email support, client time reports, individual goals, expense tracking (Beta), and team goals.
Business: For $99/month, it includes ten users, email support, client time reports, individual goals, expense tracking (Beta), team goals, and manager support.
Enterprise: Users can contact support to arrange a plan that suits them. Includes all Business plan features with users increased to 25.
My Hours has a free version and a paid version called the Pro version.
Free: The free version provides time tracking, billing, and report generation features, along with being able to add unlimited team members.
Pro: At US$7/user/month and US$6/user/month in the annual plan, My Hours’ Pro contains all the free features as well as client invoices, monthly and task-based budget calculation, and customized downloadable reports.
Paymo has three pricing plans, Starter, Small Office, and Business, along with a free version. Users can pay annually or monthly but will get two months free if they pay on a yearly basis.
Free: Only for a single user, this plan provides time tracking and reports, unlimited invoices, and desktop and mobile apps.
Starter: At US$4.95/user/month, this plan is also for a single user and works well for freelancers. They receive unlimited clients and expenses, integrations, and project templates along with free features.
Small Office: At $9.95/user/month, this plan includes Starter features plus active timers, live reports, and recurring tasks.
Business: At $20.79/user/month, this plan offers all Paymo features, from employee scheduling and leave management to Gantt charts and online assistance.
QuickBooks Time has two pricing plans, Premium and Elite, both of which come with a generous 30-day free trial.
Premium: At a base fee of US$20/month and an additional $8/user/month, this plan includes a shift and break scheduling facility, along with live reports of employees. It also allows integration with QuickBooks. The software is offering a 50% discount for the first 3 months.
Elite: At a base fee of $40/month and an additional $10/user/month, this plan includes geolocation, mileage tracking, and the ability to track the progress of current projects. Available at a discounted price of $20/month for the first three months.
Replicon has a difficult-to-understand pricing plan, but their primary selling points are their suite features, which go as follows:
Project Time Tracking Suite: Starting at US$12/month, it contains time-bill, project-time, expense, and time-off features.
Time & Attendance Product Suite: With a starting price of US$6/month, this suite contains workforce management, time & attendance, global time off, global time and gross pay, and CloudClock features.
Professional Services Automation Suite: Containing Polaris PSA and Polaris PPM, this suite’s pricing starts at US$29/month.
RescueTime has a free version called Lite and a Premium version.
Lite: This free plan includes personalized Focus Time goals, time tracking, and weekly reports.
Premium: At US$12/month, this plan contains Lite features plus calendar and music integration, history reports, and warmups for Focus Sessions. Businesses that choose to pay annually will only be charged US$6.50 per month.
Tick has five monthly plans, each billed according to the number of projects picked by the customers. Users can upgrade at any time, but not during the period of the one-month free trial.
1 Project: This plan is free and allows an unlimited number of people as well as a basecamp integration.
10 Projects: At US$19/month, this plan has the same features as the free plan but with more projects.
30 Projects: At $49/month, this plan includes all the previous features plus recurring projects.
60 Projects: At $79/month, this plan again has all the features mentioned so far, but with 60 projects allowed.
Unlimited Projects: At $149/month, this plan similarly offers all available features and the added advantage of an unlimited number of projects to manage.
All plans further provide reporting and project tracking, desktop timers and apps, as well as unlimited employees, clients, and tasks.
Time Doctor provides three pricing plans, Basic, Standard, and Premium, which can be paid monthly or annually. The annual payment gets users two free months of using the software.
Basic Plan: At a base fee of US$5.9/user/month when billed annually, or $7/user/month when billed monthly, this plan includes unlimited users and groups, team and individual dashboards, unlimited projects and tasks, silent tracking, unlimited screenshots, productivity ratings, activity tracking, and basic reporting.
Standard Plan: At a base fee of $8.4/user/month when billed annually, or $10/user/month when billed monthly, this plan includes all features of the Basic plan, as well as work-life balance metrics and reporting, daily email notifications, 60+ integrations via Chrome and Firefox extensions, payroll, API access, and web and app privacy.
Premium Plan: At a base fee of $16.7/user/month when billed annually, or $20/user/month when billed monthly, this plan includes all features of the Standard plan, along with client login access, an executive dashboard, custom silent tracking times, video screen recording, work schedules, internet connectivity reporting, real-time email notifications, and single sign-on (SSO).
All plans include unlimited support and a 14-day free trial. Time Doctor also offers discounts for nonprofit organizations, educational institutions, and businesses with 50+ employees.
Time Tracker by eBillity
eBillity has three pricing plans: Time Tracker, Time Tracker Premium, and LawBillity. All plans include time-tracking, GPS and geofencing, a time clock kiosk with facial recognition, timesheet approval, employee scheduling, free mobile apps and add-ons, and real-person support.
