SaveTrees makes online time sheet system free to charities and not-for-profits
SaveTrees Online Timesheets, a supplier of a timesheet system for recruitment agencies has just announced that it will be giving away its system for free to charities and not-for-profit organisations in a move to both give back and to increase its number of users past 10,000.
In 2013 SaveTrees was launched by friends and now co-founders, James Warrack and Jeremy Clarke. They spend the first five years developing the software, did a soft launch for one year before releasing the now version 2 along with regular updates since late 2019.
During the development years, Jeremy Clarke knew a contact who managed volunteers for a large museum in the South West who identified that the timesheet system would be useful to organisations like his when it came to grant applications as they would be able to say to the minute how much time had been given from volunteers.
Commenting on the move, co-Founder and Director James Warrack said “We’ve always wanted our software to be used by tens of thousands of people and we’ve always wanted to help charities so this is a solid step in the direction of both of these goals.
“It’s great to be in a position where we are able to provide this. It doesn’t cost us much but it means a lot to those who will be using it.
“It’s also a great opportunity to not only provide a great timesheet system for those who are doing good within our communities but it encourages more of our peers to do the same”.
This was posted in Bdaily's Members' News section by SaveTrees Online Timesheets .