CloudWork has announced app integrations for Toggl, which help eliminate repetitive manual entry by replicating data from connected business apps into Toggl’s workspace, enabling users to continue to deal with more important tasks.
Christophe Primault, CloudWork CEO, said, “Our new integrations for Toggl aim to help small businesses that want to keep track of one of their most valuable resources – time.”
“Not only do these new integrations allow businesses to gain at-a-glance updates on their time management practices; they also reduce the time spent on manual data entry, error correction and repetition of boring tasks that are better carried out automatically.”
Toggl serves users as an optimized simple-to-use business time-tracking app. Using this, team members can keep record of each task that is accomplished, and allocate time spent to certain projects or to a client’s billable hours.
Consultants, bookkeepers, programmers, designers, lawyers, students, not-for-profits, freelancers, smaller teams and bigger companies can use Toggl to get an overview of time spent.
The latest CloudWork integrations include Add Zendesk tickets to Toggl as projects; Add Zendesk tickets to Toggl as tasks; Add Zendesk clients to Toggl; Create Toggl time entries from Google (News - Alert) Calendar; Track Toggl time entries in Google Calendar; and Add Pivotal Tracker stories to Toggl as projects.
According to Alari Aho, CEO at Toggl, small businesses, freelancers and independent contractors have to improve efficiency gains to outshine their larger competitors. These integrations remove manual entry tasks and enable small business users to integrate Toggl into their daily work processes.
Users can stay focused on billing their time for the quality work they produce, letting CloudWork do the administrative data entry.
CloudWork optimizes data entry processes and automates repetitive tasks for small and medium-sized businesses. Well-tested integrations are designed according to business needs, and new CloudWork users can enhance customer service quality and develop their business.
In December 2012, CloudWork, a service for businesses to automate tasks, notifications and processes in the cloud, launched 10 different integrations, giving Gmail and Google Calendar users the option to sync data with four major cloud apps.
Edited by Braden Becker