Harvest Launches Platform To Let Developers Add Time Tracking Features To Any App

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November 12, 2012 by yamakashi

TechCrunch

Harvest has today implemented a new way to integrate its time tracking product directly into existing project management applications. It’s called the Harvest Platform.

All it takes is 15 minutes to drop a few lines of JavaScript and HTML code into the app.

I caught up with Danny Wen, co-founder of Harvest, who explained that many developers are ready to tackle project management software, as the ability to track performance across freelance projects is a pain-point they encounter themselves in everyday life. But adding time tracking features to those applications can be daunting.

The solution up until now has been that freelancers and small businesses must toggle between project management apps and time tracking apps. And that’s anything but efficient. While developers can take care of the organization and project management, Harvest wants to step in and handle time tracking, reporting, and billing.

As a company that…

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