For many, the rise of automation signals mass redundancy, social inequality and an end to purposeful work. But this is only one potential future – and a simplistic one at that. Here’s what an automated future might mean for employees and businesses, from short-term adjustments to life beyond work.
The majority of time tracking apps on the market still depend on heavy manual input. But companies who value accuracy and efficiency are increasingly recognizing that the best time tracking apps are automatic. Here’s how automatic time tracking apps work and why they’re a cut above the rest.
Digital transformation in a word is “software”. But tooling up can introduce a ton of low-value tasks into your workflows. It’s exactly why more companies are embracing digital process automation to stay agile. Here’s what you know to know about digital process automation and how to go about it.
Time tracking is mainly seen as a tool for billing clients. But modern tracking tools provide insights that go far beyond this, from unconscious behaviors and productivity, to employee performance and profitability. For those new to the territory, here’s what you can do with automatic time tracking.
Few technologies have captured our imagination like artificial intelligence. Yet from unattainably futuristic, AI has fast become an everyday technology. But how did we get here? How can we understand the normalization of AI? And what does it mean for businesses looking to harness the power of AI?
Enterprise use of AI alone has grown over 270% in the past four years, with one of the biggest draws relating to its huge potential to increase employee productivity. But how exactly does AI create these productive gains? And what should businesses be mindful of in order to enjoy their full effect?
As a lawyer, robust time tracking is essential. But traditional manual methods introduce huge inaccuracies and stop you being fully present in your work. It’s exactly why we developed Timely – the first time tracking tool to capture all the time lawyers spend across cases and clients automatically.
We’re constantly told to adopt AI or perish; but when it comes to implementation, advice is rather lacking. Is it better to introduce AI in one go or choose a slower integration? As an AI-led company, we know adopting AI doesn’t have to be overwhelming. Here’s the simple and flexible route to automation.
The majority of employee timesheet apps on the market still depend on heavy manual input. But companies prioritizing accuracy and usability are increasingly realizing that the best tools for the job are automatic. Here’s how automatic employee timesheet apps work and why they’re different.
Artificial Intelligence offers small businesses huge opportunity to improve efficiency and profitability – but price can be a big barrier to entry. New out-the-box AI tools can offer a quick and simple route to automation. Here’s how to apply AI without the steep price tag of traditional approaches.
Following a new EU ruling, all EU companies must now track employee working hours. But a quick Google reveals time tracking software is a bit of a minefield. This article provides an overview of the main types of time tracking tools on the market, and what to consider when making your decision.
AI continues to redefine the modern workplace, making work more efficient, focused and enjoyable. It’s no longer the tool of a privileged few, being more affordable and accessible than ever before. So if you’re keen to keep pace, here are five immediate ways that AI can supercharge your workplace.
Automating the unproductive parts of your work is the easiest way to improve your productive potential. And it doesn’t have to be expensive or overwhelming. We explore how to go about it, what kind of tasks you should automate, and the best out-the-box AI tools for automating everyday time wasters.
Hyper-connectivity has created a culture of instant availability and passive interaction. To ensure our relationship with tech stays healthy, we need to be more mindful and intentional about how we use it. In the age of perpetual distraction, here are 21 simple ways to improve your digital health.
AI is hyped as the new game-changer for business; that we should immediately adopt it or face redundancy. But deciding when and where to adopt AI requires deeper thought and planning. Here’s what you need to seriously consider to work out the right time to adopt AI and the form it should take.
For all its benefits, AI is riddled with latent ethical issues. Unlike the “unintelligent” technology that preceded it, AI comes with a unique set of risks, whose magnitude we still haven’t fully gauged. So what ethical issues are holding AI back? And what can those building AI do to solve them?
The “easiness” of AI is its biggest challenge. For many, being handed shortcuts and predictions goes against our individual decision-making responsibility. Caught between a desire for simplicity and a need for control, the advance of AI raises a pressing question: will algorithms make us passive?
In the startup business, time is the one variable you have complete control over and using it well is a basic matter of survival. But you don’t want to waste valuable time and effort tracking where it all goes. It’s exactly why we designed Timely – the first time tracking tool that automatically tracks how your startup actually spends its time in the background while you work.
AI is often sold to businesses for its huge potential to increase efficiency, lower costs, and enable smarter decisions. But the human impact of adopting AI often goes overlooked. Here’s what employees stand to gain from AI and why adoption represents a robust investment in your own company culture.
Discrimination, opaque logic and dystopian narratives make us approach AI with skepticism. But without addressing our trust issues, we are limiting the true potential of humanity’s most promising technology. Here are some of the main reasons we mistrust AI and what we need to do to overcome them.
In the constant quest to become more productive, we often hold ourselves back. Whether it’s trying to get more done by multitasking or prioritizing small tasks, tons of our daily work habits limit our productive potential. Here are 9 things that killing your productivity and how you can avoid them.
