We're currently using Harvest, along with their Forecast product for resource management for about 175 users. Forecast is good enough – easy to use and manage. But while Harvest is easy to use for users it lacks some basic features that we need:
(1) ability to close a timesheet at the end of the month (we have to wait until the next week) and,
(2) an escalation mechanism for when users are naughty.
We then use the API to extract the data into a data lake for reporting purposes, which is key.
Would appreciate hearing about your experiences and recommendations.
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