We have a client that must track not only every change that is made on their site, but also when those changes are pushed live. Considering that we work on the site, one of their internal developers, and an SEO company, this can be quite the challenge. Fortunately for us we already use source code control (subversion) so we know what changed on the site and when, but not necessarily when that change went live. You add Intervals to the mix and you have a record of:
– when the change was requested
– an exact history of the task (who worked on it when and what they did)
– the hours spent doing the work
– a record of when the changes were promoted live
We didn’t plan on compliance when we first developed Intervals, but it works out great.