Tick provides businesses with a simple way to monitor their hours. There are many ways to do this, but few are easy. Logging hours with a spreadsheet is far from elegant while some applications provide too much information at once. With Tick, the user can quickly add information and get the details they need to run their business effectively without losing money on time. Tick presents only the bare bones minimum that the user needs to make decisions and stay up to date on their hours. Along with simple informational menus and reports, Tick also provides sleek status bars so the user can see at a glance how much time is used and how much remains.Show more screenshots »
Tick was created by Molehill, a small team dedicated to developing online applications. Molehill introduced Tick in 2010, and has also introduced the internet to Msites and BuzzSprout. The Molehill has been serving clients for over a decade. Molehill focuses on creating elegant applications that are attractive, functional and user friendly.
Many applications are available today that offer some kind of time management service. Some are designed for individual professionals and others are intended for businesses, but all usually include many reports and features that can become confusing to the user. Tick makes it easy for a business to transition to its service by offering a simple user interface and basic tools. Users get what they need without all the fluff.
Tick may be basic, but the site design appears attractively simple. A blue and white color scheme compliments the easy to navigate date tabs and individual entries. Users can access their Tick account quickly, update their hours or gather information then be on there way. There is no clutter to wade through and everything is accessible within a few clicks. By staying simple, Tick also presents a site design that is easy on the eyes as well as the mind.
Tick offers users five membership plans to choose from. The first is a free membership intended for moonlighters. This plan includes one open project, unlimited users and clients, reports, exporting features, RSS project tracking, and desktop widget timers. The Freelancers membership costs just under $10 per month and includes up to three open projects, email tech support and BaseCamp integration. The Small Biz membership runs just under $20 and upgrades to include up to 15 projects. The Med Biz plan cost just under $40 per month and includes up t 35 projects and 256 bit SSL. The Large Biz membership runs about $80 per month and upgrades to unlimited open projects. Each paid membership includes a free 30 day trial.
Tick is a great tool for small, medium and large business owners who want to find an easy way t manage hours on their own. Project time can be monitored so the company loses less money in hours spent over and above project limits.