Time Tracker: For US$7.2/user/month and a $12/month base fee, users get time, attendance & scheduling with free payroll & accounting integrations in addition to the abovementioned features.
Time Tracker Premium: For $12/user/month and a $20/month base fee, users get access to all of the time tracker packages, job costing, project tracking, expense tracking, client invoicing, client invoice portal, and online payments.
LawBillity: For $24/user/month, with no base fee, users get access to the time tracker premium package, realization reports, ABA codes, legal invoicing format, trust accounts, and conflict checker.
TimeCamp offers four pricing plans: Free, Basic, Pro, and Enterprise. Here are the details of each plan:
Free: The free plan is free forever and offers time tracking, unlimited users, unlimited projects and tasks, and desktop and mobile apps. However, it has limited features compared to the paid plans.
Basic: At a base fee of US$7.99/user/month (billed annually), this plan offers additional features such as time rounding, custom reports, management roles, team productivity tracking, XLS reports export, unlimited integrations, and billable time and budgeting.
Pro: At a base fee of $10.99/user/month (billed annually), this plan includes everything in the Basic plan plus additional features such as custom user roles, billing rates, invoicing, timesheet approvals, screenshots, SSO login, and 2-factor authentication.
Enterprise: A customizable plan that includes everything in the Pro plan, plus personalized training, private cloud implementation, and a self-hosted server. The pricing for the Enterprise plan is not publicly disclosed, and you will need to contact their sales team to discuss your specific needs and pricing options.
It’s important to note that TimeCamp also offers monthly billing options for an additional fee.
TimeClock Plus has three pricing plans, and customers have to converse with the TCP team to get a price quote for all of them.
Essentials: This plan includes basic features like time and attendance, reports, and employee management. The mobile app and time clock devices are available as an add-on feature.
Professional: This plan provides all Essentials features along with leave management, employee scheduling, and payroll exports. Add-on features include substitute management and job costing features.
Enterprise: This plan offers all Professional features plus attestation tracking, advanced leave and overtime, and multiple languages on the platform. Add-ons range from advanced scheduling to occurrence management.
Timely offers three pricing plans, Starter, Premium, and Unlimited, along with Unlimited + which is a custom plan. All plans can be paid for monthly or annually, though the annual charge allows up to a 23% discount.
Starter: At US$9/user/month, this plan contains basic features such as automatic time tracking, timesheet generation, and reporting.
Premium: At $16/user/month, this plan provides live project dashboards, budgeting, and syncing data with Timely.
Unlimited: At $22/user/month, this plan offers all features, from employee activity tracking to sending clients live reports.
Unlimited +: This plan is for managing at scale, and users can customize their Timely features according to their organization by talking to the Timely team.
Timesheets.com has 3 pricing tiers: Freelancer, Standard, and Nonprofit, and has no setup fees, base fees, cancellation fees, or long-term contracts. The pricing is as follows:
Freelancer: The plan is free and includes all the basic time tracking and scheduling features.
Standard: The Standard pricing plan is US$5.50/user/month.
Nonprofit: Priced at US$4.40/user/month, this plan is the cheaper alternative to the standard package, but for nonprofit organizations.
Timesheets.com also has a ProPartner Program for added benefits, and its pricing can be analyzed through its support team.
TimeTrack offers two pricing plans: TimeTrack Enterprise and TimeTrack App & TimeTrack Cloud.
TimeTrack Enterprise: The TimeTrack Enterprise plan is designed for teams, businesses, and employees. There are three pricing tiers available:
- Standard: At a base fee of US$5/user/month, paid annually, this plan includes attendance tracking, expense tracking, reporting, user rights, mobile apps, and a web app for simple attendance tracking.
- Premium: At a base fee of $9/user/month, paid annually. this plan includes all the features of the Standard plan, plus project time tracking, project management, workflows, travel expenses, and workforce planning for efficient project execution.
- Gold: At a base fee of $11/user/month, paid annually, this plan includes all the features of the Premium plan, plus project invoicing, appointment scheduling, integration with other systems, and automatic scheduling for quick project billing.
TimeTrack App & TimeTrack Cloud: The TimeTrack App & TimeTrack Cloud plans are designed for freelancers, individuals, and entrepreneurs. There are two pricing tiers available:
- TimeTrack Lite: This plan is free forever but limited to 60 time entries, with advertisements, popups, and limited features.
- TimeTrack Pro: This plan costs a one-time fee of US$4.99 and includes unlimited time entries, no advertisements, no popups, and all features.
- TimeTrack Cloud: This plan costs $4.99 per month or $34.99 per year, with a 14-day free trial. It includes real-time synchronization, maximum data security, and access to the web app.
Timeular has three pricing plans, Personal, Personal Pro, and Teams. Users can pay either monthly or yearly, but choosing an annual plan will get them 2 free months.
