TimeLog Project

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Auditors IT companies Global organisations Public organisations Engineers Consultants
From time and case management to project management. We cover all your needs and give you the full overview. Read more
Time is money, so free your consultants from the administration burden and increase your invoicing potential. Read more
Get control of your project portfolio and follow your key figures and performance in real time. Read more
Easy time and salary management frees time for important tasks, and management gets the full overview in real time. Read more
Get one point of departure for your data and the sense of closeness despite the distances. Read more
Keep track of complex contracts with minimum administration to get the highest contribution ratio. Read more


  • Find TimeLog in more than 15 countries

    TimeLog Project exist in six different languages:

    • Danish
    • English
    • Swedish
    • Norwegian
    • German
    • Dutch
  • In a former company we increased the revenue with €270,000 by using TimeLog Project to analyse the profitability on all projects. Therefore TimeLog Project is now Carve Consulting's business tool number 1!

    Michael Rasmussen
    Michael Rasmussen
    Partner, Carve Consulting
  • After implementing TimeLog Project, we improved follow up on projects, and we now have less projects exceeding the budgeted time.

    Håkon Gill
    Håkon Gill
    Creative Director and Business Developer, byBrick
  • Previously, we did not finish our invoicing until the 10th each month. Today, with TimeLog Project, we do it the same day.

    Britt Eggert Behrend
    Britt Eggert Behrend
    Business manager, Specialisterne

TimeLogs news and blog

  • Blog

    Published on 18. April 2016

    Are you interrupted constantly?

    Did you know that it takes 20-30 minutes to return to a task after an interruption? The more complex a task is; the more time it takes. Often, we do not return to the task we were interrupted doing, because we are interrupted again by something new. There lies a large time saving potential in taking a closer look at the interruptions.

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