Whether you’re an independent contractor or work with an agency, your profitability depends on effective time management. But achieving that shouldn’t come at the cost of your own productivity. It’s exactly why we designed Timely – the first fully automatic time tracking tool for contractors.
Automation, new work models and values-driven consumption are challenging how businesses organize and operate. We’re increasingly losing patience with rigid control and bloated process, and expect organizations to match our priorities. Here’s what the future organization looks like.
While the four-day work week and four-hour work day can strike us as a rather bold, exotic idea, for many companies they are already a reality. But is it really possible to do the same amount of work in a significantly reduced time? And if so, does having less time actually make you more productive?
As an accountant, good bookkeeping is par for the course. But you don’t want to waste any billable time doing your own. It’s precisely why we developed Timely – the first time tracking tool to automatically capture all the time you spend across multiple projects and clients for you while you work.
Erratic and unpredictable – creativity captures what it means to be human. So the idea of “creative AI” is naturally troubling. But, prejudices aside, might machine creativity offer more good than bad? The future of AI and creativity is already taking shape, and there’s a lot to be excited about.
Whether they’re boring, time-consuming or stressful, some tasks will always be hard to start. But usually, we can’t put them off forever. Understanding our reluctance and the different forms of motivation at play are a good place to start. Here’s exactly how to do a task you don’t want to do.
Time tracking provides essential structure and visibility. But that doesn’t stop it from being the bane of employees’ lives. It’s exactly why we designed Timely – the first time tracking tool to automatically track and log hours while employees work. Everyone can focus on what they were hired to do.
As AI adoption grows apace, so too does AI fearmongering. But beyond all unsettling theories surrounding the powerful and unpredictable technology, the biggest issue with AI is one we’ve created ourselves. We take an in-depth look at AI’s biggest challenge for the future: overcoming human bias.
Do you ever feel like your day just evaporates? While technology is usually a large part of the problem, it can also provide the solution. From virtual assistants to automatic timesheets to self-policing activity trackers, here are seven of the best time saving apps for busy professionals.
Want to become more productive? You don’t have to struggle alone. From measuring productivity and setting realistic goals, to removing obstacles and showing us where to improve, technology has our back. To help you cut through the noise, here are some of the best productivity apps available in 2019.
Time tracking is an essential practice for every architect, but few actually have the spare time and cognitive energy to do it accurately. It’s precisely why we developed Timely – the first time tracking tool to automatically capture all the time you spend across multiple projects while you work.
While more of us increasingly work remotely or offsite, mobile work isn’t always plain sailing; unreliable Wi-Fi, heavy design and slow load times can kill efficiency. Thankfully, there a ton of brilliant native iPhone apps that keep it simple. Here are six of the essential business apps for iPhone.
Our relationship with AI has always been complex; we love it, we fear it, we’re fascinated, but we know nothing about it. As AI quickly moves from science-fiction to science-fact, we explore how the move towards “everyday AI” is redefining our response to the technology, in spite of new unknowns.
While we all have a hunch that admin hold holds us back, the degree to which tasks like accounting, expensing and time tracking limit our work productivity is staggering. With excessive bureaucratic processes swallowing up to 25% of a company’s productive power, it’s time to take back control.
AI is becoming an increasingly normal feature of the workplace, with thousands of professionals integrating AI apps into their workflows to automate and simplify tasks. We explore how AI increases workplace productivity and the essential AI apps every professional should have.
Every company can benefit from employee time tracking. But as our tools turn digital, manual time clocks aren’t up to the job. We explore how time clocks work against employers, how modern time clock apps repeat their mistakes, and how automatic time tracking apps solve the problem.
Time tracking is a necessary evil for every company. But as more of our work turns digital, we can't rely on analogue tools alone to accurately capture our essential business records. A cheaper, efficient alternative to manual time tracking does exist – and it could mean never creating another timesheet again.
Automation has become a tech buzzword. Tons of companies build automated features into their apps without delivering real substance. To cut through the noise, we’ve put together a few thoughts on what valuable automation actually looks like, from increasing efficiency to protecting your own sanity.
Work timers are one of the worst time tracking tools going, yet tons of professionals still use them to track tasks and billable hours. We trace the industrial origins of work timers to uncover their biggest limitations, and explore the most accurate alternative available.
Automatic time tracking redefines the way entire businesses value and bill for their time. We break down what automatic time tracking actually is and discuss the benefits of automatic time tracking for managers, employees and business leaders alike.
AI news tends to focus on blockbuster headlines and sells a very misleading view of AI’s future. We take a deeper look at the current state of AI research to appreciate the overlooked small AI advances taking place around the world, and underline the importance of grass roots AI.