Personal: At a base fee of US$9/month, or $7.50/month if billed annually, this plan provides users with tracking on multiple devices, reminders, and insightful reports.
Personal Pro: At $14/month, or $11.70/month if billed annually, this plan offers users all Personal features along with unlimited goals and billable hours tracking.
Teams: At $19/month/seat, or $15.80/month per seat if billed annually, this plan contains all available features, including shared activities and team reporting.
TMetric has 2 main pricing plans, Professional and Business, as well as a free version.
Free: With the Free plan, users gain access to time tracking, reporting, unlimited projects and clients, along with the timer button for 50+ different web apps.
Professional: At US$5/user/month, the plan offers additional features like invoicing, task management, billable rates, and activity levels.
Business: In addition to the Professional plan, the Business plan adds features like screenshot capturing, team dashboard, work schedule, and time sync with Jira and Quickbooks. The pricing for this plan is US$7/user/month.
Toggl Track has four pricing tiers: Free, Starter, Premium, and Enterprise. Paid plans begin at $9/user/month and scale with each tier, as discussed below:
Free: This plan is free for up to 5 users, and includes basic time tracking and reporting.
Starter: Designed for small teams and costs $9/user/month. Includes billable rates, saved reports, and basic project management features.
Premium: Designed for large teams and costs $18/user/month (wow, that’s a LOT for time tracking!) Includes reminders, audits, and advanced project management features.
Enterprise: Pricing varies depending on team size and needs. Allows for a customized experience for multiple teams and priority support.
TrackingTime has 2 pricing plans: Free and Pro. Both plans include the software’s time tracking features, however, some differences will be noted below:
Free: This plan consists of all the product’s time tracking capabilities, and allows collaboration with up to 3 users, as well as basic reporting. Users also get additional task and management features, with the file limit being capped at 100 MB.
Pro: The Pro pricing plan is priced at US$5/user/month and allows unlimited users with additional advanced reporting time management features. It also grants file transfers and storage for up to 10 GB/user.
Business: This Business plan is priced at US$10/user/month when billed annually, and it includes all the features of the Pro plan, as well as additional security and support features. It also offers a 14-day free trial without requiring any credit card information.
Traqq has a free version, called Premium Starter, and a paid version, called Premium Teams. There is also an Enterprise plan, for teams larger than 100 members. Each plan contains all the same features, and users can pay monthly and annually, with a discount of 14% on annual payments.
Premium Starter: This plan can be applied for 3 seats at the most, and is suitable for freelancers. With time tracking to reporting, this plan is suitable for all small teams.
Premium Teams: At US$6/user/month, this plan includes screenshots and screen recording, and works well for teams of 4-100 people.
Enterprise Plan: This plan is for larger teams with over 100 seats, including all premium features. Businesses can request a custom price quote to fit their specific needs.
WebWork tracker has three pricing plans which can be availed at an 18% discounted rate if subscribed annually. All plans have 24/7 support available.
Free: Gives users a 14-day free trial period which may be canceled anytime without the requirement of a credit card. Users can utilize all features but with limited accessibility.
Basic: For US$4.99/user per month, users can get features such as time-tracking, four screenshot modes, attendance, activity level, real-time monitoring, project management, unlimited projects & project viewers, and invoices.
Enterprise: A custom plan made according to the company’s need, has all features, premium support, unlimited consultations, and white labeling.
When I Work
When I Work offers only two pricing plans, Standard and Advanced.
Standard: At US$2.50/user (and $4.00/user after the inclusion of the Time and Attendance and On Demand Pay features), this plan includes Standard scheduling along with time clock and schedule integration, team messaging, and shift notifications.
Advanced: At $6.00/user (and $8.00/user after the inclusion of the Time and Attendance and On Demand Pay features), this plan includes Advanced scheduling and all Standard features, plus dynamic and flexible scheduling, custom shift and attendance reports, and labor sharing.
Wrike has two main pricing plans, Team and Business, along with a Free version and two additional plans, Enterprise and Pinnacle.
Free: This plan contains project management, custom work views, and usage on different devices. Time tracking is not a part of its features. However, this plan has limited functionality and only supports up to 5 users.
Team: At US$9.80/user/month, this plan offers Free features plus personal schedule, dashboards, and productivity tools integration. The time tracker is missing from this plan. This plan supports up to 15 users.
Business: At $24.80/user/month, this plan offers Team features with time tracking, reports and dashboards, and resource management. This plan supports up to 200 users.
Enterprise: Along with Business features, this plan offers admin permissions, user audit reports, and much more. This plan supports an unlimited number of users.
Pinnacle: This plan provides all of Wrike’s features, ranging from budgeting to collaborations.
The pricing for Enterprise and Pinnacle plans vary based on the number of users and the billing frequency (monthly or annually). To get a specific price quote, you can visit Wrike’s pricing page and select the plan and number of users that best fits your needs.