Yearly Archives: 2006

Simple Revenue Calculations if you bill hourly

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Last week I was doing a training for a new Intervals customer and I shared a quick “revenue calculator” spreadsheet with them. They found it extremely valuable for doing quick “what if” revenue forecasting so I decided to share it here on our blog. It doesn’t include costs or break-even, it’s just straight revenue predictions. […]

Year End Traditions with Intervals

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When we first built Intervals we desperately needed a better way of getting organized, managing our work, and tracking our time. As Intervals evolved we realized that there was a lot more value created by tracking time and completing tasks. Yes, it helped us get organized, but it also provided us a wealth of information […]

AJAXified Emails

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When sending email from within Intervals (email this page, update a task, email a report, etc.) it will pre-fill the email address if it recognizes what you are typing. It’s a minor change, but it definitely helps with efficiency because you don’t have to go lookup the person’s email address…you just need to know a little […]

The power of “Modules”

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“Modules” take a little getting used to when you are new to Intervals, but after creating a few projects it makes sense.  Reporting really takes off once meaningful modules are created.  Modules in Intervals are a generic way of saying a “feature” or “phase of a project”.  Since we are a Web Development company our […]

Document Support

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We started architecting document support and we are excited about where it is going. We are layering in the new database tables, data access objects, models, and actions. This next feature is really going to tie the app together. Some of the things you can expect to see when we launch document support: Basic document […]