No. minware's patent-pending time model automatically figures out what people were working on based on their ticket and version control activity to provide hour-level accuracy with no manual effort.
None. Unlike some tools, minware will use whatever issue types, statuses, and custom fields you already have, no Jira changes required! The only thing you have to do for cost capitalization reporting is specify which fields or labels indicate capitalizable work.
Unlike less accurate cost reporting tools, minware allocates 5 work days per week based on each individual's regular schedule, which automatically accounts for different time zones and off-hours work.
minware uses a combination of commit data, which may have tickets in branch names or pull request descriptions, as well as ticket assignment and status transition information to accurately attribute each hour to the right ticket.
Yes, the cost capitaliztion spreadsheet export includes a sheet of detailed information how much time each person worked on each ticket each month to provide all the information needed for financial auditing in a standalone file.
We have conducted competitive apples-to-apples comparisons with other automated cost capitalization reporting systems. minware's total capitalizable time is similar, and in some cases is slightly higher.
However, only minware provides a step-by-step scorecard to help teams improve their processes and increase capitalizable time.