7pace Releases Timetracker 5 with new Dashboards for Azure DevOps

MUNICH - Nov. 19, 2019 - PRLog -- Today 7pace Timetracker, with corporate customers having tracked over 40 million hours, announces the release of Timetracker 5 for Azure DevOps. After two years of research and development, the update focusses on analytics and reporting, yet it also offers a huge amount of improvements in the overall user experience.

The 7pace team is excited about the positive feedback it has received so far. "7pace is all about making developers and software teams successful. We are very happy that the new reporting feature not only adds value for the management, but the product also gives great insights to engineers. With 7pace Timetracker, you don't just track time. It's all about learning, improving and knowing where you are," says CEO Marc Schaeffler.

Version 5 updates include a new reporting tab with customizable reports, seven chart types, the new reporting API 3.0, and enhancements such as support of Azure DevOps' dark theme. For the new reporting framework, additional features like canned reports, printing, and a widget gallery are in the works and available short term.

The rollout of 7pace Timetracker 5 has started and is expected to arrive at all customer accounts until end of 2019. Users who don't see the update yet but want to be updated with priority can contact the 7pace support center at https://support.7pace.com.

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