Trackabi

Gamified Time Tracking & Employee Leave Management

5 (5 Reviews)
About Trackabi
Trackabi is a web-based cloud service for time tracking, employee leave management, preparation of time reports, invoice generation, and many other tedious things related to managing a company daily. At Trackabi, we focus on small and medium-sized businesses.

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Trackabi
Gamified Time Tracking & Employee Leave Management
5 (5 Reviews)
Product Demo
Core Features
Project Management Software Features
  • Alerts/Notifications
  • Collaboration
  • Dashboard
  • Expense Tracking
  • Project Tracking
  • Project Planning
  • Reporting and Forecasting
  • Task Management
  • Timesheets
  • Workflow Management
  • Document Management
  • Idea Management
  • Portfolio Management
  • Resource Management
2 Reviews
Client Reviews
Jenny DabonReviewed 10 months ago
Robust and flexible time tracking software
Reviewed 10 months ago by Jenny Dabon
Robust and flexible time tracking software
Trackabi is very simple, straightforward, and easy to use. It helps me track time accurately with ease. One of the features I like best is determining productive time versus leisure time, so I can improve my productivity. Tracking time is not a hassle as it only needs a single click to do so. It pauses when I'm away or when I stop working, and it automatically resumes tracking when I get back. This is helpful so I don't forget to track time and ensure accuracy. It also shows the application activity, timeline entries, and even has a personal leave schedule.
Oleksandr VolikReviewed 11 months ago
Convenient tool for planning and work time tracking
Reviewed 11 months ago by Oleksandr Volik
Convenient tool for planning and work time tracking
Both webapp and Trackabi Timer app provide the ability to easily and quickly track time worked. It's great that Trackabi Timer application automatically tracks my activity and turns off when I leave.
Discussions
We have to admit that business has matured over the years. The time-period for business deliverables is reduced, and users' expectations are met without compromising the quality. The product resonates well with the market demand, and the cost of conducting business is reduced. All these became possible because business owners have adopted concrete development procedures and methods to understand the user' s/client expectations. One of these methods is a Business Requirement Gathering procedure. The requirement gathering is essential, and it is not just applicable to business alone. It can be well understood from the NASA example. NASA lost its $125-million Mars Climate Orbiter when it tried to enter the orbit, just 100 kilometers too close to Mars. It failed because of poor requirements management: it was not determined earlier in the stage whether the 'navigation software' required imperial units or metric units. The attitude-control system was specified using imperial units, but it's navigation software used metric units. What is requirements gathering-traceability? In any business corporation, every new product, every new project, and every new activity in the workplace is created in response to a business need. Any flaws or gaps in understanding the need may hamper the business outcomes, and it could easily deviate business from its primary objective. The method or process of understanding and documenting the business requirements given by clients is known as requirement gathering. Based on these requirements, the product or service is developed. Business analysts and subject experts are responsible for gathering requirements. The requirement gathering is an essential step for any business product or project; mainly, in software development, it is an important step. If requirement gathering and documenting (BRD) are not done correctly, then it could lead to bizarre product development. The requirements must be broken down into sufficient detail so that the project team can estimate the effort for implementation and assure that the requirements are indeed feasible. The requirement traceability ensures each requirement is tied to actual requirements and deliverables. Usually, the project team implements the requirements in order of priority, starting with the most important ones. Requirements must be traceable. It means for any requirement; one must be able to ascertain its source and its realization. Down the line, during software testing, the tester uses the requirement traceability matrix. It requires an entirely separate session to cover that. Benefits of requirement gathering Fewer defects in the final product or deliverables Less rework Faster delivery of the finished product Less unused features Lower cost of development or production Low risk of miscommunication Reduced project chaos Project or product stakeholders satisfaction Satisfaction from consumers and users Products that work well and as per expectations Helps to understand project scope Quick evaluation of potential changes The most significant advantage of requirement gathering is that it lets you focus on features NOT to implement for your business model. How to find out business requirements Identify the key people and collect requirements: Collect requirements from the key people like project's sponsor or stakeholders Categorize Requirements: Once you have gathered the requirements, you need to categorize them. For instance, for software development, you can categorize them into functional or non-functional requirements Record Requirements: Record this document in a standard format so it becomes easy, to review the requirements whenever needed Sign off: Make sure you get the signed agreement of the project's sponsor or stakeholders, saying that the requirements precisely reflect their needs. It ensures that everybody is on the same page. There are also other secondary sources of business requirement gathering, like user interviews, market research & survey, prototyping, questionnaire, and so on.
We have to admit that business has matured over the years. The time-period for business deliverables is reduced, and users' expectations are met without compromising the quality. The product resonates well with the market demand, and the cost of conducting business is reduced. All these became possible because business owners have adopted concrete development procedures and methods to understand the user' s/client expectations. One of these methods is a Business Requirement Gathering procedure. The requirement gathering is essential, and it is not just applicable to business alone. It can be well understood from the NASA example. NASA lost its $125-million Mars Climate Orbiter when it tried to enter the orbit, just 100 kilometers too close to Mars. It failed because of poor requirements management: it was not determined earlier in the stage whether the 'navigation software' required imperial units or metric units. The attitude-control system was specified using imperial units, but it's navigation software used metric units. What is requirements gathering-traceability? In any business corporation, every new product, every new project, and every new activity in the workplace is created in response to a business need. Any flaws or gaps in understanding the need may hamper the business outcomes, and it could easily deviate business from its primary objective. The method or process of understanding and documenting the business requirements given by clients is known as requirement gathering. Based on these requirements, the product or service is developed. Business analysts and subject experts are responsible for gathering requirements. The requirement gathering is an essential step for any business product or project; mainly, in software development, it is an important step. If requirement gathering and documenting (BRD) are not done correctly, then it could lead to bizarre product development. The requirements must be broken down into sufficient detail so that the project team can estimate the effort for implementation and assure that the requirements are indeed feasible. The requirement traceability ensures each requirement is tied to actual requirements and deliverables. Usually, the project team implements the requirements in order of priority, starting with the most important ones. Requirements must be traceable. It means for any requirement; one must be able to ascertain its source and its realization. Down the line, during software testing, the tester uses the requirement traceability matrix. It requires an entirely separate session to cover that. Benefits of requirement gathering Fewer defects in the final product or deliverables Less rework Faster delivery of the finished product Less unused features Lower cost of development or production Low risk of miscommunication Reduced project chaos Project or product stakeholders satisfaction Satisfaction from consumers and users Products that work well and as per expectations Helps to understand project scope Quick evaluation of potential changes The most significant advantage of requirement gathering is that it lets you focus on features NOT to implement for your business model. How to find out business requirements Identify the key people and collect requirements: Collect requirements from the key people like project's sponsor or stakeholders Categorize Requirements: Once you have gathered the requirements, you need to categorize them. For instance, for software development, you can categorize them into functional or non-functional requirements Record Requirements: Record this document in a standard format so it becomes easy, to review the requirements whenever needed Sign off: Make sure you get the signed agreement of the project's sponsor or stakeholders, saying that the requirements precisely reflect their needs. It ensures that everybody is on the same page. There are also other secondary sources of business requirement gathering, like user interviews, market research & survey, prototyping, questionnaire, and so on.

