Harvest vs TSheets

Last updated: December 05, 2017

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Harvest
Simple time tracking, fast online invoicing, and powerful reporting software. Simplify employee timesheets and billing. Get started for free. Whether it’s from the web, your smartphone or another application, it’s never been so easy to track time. With a simple, intuitive interface, getting you and your team on board is fast and easy. Harvest’s powerful reporting gives you real-time access to keep your projects on time and on budget.
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TSheets
Free Time Tracker & Employee Timesheet Software. Easily track time on any device to streamline payroll, send accurate invoices, and save thousands each year
Harvest vs TSheets in our news:

2017. Intuit acquired time-tracker TSheets



Intuit, the company behind products like QuickBooks, acquired TSheets, a time-tracking service and employee scheduling app with over 35,000 customers for $340 million. There’s an obvious overlap between the markets for QuickBooks and TSheets, both of which mostly target small to medium businesses. Indeed, Intuit tells us that the companies already share 12,000 customers. Clearly this isn’t a play to acquire new customers, but to build out the QuickBooks ecosystem and it’s worth noting that TSheets already offers an integration with QuickBooks. In talking to Intuit over the last few months, this idea of removing friction is very much at the heart of the company’s current product plans, especially with regard to QuickBooks.