We have to admit that business has matured over the years. The time-period for business deliverables is reduced, and users' expectations are met without compromising the quality. The product resonates well with the market demand, and the cost of conducting business is reduced. All these became possible because business owners have adopted concrete development procedures and methods to understand the user' s/client expectations. One of these methods is a Business Requirement Gathering procedure.

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The requirement gathering is essential, and it is not just applicable to business alone. It can be well understood from the NASA example. NASA lost its $125-million Mars Climate Orbiter when it tried to enter the orbit, just 100 kilometers too close to Mars. It failed because of poor requirements management: it was not determined earlier in the stage whether the 'navigation software' required imperial units or metric units. The attitude-control system was specified using imperial units, but it's navigation software used metric units.

What is requirements gathering-traceability?

In any business corporation, every new product, every new project, and every new activity in the workplace is created in response to a business need. Any flaws or gaps in understanding the need may hamper the business outcomes, and it could easily deviate business from its primary objective. The method or process of understanding and documenting the business requirements given by clients is known as requirement gathering.

Based on these requirements, the product or service is developed. Business analysts and subject experts are responsible for gathering requirements.

The requirement gathering is an essential step for any business product or project; mainly, in software development, it is an important step. If requirement gathering and documenting (BRD) are not done correctly, then it could lead to bizarre product development. The requirements must be broken down into sufficient detail so that the project team can estimate the effort for implementation and assure that the requirements are indeed feasible.

The requirement traceability ensures each requirement is tied to actual requirements and deliverables. Usually, the project team implements the requirements in order of priority, starting with the most important ones.

Requirements must be traceable. It means for any requirement; one must be able to ascertain its source and its realization. Down the line, during software testing, the tester uses the requirement traceability matrix. It requires an entirely separate session to cover that.

Benefits of requirement gathering

  • Fewer defects in the final product or deliverables
  • Less rework
  • Faster delivery of the finished product
  • Less unused features
  • Lower cost of development or production
  • Low risk of miscommunication
  • Reduced project chaos
  • Project or product stakeholders satisfaction
  • Satisfaction from consumers and users
  • Products that work well and as per expectations
  • Helps to understand project scope
  • Quick evaluation of potential changes

The most significant advantage of requirement gathering is that it lets you focus on features NOT to implement for your business model.

How to find out business requirements

  • Identify the key people and collect requirements: Collect requirements from the key people like project's sponsor or stakeholders
  • Categorize Requirements: Once you have gathered the requirements, you need to categorize them. For instance, for software development, you can categorize them into functional or non-functional requirements
  • Record Requirements: Record this document in a standard format so it becomes easy, to review the requirements whenever needed
  • Sign off: Make sure you get the signed agreement of the project's sponsor or stakeholders, saying that the requirements precisely reflect their needs. It ensures that everybody is on the same page.

There are also other secondary sources of business requirement gathering, like user interviews, market research & survey, prototyping, questionnaire, and so on.

Key Details
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30 Days

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$16/Year

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